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Bay View artists
More than 45 local businesses and hundreds of local artists will participate in Bay View Gallery Night on Friday, June 5. Orange Gallery will celebrate its first gallery night with a grand opening party featuring DJ Malcolm Michiles and art from a variety of artists, including Nina Bednarski and John Kowalczyk.
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New sushi food truck
A St. Francis couple is putting the finishing touches on its sushi food truck business, SushiGo, and plan to roll it out for a maiden voyage on Friday, June 5 during Bay View Gallery Night in front of Tonic Tavern, 2335 S. Kinnickinnic Ave.
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Garlic Fest
If you are a fan of the stinkin' rose, you need to mark Sunday, June 14 on your calendar. After all, that's the date of Braise's fourth annual Garlic Fest, an all all-out homage to one of the world's healthiest foods. And it's sure to be a sweet breath-defying afternoon.
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Lizard Mound County Park
One of the Milwaukee area's most interesting parks is a bit off the beaten path, but it's worth making tracks to Lizard Mound County Park in Farmington, just north of West Bend in Washington County. A wooded path twists and turns through 28 Native American effigy mounds, including the one shaped like a huge lizard which gives the park its name.

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