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Andy Tarnoff: A Milwaukee Entrepreneur Talks Online Media

Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Andy Tarnoff, publisher and owner of, stopped at nothing to get the website to what it is today. At age 13, Tarnoff's family moved from their home in the Midwest to the east coast in Rhode Island. Tarnoff attended college at George Washington University in Washington D.C., where he majored in [...] The post Andy Tarnoff: A Milwaukee Entrepreneur Talks Online Media appeared first on Media Milwaukee.

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Kesslers Diamonds opens in Downtown tomorrow

Kesslers Diamonds opens in Downtown tomorrow

The new Kesslers Diamonds store in Downtown Milwaukee opens Friday, Oct. 2, at 450 E. Mason St.  It's the first non-suburban store for the company, which operates five other diamond centers in Wisconsin, and also will open its first out-of-state store in metropolitan Grand Rapids, Mich., in November. The Downtown store occupies 2,200 square feet [...]

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Great Milwaukee Weekend
Thanksgiving weekend is a big one. You'll be able to shop till you drop on Black Friday, sample a bunch of different beers at the Harley Davidson Museum and see the massive whale light up at the MPM. See these and more in this edition!
Kohler's chocolatier
Anette Righi DeFendi, who started out with a career in journalism, traveled a long road to becoming a chocolatier. But, a love for baking and an encouraging sister eventually led her down the path to chocolate.
Liquid Johnny's for lunch
On a recent Friday afternoon, we stopped in for lunch at Liquid Johnny's in West Allis. No, we did not have a "liquid lunch," despite the name of the bar and restaurant, but we certainly thought about it.
Saving Wally Schmidt
Wally Schmidt's used to be a lively joint where locals would enjoy steak sandwiches and fish fries. Now, two Milwaukeeans have hatched a plan to restore the historic building to its former grandeur.