December can be a blur with all the holidays, vacations and running around that happens at the end of each year. Now that all of that is behind us, here's some stories you might have missed in the last month. Some of most read stories on Delmarvanow.com: from the last 30 days: •Berlin man who died after crash was featured on 'Wicked Tuna,' known for helping others • Four Chincoteague ponies euthanized after months-long battle with swamp cancer • Thriller movie to be filmed in Ocean City, looking for extras • Jimmy's Grille in Rehoboth to close at end of year, become part of Outlet Liquors • 'This PC attitude has gotten ridiculous.' Church told to remove Nativity in Rehoboth • Delaware athlete who lost family in fire returns to court with new passion • Dumser's dispute: Appeals court rules against Ocean City • Fenwick Island motel has fun writing its own obituary • Salisbury's Sears location to … [Read more...] about A Look back at our top stories from December, ranked by what our readers read the most.
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Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Photos: At Home With Gene Berube and Matthew Neu Fullscreen Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Buy Photo Gene Berube (left) and his partner, Matthew Neu, stand on the porch of their east side Milwaukee Victorian home. Mike De Sisti / Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Buy Photo Fullscreen Buy Photo Decorative brick and stone work can be seen on the outside of the home. Mike De Sisti / Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Buy Photo Fullscreen Buy Photo A decorative steel plate covering gives this fireplace in the parlor special charm. Mike De Sisti / Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Buy Photo Fullscreen Buy Photo A framed ink drawing, a copy of part of a famous mural by Leonardo da Vinci, is one of owner Gene Berube's favorite pieces. Mike De Sisti / Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Buy Photo Fullscreen Buy Photo A plaster frieze from the bar of an old Milwaukee hotel is displayed in … [Read more...] about Restored east side Victorian filled with a mix of antique and modern
Imagine the sorrow of losing a prized tree only to have it live again as hand-crafted furniture or a striking fireplace mantel inside your home. Talk about the ultimate in green decorating. That’s just what happened with Susan Kizaric, who recently built a new home in Greenfield. “I just don’t like the idea of trees turned into pulp,” she said. “Why not make it into something beautiful?” Unfortunately for Kizaric, a mature cherry and mammoth white oak tree were growing smack dab where her house was to go. They, along with three ash trees infected with the emerald ash borer, had to be removed. There was no getting around it. Determined to give the unpleasant situation a happy ending, Kizaric decided to turn the downed trees into stunning statement pieces for the inside of her new home. After an online search for ideas, Kizaric visited the Urban Wood Lab that opened earlier this year at 1813 S. 73rd St. in West Allis. She liked what she saw. The store … [Read more...] about From tree to table: Urban wood recovery makes for ‘homegrown’ decorating
Where are the best places to eat in Louisville? We're here to help you answer that age-old question. We looked back at all of the Louisville area spots our restaurant critic, Lindsey McClave, has reviewed so far in 2018 to pull out the "best of the best" in dining options around the city. With cuisines ranging from Korean or Caribbean to Mediterranean and pizza, here are her reason why these are the highest-rated restaurants so far in 2018. Atlantic No. 5 605 W Main St., 502-883-3398; Star rating: 3 out of 4 stars. Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn A look inside Atlantic No. 5 in downtown Louisville Fullscreen Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Buy Photo Atlantic No. 5 in downtown Louisville on West Main Street. April 18, 2018 Alton Strupp/Louisville Courier Journal Buy Photo Fullscreen Buy Photo Outside at Atlantic No. 5 in downtown Louisville on West Main Street. April 18, … [Read more...] about Try one of these top 20+ best-reviewed Louisville restaurants of 2018
From Mount Olive to Mountain Lakes, Morris County has it all when it comes to dining – the region is known for its fine dining eateries featuring pre-fixe menus with exotic dishes to hometown pub hangouts with some of the best pizza and burgers to be found. When it comes to determining the top eateries, the answers are simple – these restaurants always have full parking lots and patrons with full stomachs. Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Top 10 Morris restaurants in photos Fullscreen Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Cheese and charcuterie from Jockey Hollow. ~Courtesy of Jockey Hollow Bar & Kitchen Fullscreen Buy Photo The historic Vail Mansion home built from 1916 to 1918 by telecommunications giant Theodore Vail, now home of the upscale Jockey Hollow Bar & Kitchen. Bob Karp/Staff Photographer Buy Photo Fullscreen Jockey Hollow Bar & Kitchen offers a four-course prix fixe New … [Read more...] about New Jersey Eats: Top 10 Morris restaurants