How has running changed your life?
I have decided to introduce a new feature to my blog. I am going to write a series of stories about local Cudahy runners and how running has changed their life. If you would like to participate in this series, e-mail me with your story of how running had changed or improved your life.
According to an article in the Saturday, Feb. 7th, Business section of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Transit Television Network LLC has filed for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy and plans to liquidate its assets. (The article also references an article in the Wall Street Journal).
If you use the Milwaukee County Transit System you are familiar with this company. For those who do not use the bus, this company operates the TV's that are installed on almost every County bus.
Wheel and Sprocket will be holding their annual bike expo April 2nd through April 5th. This is a great opportunity to get a great deal on some awesome bikes. I bought my Giant there a few years ago and have had nothing but good luck with it. Additionally, you can receive a $5 discount if you sign up for the 2009 Miller Lite Ride for the Arts at the Bike Expo. You can also get the discount by registering online before March 1st.
The Garlic Mustard Pickers have announced their performance schedule for March 2009. All of these are smoke-free:
Saturday, March 14th
5133 S. Lake Drive, Cudahy
Reservations are recommended: 414-747-9800
Band performs from 6:30 to 9:30 pm
Sunday, March 15th
The 5th annual "Pullin' O' the Green" Party
Grant Park Golf Course Clubhouse
100 Hawthorne Ave, South Milwaukee
Band plays from 5:30 to 7:30 pm
This event is the primary fundraiser for Friends of Grant Park. Admission is $10 for adults, $3 for kids.
The party features a new menu.
Tuesday, March 17th (St. Pat's Day)
Carlton Grange Pub
3807 S. Packard Avenue, St. Francis (just north of Howard Ave)