The city of South Milwaukee is now home to a statue of a professional wrestler, which is pretty awesome. And fitting.
In southwest Wisconsin, near the Mississippi River, is "The City of Presidents."
New York Governor Samuel Tilden did not serve as president, but depending on who you talk to, he did win the job.
The statue's right arm is up toward his chest, as if he'd been holding something in his hand. He had - until someone stole his glasses.
Kalustyan's describes itself as a "landmark for fine specialty foods," and that's true, because its building was once home to Chester Arthur.
Among other Grover-mabilia, visitors can see an actual piece of Cleveland's wedding cake. Wow.
President Taft deserves a fresh look in 2013 - just not for his connection to the Syrian civil war.
An edible monument to the values that made the man who he was? I can get behind that.
Today it's the president's official guest house. In 1950 it was the site of an assassination attempt.
Three presidential assassination spots are clearly marked. The fourth isn't marked at all - but I may have found it.