Sunday, January 30, 2011

Green Bay - Packers = ?

Traveled back to my old stomping grounds the other day with reporter Barry Adams, set on uncovering what Green Bay might be without the Packers, and what the area offers to a city that's far more diverse than the rest of the state (and the nation) believes it to be.

I think it's a challenge to go back to a place you used to live or work and try to make pictures showing what's special or unique, all in one day.

A mural painted in 1911 depicting Fort Howard in 1850 adorns an entryway of the Brown County Courthouse in Green Bay, Wis., Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2011. Green Bay is the oldest city in Wisconsin.

KI worker Kerry Lamal pulls down nickel plated chair legs at the KI plant in Green Bay, Tuesday. KI had sales upwards of $615 million last year.

The Broadway District in Green Bay has undergone a tremendous revitalization over the past two decades, now featuring Kavarna, a vegetarian coffeehouse housed in an Egyptian revival art deco building, shown Tuesday.

The revitalized North Broadway Street in Green Bay is shown through the window of Parisi's Delicatessen, Tuesday.

Leicht Memorial Park, the frozen Fox River, Ray Nitschke Memorial Bridge, and downtown Green Bay is shown in this photo taken from the clocktower of Titletown Brewing Company, Tuesday.
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