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1. Grasch Foods to become Sendik's Food Market
After over 80 years in business, Brookfield-based Grasch Foods has been sold to the Balistreri family and will soon become a Sendik's Food market.
2. Five reasons to play Uno tonight
Finding the right game for the entire family much less you and your partner can be tough. At the Sherman home, we've gone simple, old school lately with Uno.
3. Whole Foods Market in Tosa sets grand opening for Feb. 24
Whole Foods announced today that the natural and organic foods supermarket will officially open its new location in the Mayfair Collection at 11100 W. Burleigh St., in Wauwatosa, on Wednesday, Feb. 24.
4. Kohl's Off/Aisle store coming to The Mayfair Collection
Chicago-based HSA Commercial Real Estate announced that Kohl's will open an Off/Aisle store at The Mayfair Collection in Wauwatosa
5. Master Z's announces second location in Bayshore Town Center
Master Z's announced today that is had purchased Danny Vegh's in Glendale on Monday, Jan. 4 and will move into its 4,500-square foot location in the Bayshore Town Center.
6. Ring in the New Year with a free makeover, clothing and more
Three people - nominated by friends and loved ones - will win a makeover package from Scottfree Salon that will include a makeover, manicure / pedicure, haircut / color, waxing, clothing and photography shoot.
7. 2016 OnMilwaukee skyline calendar can be yours
Start the New Year off right with this in-house designed and frame ready, 2016 OnMilwaukee skyline calendar. it is perfect for your office or home. Buy it now, and/or register to win one.
8. Free Bird clothing opening in The Ward; owner filled with gratitude
Christy Schwacher will open a clothing boutique called Free Bird Clothing and Home Trends at 249 N. Water St. in the former Blush Beauty Boutique.
9. Two Milwaukee businesses make "50 coolest new businesses in America" list
It's that list time of the year. And, today, two Milwaukee-area businesses were named to Business Insider's "50 coolest new businesses in America" list. Read on and congrats!
10. Downtown's whimsical dinosaur footprints
Whether walking, biking or driving in Downtown Milwaukee you should always look around. There's a lot to see. Look up, look down and look all around. There's wonder, like dino prints, everywhere.
11. Limited edition Colectivo Coffee sets feature Roasted in Riverwest patch
Colectivo Coffee is back this holiday season with a limited edition box set of its hand-made, featured farm and session roasted coffees. There's only 350 boxes available, and all come with a designer patch.
12. London Cleaners adds shoe shine
Independent of, but located within The London Cleaners, Elite Shoe Shine Parlor is owned and operated by Charles Palmer and is open daily from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturdays from 11 a.m. 3 p.m.
13. Milwaukee's big creative class leap
Today, Richard Florida released new data that shows how cities have grown and fallen in their creative class ranks. His "Winners and Losers of the U.S. Creative Class," bodes well for Milwaukee.
14. Does this Milwaukee sign bug you, too?
Head south along Broadway from Downtown into the Historic Third Ward and you'll see the new freeways that separate the areas. You'll also probably notice what I did. The "East Town" sign seems out of place. It looks great, though.
15. Drink Wisconsinbly moving into Blue Jacket space
Drink Wisconsinbly - the maker of Wisconsin-themed T-shirts, hoodies, hats, drinkware and more - will move into the former Blue Jacket space, 135 E. National Ave.
16. Bucks opening satellite pro shop at Third Ward's Moda 3
The Milwaukee Bucks continue to expand their retail footprint with the opening of a new, satellite Bucks Pro Shop location inside Moda 3, 320 E. Buffalo St., in the Third Ward.
17. Get lifted lashes at CORA Beauty + Spa
When I got the opportunity to try a Lash Lift from CORA Beauty + Spa, I literally jumped at the chance. When I learned I could get my lashes lifted - and tinted - without getting extensions put on I was quite intrigued.
18. Start your shopping on Brady Street
Anyone who likes sipping, shopping and indulging should head over to Brady Street tomorrow - that's Friday, Nov. 20 - for the block's Holiday Open House.
19. The Pfister offers homemade gifts at Holiday Marketplace
For the first time, The Pfister Hotel will house a Holiday Marketplace in the hotel. "Right next to the lions," says curator Renee Bebeau, referencing the large lion statues in the Pfister lobby.
20. Search solves everything
Last night, one of the smoke detectors in our attic was beeping. I couldn't, for the life of me, figure out how to get the battery compartment open. I turned, of course, to Google. And, almost instantly, the job was done.
21. Why do we love LaCroix so much?
Berry, Peach-Pear, Lemon, Lime, Coconut, Tangerine - what's your poison? And how did this bubbly beverage become so freaking popular?
22. Kennedy tours Milwaukee, previews tonight's debate
Lisa Kennedy Montgomery has been in Milwaukee since Friday preparing for tonight's Republican Presidential Debate. She's posting videos of her time in Brew City, and we are sharing them here.
23. It's now officially "Stein's"
Last week, Stein Gardens and Gifts debuted a new logo and name. After 69 years as Stein Gardens and Gifts, the company is now Stein's Garden and Home.
24. Twitter shoots down stars, hearts hearts instead
Last night, you likely favorited your last tweet. This morning, Twitters users were likely surprised to discover the golden star of social media recognition was replaced by cute little red hearts, as favoriting has now been turning into liking (wonder what Facebook has to say about that).
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25. Green luminary: UW-Milwaukee
Managing 16.5 million gallons of water a year with green infrastructure, UW-Milwaukee is making great strides reducing water pollution in a heavily urbanized area.