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Mark Steuer

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Interview with Green Bay Mayoral Candidate Mark Steuer. - Blind Partisan

Political Radar

Mark Steuer, one of Green Bay's mayoral candidates and Green Bay's Alderman for District 10. In this episode, Elliot asks Mark about the things that set him apart from the crowd andhis reaction to the town hall debate.

25 Jan 2019

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Oneida Waste to Energy Settlement with Mark Steuer - The Progress Report [Archived]

Political Radar

Green Bay Alderman Mark Steuer sits down with Bill in this episode of The Progress Report to discuss the Waste to Energy proposal and the $2.5 million dollar lawsuit settlement from this year. They discuss the reasons Mark voted the way he did, his reasoning for supporting the settlement, true representation of constituents, and they discuss historic restoration.

26mins

20 Mar 2018

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Mark Steuer

Beyond The Art

Hey guys! Welcome back to Beyond The Art! In this episode, we learn about what pokemon Mark would have, what his break up song to Taylor Swift would be titled, and all about his hardcore journey so far with his solo music journey and with his band Those Darn Gnomes. Enjoy! Music: https://www.bensound.com

1hr 1min

15 Dec 2017

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Hotel Northland with Mark Steuer - Political Radar Pulse [Archived]

Political Radar

Green Bay alderman for District 10, Mark Steuer, joins Rhonda to discuss the current situation with the Hotel Northland project. Topics included: mention of Mark's article published in Voyageur magazine, brief Green Bay history surrounding the time Hotel Northland was erected, maintaining the integrity of the hotel via historic preservation, a cancelled tour, workers working without pay, and the ongoing seats at the table per the proposal of the project.

28mins

31 May 2017

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A discussion with Mark Steuer - Political Radar Podcast [Archived]

Political Radar

Mark Steuer, Vice President of the Green Bay City Council and representative for District 10 joins Elliot and special guest host Lisa Hanson to discuss economic development in Green Bay. They discuss the importance of historic preservation, celebrations and festivals, Green Bay's change from being a car first community to supporting more bike lanes and trails, and more.

36mins

1 Sep 2016

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Mark Steuer / Carriage House

Chat Chow TV (HD)

Don’t confuse low-country cuisine with anything subpar. Chef Mark Steuer is serving up a comforting, modern Southern menu in his Carriage House in Wicker Park. Chat Chow TV pulled up a stool next to the chef to talk updated Southern cooking, white wine pairings and ham. “I grew up in Charleston, South Carolina, so it’s called the low country,” explains Steuer. “It’s kind of what we based this restaurant off of. It’s called the low country because it’s actually below sea level. So the thing I think is different about the food there is there’s lots of French and Spanish influence, lots of seafood.” For authenticity’s sake, the feel-good food gets flown in from South Carolina about three times a week, like the grits, corn meal and the shrimp, fish and clams. Trust us, it makes a difference. Must-try menu items include the cornbread and shrimp and grits. The sticky-sweet cornbread recipe took about two weeks to perfect, and is served with preserved apples and smoked foie gras butter. “And the shrimp and grits is […] one of the first things I ever learned how to cook,” says Steuer. “Ours, we get our grits from Geechie Boy Mills in South Carolina and then it’s Georgia white prawns with homemade Tasso ham and we call it a hunter gravy. It’s basically mushrooms and shrimp stock and pork stock and chicken stock, kind of reduced down until it’s a really, really savory, kind of brothy sauce on top.” Nothing low about that. Watch the video above to learn what low-country cocktail will go best with your shrimp and grits (hint: it hails from a really old recipe book from Charleston).

4 Apr 2013