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As part of the I-94 North-South Freeway Reconstruction Project, the Wisconsin Department of Transportation is closing all lanes on I-94 WEST (Northbound) lanes from 27th Street (Racine/Milwaukee County line) to College Avenue, and I-94 EAST (Southbound) from Rawson Avenue to Drexel Avenue for 36 hours starting at 9 p.m. on Friday, May 17, 2013 to 9 a.m. on Sunday, May 19, 2013.
This 5-reel, 20-line 2¢ video slot machine puts on a high-energy performance you won’t wanna miss! It was made for slot players who love to be immersed in the game, and features all the sights and sounds of a real KISS concert, complete with the classic songs you can’t help but sing along to.
By Denise Welnak
Mom. There’s no lady quite like her; the one who brought you into this world. She knows just how to make you feel better when you’re sick or feeling down, she can instantly invoke fear by shouting your full name—middle and all!—at the top of her lungs, and she makes the best darn chicken soup on this planet.
You owe her, on so many levels. So a special day of fun and entertainment is definitely in order. We’ve got a few ideas that might just make Mom’s Day this year!
While Cinco De Mayo (May 5) historically commemorates the Battle of Puebla and the Mexican Army’s triumph over the French, it is often confused for Mexican Independence Day (September 16).
Through the years, Cinco de Mayo became a celebration of Mexican culture and heritage to Mexican-Americans in the U.S. Currently, Cinco De Mayo is observed by Mexicans and other ethnicities around the U.S., enjoying the culture, music and food of the land to our south.
by Mario R. Martin
America’s Oldest Continuously Run Horse Race
In 1875, roughly 10,000 onlookers witnessed the very first Kentucky Derby®. Steeped in tradition, the Derby is the country’s oldest continuously run horse race. But historically, horseracing dates back even further to the original Olympic Games held in 648 BC, proving mankind’s desire to witness the style and grace of thoroughbreds.