Fondy Farmers' Market


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Aniese Clay runs a one-woman business cooking and baking using her mother’s recipes, and she hopes to open a brick-and-mortar location. Read more


On June 16, there will be a “Community Cleanup and Cookin’ Up Arthaus” event that begins with a neighborhood cleanup, followed by a program outside the Arthaus featuring live music and poetry and a barbecue. Read more

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Cooking and baking were always part of Linda Burrell’s life. That passion led her to form Cakes by Linda Kay in 2011, a small business that creates specialty cakes for any occasion, and cookies, cobbler, pie, cupcakes and more. Read more


Inspired by a recurring dream that she was running through a bountiful garden, surrounded by fruits and vegetables, Karen Long founded Garden of Eden Kingdom Living, a business offering handmade juices, along with all-natural dressings, coo... Read more


Since 2006, In-Site has organized and curated temporary public art projects. This spring marks a major step for the organization: a 20-block project featuring nine lead artists, eight installations, dozens of volunteers Read more

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Attracting an estimated 2,500 to 3,000 visitors each week and selling approximately $600,000 worth of locally grown produce every season, Fondy Food Center’s Fondy Farmers Market (2200 W. Fond Du Lac Ave.) continues Read more

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Nice to see that Notorious is opening up the predictable wounds. No, not east/west tensions, but rather the long-simmering cat fight between Biggie's wife, Faith Evans, and his protégé/mistress, Lil' Kim. Kim is ticked because the actress who.. Read more

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Thedoors may be closed for the season, but the ovens at Amaranth Bakery& Cafe certainly won’t be growing cold this summer. OwnersStephanie Shipley and David Boucher are selling a large selection oftheir baked goods at two local farmers’ markets: ... Read more

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Summer in Wisconsin announces itself with warmer weather, longer days and the return of farmers’ markets. Shorts and sandals are pulled out of winter storage so that customers can stroll, pale legs and all, through outdoor aisles of fresh and loc... Read more

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