Articles by Janine Pumilia
It Was ‘Only’ the Flu

Imagine the government is telling you an epidemic outside your door is “only the flu” and not really serious. That’s just what happened 100 years ago, as a flu and a world war swept across the globe and throughout our region.

Discovering Your Roots with Genealogy

It’s amazing how quickly entire life histories can vanish from view. Those of us who yearn to know from where – and from whom – we came need only to don our detective hats. Discover how fun, frustrating and fulfilling it can be to trace the stories of your ancestors.

Bringing Digital Archives to the Public, Online

Midway Village Museum is providing online access to some of its most requested photographs, postcards and documents. Find out how you can gain access to these cherished items.

Education Day Offers Unforgettable Learning

In September, Midway Village Museum will be home to World War II Days, the largest such II re-enactment in the Midwest. Learn what to expect at this year’s event, including a day aimed just at youngsters.

Business Milestone: M45 Celebrates 15 Years

When opportunity arose, this brave band of marketers jumped. Meet this team of creative types and discover how they’ve built success over the past 15 years by leaping into uncharted territory.