Michael Cudahy
Michael Cudahy
Michael Cudahy was an American industrialist. Cudahy was born in Callan, County Kilkenny Ireland in 1841 and emigrated to the United States in 1849. He moved with his family to Milwaukee, Wisconsin and worked in the meat packing industry.
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Milwaukee business leaders to host Romney fundraiser - Milwaukee Small Business Times
Google News - over 5 years
Those listed include: Craig Leipold, owner of the NHL's Minnesota Wild, and Helen Johnson Leipold of the SC Johnson family; Ned Bechtold, chairman of the road building company Payne & Dolan; and Milwaukee philanthropist Michael Cudahy, founder of
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Lakefront proposal includes terraced walkway, footbridges - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Google News - over 5 years
"If, in five years, even part of this will be done, it'll make a hell of a difference in Milwaukee," said retired business executive and committee member Michael Cudahy. "Milwaukee's lakefront will be revolutionized." The committee was created after
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Tosa is Home to UW-Milwaukee's Innovation Park - Patch.com
Google News - over 5 years
Local businessman and philanthropist Michael Cudahy was on hand and recognized as a primary contributor to the project. Cudahy compared the Innovation Park project to the seminal project that resulted in the economic juggernaut of Silicon Valley in
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Planned route is all wrong - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Google News - over 5 years
As pointed out by local philanthropist Michael Cudahy, the route as currently planned is wrong. Accepting Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett's claim that the route passes by 90% of all downtown residences and businesses, it makes no difference if the
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Push made to demolish Transit Center - Milwaukee Business Journal
Google News - over 5 years
... redevelopment say there is broad consensus that the Transit Center can and should be torn down. “I have talked to a number of developers and businesspeople about that, and there is interest,” said Michael Cudahy, who has asked county officials
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Bay View Classic shows off new course and Team VeloCause - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
“What's gone well, not only the success of the team at races, but the way we've been received by the community at large,” said team member Michael Cudahy, owner of Prototype Composites in Glendale. Encouraged by the early results, Pieper has begun
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County official places O'Donnell Park blame on 2 contractors - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Google News - over 5 years
Abele said he had appointed Milwaukee businessman and philanthropist Michael Cudahy to a planning committee on redevelopment. Cudahy sparked discussion on a major overhaul of what Abele called the choicest piece of real estate in Wisconsin,
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Seize opportunity to revitalize downtown - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Google News - over 5 years
Michael Cudahy advocates for a hotel and office buildings on the site of O'Donnell Park, instead of a patched-up parking structure. Rocky Marcoux, Milwaukee's development commissioner, wants to untangle the off-ramps at the north end of
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FROM THE ARCHIVES: 25 years ago, survey cited jobless problem - Sioux City Journal
Google News - over 5 years
CUDAHY IS COMING TO SIOUX CITY FAIR: Jack Cudahy, of Kansas City, son of the late Michael Cudahy, president of the Cudahy Packing company, has decided to bring his show heard of Hereford cattle to the Interstate Live Stock Fair in September
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DVD Review: 'Spine Tingler! The William Castle Story' - Bloody Disgusting
Google News - over 5 years
A second commentary with Jeffrey Schwarz, editor Philip Harrison, composer Michael Cudahy, and graphic designer Grant Nellesson is provided, with “special guests” Vince Rotolo, Arthur Knight, and William Castle himself. It's an edited conversation,
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Thousands pedal in UPAF arts ride - Today's TMJ4
Google News - over 5 years
Michael Cudahy and his wife rode a bicycle built for two and his daughters rode a similar, smaller model. "Support the arts and have a chance to get out on these bikes," he explained. It was the United Performing Arts Fund 'Ride for the Arts' along
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Lakefront development needs freeway ramp changes, Marcoux says - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
The County Board created the group after philanthropist and retired business executive Michael Cudahy floated a plan to demolish O'Donnell Park and the transit center, and replace them with a hotel and office buildings. Cudahy is founder of Discovery
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City needs a positive attitude on lakefront development, Cudahy tells panel - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Google News - almost 6 years
When it comes to lakefront development, Milwaukee needs a "can do" attitude, says retired business executive and philanthropist Michael Cudahy. "My theme to all of you is, we've got to get behind this thing,"
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Religious Right Sends Confusing Message
NYTimes - about 22 years
To the Editor: Re "Christian Right Issues a Threat to the G.O.P." (front page, Feb. 11): Ralph Reed, executive director of the Christian Coalition, has me very confused. On Friday he feels comfortable threatening the Republican Party with a litmus test, saying that pro-life and pro-family voters "will not support a party that retreats from its
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POP VIEW; The Revenge of the Un-Hip
NYTimes - about 22 years
IT'S OFFICIAL: IT'S HIP TO BE square. Collectors are paying top dollar for original albums from such 50's and 60's easy-listening fare as LP's designed for stereo testing and music played on Moogs and other primitve synthesizers. The music's quirky arrangements and zany sound effects, its aura of opulence and optimism, are providing light relief
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Sounds Around Town
NYTimes - almost 28 years
LEAD: Christmas Songs Christmas Songs Christmas, CBGB, 315 Bowery, at Bleecker Street (982-4052). Christmas, a rock trio from Boston, started out in 1984 by assimilating post-punk styles from Sonic Youth to Pylon to X. Five years later, they have amalgamated all their borrowings into smart, melodic, slightly offbeat guitar-driven songs in which Liz
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Trial of Arizona Ex-Governor Begins
NYTimes - almost 29 years
LEAD: Barnett Lotstein, left, and Michael Cudahy, prosecuting attorneys in the trial of former Gov. Evan Mecham, as prospective jurors filled out questionnaires yesterday in Phoenix. Mr. Mecham, who was impeached earlier this year for misconduct, is being tried along with his brother on charges of concealing a $350,000 campaign loan. Barnett
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POP AND JAZZ GUIDE
NYTimes - over 30 years
Tommy Flanagan, Whippoorwill, 18 East 18th Street (675-7100). Tommy Flanagan has quietly managed to be sitting at the piano when earthshaking jazz albums were recorded for the last three decades or so. He was with John Coltrane for ''Giant Steps'' and with Sonny Rollins for ''Saxophone Colossus,'' and from there the list just gets longer and
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Carol Hayward Whitney Married to Joseph M. Cudahy
NYTimes - over 35 years
Carol Hayward Whitney, daughter of Mrs. John D. Young and George H. Whitney Jr., both of Marion, Mass., was married there yesterday to Joseph Michael Cudahy, son of Mr. and Mrs. William B. Cudahy of Palm Beach, Fla. The ceremony was performed in St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church by the Rev. Dr. Hunston Carey Jr. He was assisted by the Rev. Charles P.
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