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Vote for Milwaukee's best bars!

When it comes to bars, Milwaukee dominates the scene, offering everything from comfy taverns to posh clubs. Once again, will celebrate the city's hearty and diverse drinking culture with Bar Month, including your chance to vote for your favorite spots in the 2015 Best Bars poll.

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Milwaukee Area Event Calendar

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Fireside Dinner Theatre
12 p.m. at Mug Z's Pub and Grill
12 p.m. at Peace Lutheran Church and Academy, W240 N6145 Maple Ave., Sussex, WI

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UW Could Face $300 Million Revenue Loss, Changes to Tenure, Shared Governance

The UW System could face a budget cut resulting in $300 million in lost revenue - although the number is still uncertain - as well as sweeping changes that might imperil the engrained traditions of shared governance and tenure. In addition, there are moves to make the UW a "public authority" - more autonomous from [...] The post UW Could Face $300 Million Revenue Loss, Changes to Tenure, Shared Governance appeared first on Media Milwaukee.

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DNA testing for genealogical purposes can open up new vistas in your self-identity and your self-awareness. We took a test and here's what we learned.
The Delta Routine
Milwaukee's The Delta Routine has a new record out and "You and Your Lion" is the fourth record in about the same number of years - an impressive string for a local band. Fronted by Nick Amadeus, The Delta Routine doses its poppy garage grit with Americana roots to create a thoroughly Midwestern sound, fueled in part by the slashing guitar of local veteran Mike Hoffmann. We recently asked them about making "You and Your Lion."
500 Meals
There's a dining establishment in Milwaukee where you probably have never eaten. It has a kitchen which regularly serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. The chef happily accommodates special requests, dietary needs and a variety of budgets. And he and his staff regularly serve fare that wouldn't be out of place in many of the city's best restaurants.
Milwaukee has hundreds of good restaurants that sell great meals and offer great service. But there are very few places, if any, that offer a side dish of serenity along with your entree. Jing's, a tiny, lovely Chinese restaurant on Buffalo Street in the Third Ward, is the place.

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