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Rebirth Brass Band's Chad
The Rebirth Brass Band will perform on Friday night at Cedarburg's Summer Sounds series. The free concert runs from 6:30 to 10 p.m. and takes place in Cedar Creek Park. Recently, OnMilwaukee.com chatted with trumpet player Chadrick Honore, who at 27 is the youngest player in the band.
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Lee School
Now that Lee School -- which closed in 2009 -- is back in the news, it seemed like a good time to finally get a look at this vintage schoolhouse I've long been eager to see.
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Tasting Menus in MKE
Tasting menus are growing in popularity across the country, including right here in Milwaukee.
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The arborists are coming
This week more than 1,000 arborists from around the country will take root in Milwaukee for the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) Conference, Aug. 2-6 at the Wisconsin Center and Mount Mary College.

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