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Bringing home an older dog

My family recently adopted a new dog. His name is Beauregard, and he is a rescue from HAWS in Waukesha. We weren't looking to adopt another dog but sometimes fate just intervenes. We lost our Shadow a couple of years ago and after a period of adjustment Sydney was comfortable at home with her feline companions.

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Well, anyway, the Bears still suck

Despite some of our sacrilegious, seemingly pro-Chicago content the past couple weeks, we here at OnMilwaukee love the Brewers and don't like the Cubs, who, as we predicted, won the World Series or whatever. But there's one thing to always remember, Wisconsin.

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Lori FredrichFeedicon

Take a peek at updates & dishes at the refreshed Cafe Hollander on Downer

Sunday, Nov. 20 marked the re-opening of the original Cafe Hollander, located at 2608 N. Downer Ave., which got a spruce up for its 10th anniversary. We've got a peek at the updated interior as well as some new items on the restaurant's menu.

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A quick look at the in-progress Westin Milwaukee

Progress is moving fast on The Westin Milwaukee hotel - which will hold 220 rooms and a restaurant when it opens in June 2017 - and as evidence, this morning, The Westin hosted a special ceremony and a tour of the views and rooms in progress.

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A Downtown beacon will shine brighter starting Dec. 7

On Wednesday, Richard H. Driehaus and M & J Wilkow, Ltd., owners of the Milwaukee Gas Light Building, 626 E. Wisconsin Ave., will flip the switch on a newly completed lighting upgrade that will cause the building's iconic weather flame to burn more brightly.

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The beautiful but limited world of 4K

I wasn't really in the market for a new TV, but like so many others, I got suckered into buying a huge one on Black Friday. I was lured by the low, low prices, but also the idea of having a super-sharp 65-inch television that would be ready for 4K.