Everyone’s — well, almost everyone’s—favorite Easter candy was celebrated Saturday at the Southwest Library’s fourth annual Peep-O-Rama show featuring Peeps-centric dioramas.
This year’s contest featured 14 Peeps-tastic, book-based scenes, with five entries in the teen category and six entries in the family category. Voters also picked the winner of the new Battle Peeps category where entrants built scenes on-site Friday using the library’s art supplies.
Slowly place your hands behind your back.
These words, if coming from local law enforcement, typically follow a one-way trip to the Kenosha County Jail. Whether it’s your first time or 100th time being arrested, wearing handcuffs in the back of a squad car can be frightening and horribly uncomfortable.
Chuck Aiello Jr. had just gotten out of the Army.
After serving during the Korean Conflict, he wanted to develop a career for himself. His father was a barber, but the younger Aiello didn’t want to follow in his father’s career foot steps. Armed with his G.I. Bill educational benefits he chose to become a florist.