Chelsey Lewis, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Chelsey Lewis

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Milwaukee, WI, United States

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Recent:
  • Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Past:
  • USA TODAY
  • The Des Moines Register
  • SheboyganPress Media
  • Oshkosh Northwestern
  • Post-Crescent Media
  • Daily Tribune Media

Recent articles by Chelsey:

Ice Castles are returning to downtown Lake Geneva this winter

The castles will once again be built at Geneva National on the north shore of Lake Como. → Read More

New Pabst Mansion tours include happy hour with a PBR, kid-friendly tour, Father Christmas

The historic mansion hopes to reintroduce itself to Milwaukee using gemütlichkeit as their guide. → Read More

Christmas at the Pabst Mansion returns with new features including Father Christmas, Glühwein

The historic mansion will be decked out in its usual holiday finest and welcome visitors in the spirit of gemütlichkeit. → Read More

Bond, Agate and O Kun de Kun Falls make for a picturesque day trip in the U.P.

The three falls are within 10 miles of each other and are easily visited in a day. → Read More

Central Waters' Milwaukee brewery is set to open with new look and new beers

The second location of the Amherst brewery will open in the old Captain Pabst Pilot House in the Pabst Brewing Complex. → Read More

Noel, a new indoor Christmas light display and market, coming to Wisconsin State Fair Expo Center

The display will feature more than 1 million lights, a market and live entertainment all indoors. → Read More

5 Wisconsin hotels voted among best in the U.S. by readers of Conde Nast Traveler in 2021

Three Milwaukee hotels were among the winners that were determined by readers of the travel magazine. → Read More

5 Wisconsin hotels voted among best in the U.S. by readers of Conde Nast Traveler in 2021

Three Milwaukee hotels were among the winners that were determined by readers of the travel magazine. → Read More

Rustic roads worth a detour in every region of Wisconsin

These rustic roads offer views of unique natural and historical spots around the state, from fall colors to a covered bridge. → Read More

3 Wisconsin resorts, 1 tour company make Travel + Leisure's 2021 World's Best lists

The American Club in Kohler was ranked among the best in the Midwest for the third year in a row. → Read More

6 autumn adventures in Wisconsin, from zip lining to mountain biking

Enjoy the crisp fall air before winter arrives with these outdoor activities around the state. → Read More

Getting to Summerfest 2021: Parking, shuttles, the Hop and more

If you're driving to the Big Gig this year, give yourself extra time to get there. → Read More

September is prime time to visit Gays Mills, the Apple Capital of Wisconsin

More than half a dozen orchards dot a ridge outside the small town in Wisconsin's Driftless Region. → Read More

When fall colors could peak in Wisconsin in 2021

Dry, hot summer weather could affect when the leaves turn and how bright the colors are. → Read More

Wildfires prompt closures in Boundary Waters and Isle Royale

Lingering drought conditions have fueled fires in two popular outdoor recreation destinations. → Read More

12 Wisconsin prairie plants and flowers to look for in summer and fall

From prairie smoke to goldenrod, Wisconsin's prairies are filled with colorful plants throughout the growing season. → Read More

Wisconsin's prairies shine in late summer, from Lapham Peak to the UW Arboretum

It's not too late to see wildflowers in bloom from Lapham Peak to the UW Arboretum. → Read More

The Michael Phelps of deer: 12-point buck spotted swimming miles between Apostle Islands in Lake Superior

While it's not common to see deer swimming between the islands, it's not unheard of. → Read More

Ice Age Trail challenge to hike 41 miles in October is back

The challenge comes at one of the best times for hiking in Wisconsin, with changing leaves, cooler temperatures and fewer bugs. → Read More

A magazine staff built a vacation home in Wisconsin this summer. Here’s what they learned.

From dealing with weather and local regulations to improvising natural landscaping, the Getaway provided lessons in building in northern Wisconsin. → Read More