Door County Living Winter 2020/2021

In this issue

  • Interior Life: Inspirations for reimagining your space

    photography by Bailey Koepsel It took a pandemic for many of us to look around and see our living spaces with fresh eyes: that wall we always wanted to paint, those shelves we wanted to install, that piece of furniture we always wanted to refinish. Maybe we pushed the couch here and plunked a desk […]

  • Bonnie Spielman

    After hearing her name countless times, seeing her face in plenty of photos and reading about her prowess as a bartender, it was a relief to finally get Bonnie Spielman on the phone. A busy Labor Day weekend had just passed, and she had spent it doing exactly that: laboring. Selling hats upon hats at […]

  • Stephanie Birmingham Fights for Those Who Live on the Margins

    Through advocating for mental health and for those with disabilities, counseling, working with inmates, providing opportunities for people without homes, and serving as a bedside volunteer at a children’s hospital, Birmingham has reached a great number and great diversity of individuals.

  • Repurposing Nostalgia: David Frykman Creates Whimsical Wooden Keepsakes from Eagle Tower

    Since likely any of us can remember, Eagle Tower in Peninsula State Park was a fixture on the landscape — as familiar and beloved to Door County as cherry trees and lighthouses.  Whether or not you huffed up the 75-foot-high structure perched atop a 180-foot limestone bluff to take in an epic view of the […]

  • Sturgeon Bay Girls Head to State Swim Meet

    It’s safe to say that Sturgeon Bay Co-Op sophomore swimmer Christy Braun will be busy at the WIAA State Girls Swimming Meet today in Waukesha. At the Ashwaubenon Sectional Meet on March 30, Braun qualified in two individual events and added two relays. Braun placed fourth in the 100-breaststroke with a time of 1:07.12 and […]