Navigation Relaunched

For nearly a dozen years Door County residents and visitors have turned to the Peninsula Pulse to get a picture of the community from a different angle. For the summer of 2008, The Pulse is proud to announce an improved way to look at the Pulse to get that unique perspective with the relaunch of

Now you can find the authors and voices you’ve come to know in print on the Web, writers like Roy Lukes, Steve Grutzmacher, Myles Dannhausen Jr., Erik Eriksson, and Jon Paul Van Harpen.

“We’ve always prioritized being a comprehensive resource,” said Pulse co-owner Madeline Johnson. “With the new Web site, we can now deliver that resource to an even broader group of readers.”

The new site gives readers more opportunities to join the discussion about the issues at the top of the Door County agenda. Got an opinion of your own or question for the author? Go to the Web site to give your feedback, contact the writer, or post a letter to the editor.

Head to the business listings to add reviews of restaurants, stores, and galleries. Post an online classified ad, or check out the events calendar to find out what’s going on all over the Door Peninsula today and in the weeks to come. Whether you’re searching for live music, curtain times, or an opportunity to soak in some knowledge on a hike with a park naturalist, the Pulse events calendar at is your source.

The new site is also home to our popular Gallery Guide, with information on hours, upcoming exhibits, and featured artists at the more than 150 galleries that call Door County home.

We’re adding more features with each issue and strive to be the best source of Door County information, entertainment, and writing on the Web.

With, Door County’s locally owned, locally operated newspaper has now added the county’s best locally-focused Web site. Check it out today and let us know what you think.