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Pediatric or children dentist in plainfield,Shorewood ,Lockport

 The Loose Tooth and Plainfield Pediatric Dentistry in need for everyone for their healthy tooth.Loose teeth in children and adult can be signs of significant dental health appearance that you need to get checked out  instantly with a dental professional. 48 more words

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(RENTED) Spacious Shorewood Upper Duplex $1250

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This over sized two bedroom plus den duplex in Shorewood is the one you will want to call home. Being a short block to all of shore woods shopping and dining will occupy all of your down time. 79 more words

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B is for Benji's

Benji’s Deli and Restaurant, established in 1963, is an old-timey, Jewish deli, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner all day, every day. They’re known for their corned beef, Reubens, Hoppel Poppel (scrambled eggs with potatoes and fried salami), homemade soups, and desserts. 755 more words

1935 bomb terror started in Shorewood

At 7:23 p.m. on Oct. 26, 1935, 2-year-old William Shea was asleep in his crib when a tremendous explosion blew in his bedroom window and peppered his blanket with needle-sharp glass shards. 927 more words

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Estabrook dam: interesting past, uncertain future

After years of debate, Milwaukee County is moving closer to a decision concerning its 1937 dam across the Milwaukee River at Estabrook Park and, no matter the outcome, at least some river users are bound to be disappointed. 938 more words

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Minnesota Contractor 3D Prints Concrete "Backyard Castle"

Shorewood Man Builds Concrete Castle With Homemade 3D Printer

 

 

 

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” You’ve heard the saying that a man’s home is his castle. In Shorewood, there’s one man who has taken that to the extreme.

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Minnesota Man Builds Concrete Castle With Homemade 3D Printer

You’ve heard the saying that a man’s home is his castle.

In Shorewood, there’s one man who has taken that to the extreme.

When Andrey Rudenko couldn’t find a tree large enough to construct a fort, he took to building a 3D printer. 105 more words

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