There are only a few days left in 2019, and a lot of people are looking to the future. Every year, we make resolutions that benefit us personally, and usually, we don't keep them. Rather than making yet another promise to ourselves to eat healthier or be better about saving money, why not make a resolution that not only helps you, but your community too? Here are five easy goals you can set for yourself in 2020 to help you and your city. 1. Shop Local We'll start with the mos
I love snacks. I am notorious for ordering appetizers as my meal at restaurants or eating nothing but snack food for a day. Snack foods give you the opportunity to try a little bit of everything and don't restrict you to one flavor profile for a whole meal.
Luckily, our office is surrounded by snack options! For this month's #RediscoverWestAllisDowntown blog, I have decided to rediscover some of my favorite snack foods in West Allis Downtown and let you in on my favorite s
#RediscoverWestAllisDowntown As promised in last month's blog, now until the end of the year, I will be enjoying new experiences here in West Allis Downtown and sharing those experiences with you! For my first Rediscover West Allis Downtown blog, I decided to take in some public art that was recently installed on Greenfield Avenue, our Art Bench Trail. HISTORY OF THE WEST ALLIS DOWNTOWN ART BENCH TRAIL Now the Art Bench Project was taken on by our Design Committee as a way to
Have you ever played tourist in your own city? Maybe you’ve driven past a businesses a hundred ties and said “I should really try that place”? Well now’s your chance! This past March, I attended the annual Wisconsin Governor’s Conference on Tourism (WIGCOT), and the Secretary of Tourism Sara Meaney has issued a challenge. The challenge was to travel somewhere in Wisconsin you have never been before and explore that destination with the curiosity of a new visitor. Once we have