Support Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC)-owned businesses across the state while taking in the ambiance of Wisconsin locales.
Baraboo saw the birth of the Ringling Brothers Circus in 1884 and, today, the city — which is about 13 miles south of Wisconsin Dells — is home to the Circus World Museum. But now something more is brewing.
Good Day Shop in Madison is a minimalist, Scandinavian-chic space with home goods, jewelry, apothecary items, artwork and more.
The small town of West Bend, 40 minutes north of Milwaukee — named for being on the Milwaukee River’s westward bend — is quickly becoming an artsy hub.
Every three years, MMoCA’s curatorial staff spend weeks visiting artists across the state, choosing 30 to represent contemporary Wisconsin art.
Those looking for a more creative place to rest their head need look no further than two Wisconsin boutique hotels – Hotel Indigo and Saint Kate Arts Hotel.
Eau Claire’s Red’s Mercantile is the modern-day version of the old-timey general store concept, with a bit of everything: clothes, shoes, household décor items and bath and body products.
Want to remember your trip to Wisconsin or show a little love to your home state? There’s no shortage…
The maker movement isn’t going away anytime soon, and The Local owner Alison Magnuson is doing her part to make sure it’s firmly represented in downtown Wausau.