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Marketplace - Nov. 30, 2016
Marcus Lemonis-backed Bentley's Pet Stuff opens six new shops in Milwaukee
Marcus Lemonis' recent visit to Milwaukee for "The Profit" may not have gone according to plan, but he still has his sights on the Cream City, as his Bentley's Pet Stuff chain will open six new shops in around the city this weekend.
Arts & Entertainment - Nov. 29, 2016
The Rep's "Christmas Carol" prepares a new spin on a holiday tradition
While scenic designer Todd Edward Ivins' knowledge of the Milwaukee Rep's "A Christmas Carol" was mostly a blank slate, he was more than aware of the daunting legacy before him when he began work helping to reimagine the holiday classic.
#RaiseMKE - Nov. 29, 2016
Concerned? 18 places and ways to help after the election
For many, Election Day was a day of shellshocked hurt, disappointment and fear. But today is a new day, and it's time to go to work doing good and helping those in need. Here are just a few ways you can reach out and make a difference.
Travel & Visitors Guide - Nov. 28, 2016
Milwaukee named an in vogue Rust Belt city in Vogue Magazine
Christmas came early for Milwaukee, as Vogue Magazine gifted the city a flattering place in its recent "5 Industrial Cities Making America's Rust Belt Shine Again" travel article. See what they had to say!
Movies & TV - Nov. 27, 2016
"Gilmore Girls" returns with the wit you remember, but an ending to forget
Netflix's much-anticipated "Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life" premiered this holiday weekend, and, while most of the show played like a sloppy but warmly satisfying Thanksgiving dinner, the ending left an uneasy aftertaste.
Arts & Entertainment - Nov. 22, 2016
Chamber's "Lobby Hero" shines a local spotlight on writer Lonergan
Kenneth Lonergan's movie "Manchester By the Sea" has been a part of Oscar talk ever since January, but before it hits town, audiences can get a taste of his work with the Chamber's "Lobby Hero." We learned more about the show and why Lonergan's material works so well.
Movies & TV - Nov. 22, 2016
What's coming and going from Netflix in December
Christmas has come early for Netflix subscribers, as the service announced its new arrivals for December - including "Captain America: Civil War," only the biggest movie of the year. And that's far from all. Here's everything coming and going next month.
Buzz - Nov. 21, 2016
Part of East Side building falls onto Farwell Avenue
Some excitement quite literally hit Farwell Avenue early Monday afternoon, as a significant part of a building set for demolition fell onto the street.
Travel & Visitors Guide - Nov. 20, 2016
Finding home and history at The Astor Hotel
Despite being surrounded by the unfamiliar, I felt like I was cozily at home during my stay at The Astor Hotel - and that's a pretty impressive achievement for a hotel, especially when a guest's guts are actively staging a violent coup against him.
Travel & Visitors Guide - Nov. 16, 2016
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.
Arts & Entertainment - Nov. 15, 2016
Behind the costumes and the characters of Skylight's "La Cage Aux Folles"
Designer and "Project Runway" fan favorite Chris March has returned to the Skylight Music Theatre to create more eye-catching costumes (can you say feathers?) for its "La Cage Aux Folles." But crafting the characters is just as important as the costumes.
Movies & TV - Nov. 14, 2016
Watch the ravishing trailer for Disney's live-action "Beauty and the Beast"
Disney's done a pretty respectable job with their live-action rehashings ("Cinderella" is still a genuine enchantment) and today's newly released "Beauty and the Beast" trailer would only seem to solidify that.
Movies & TV - Nov. 14, 2016
"Beware the Slenderman" finally gets HBO premiere date and trailer
Who's in the mood for a horrific story about children, a brutal stabbing and a faceless nightmare monster from the internet - all based in Wisconsin? No? Well, you've got time to get ready, as "Beware the Slenderman" will premiere on HBO on Jan. 23.
Music - Nov. 11, 2016
End the week on a high note and get pumped for Summerfest 50
Let's end this week on an inarguably good note: Summerfest 50 is coming, slowly yet surely, and according to a press release today from Summerfest, the fest will start making some big announcements next week. Watch this new video to start getting pumped.
Marketplace - Nov. 11, 2016
Where vets can find meals and deals for Veterans Day
As a special day of respect and remembrance, several local and national businesses are offering special meals, deals and other services for veterans - and, in many cases, active military personnel as well. Here are a few places you can find them.
Arts & Entertainment - Nov. 10, 2016
"Elf: The Musical" star chats about slipping into Will Ferrell's shoes
While it may not be Christmas quite yet, it's always a good time for "Elf," the rosy-cheeked 2003 film - and now a musical, coming to the Marcus Center. Before it hits the stage, we chatted with the show's star about filling Will Ferrell's shoes.
Movies & TV - Nov. 8, 2016
Cure your Election Day stress by watching ... The Weather Channel?
We feel you, guys. No matter who you're rooting for in today's election, you're stressed out as hell. Well, as it turns out, an unusual source is doing its patriotic duty to sooth the American public and calm us right the hell down tonight: The Weather Channel.
Sports - Nov. 6, 2016
Bucks beat Sacramento Kings on the court and on social media Saturday night
The Sacramento Kings were Milwaukee this weekend for a game Saturday night against the Bucks - and the young Bucks were very rude hosts, pummeling the Kings not only on the court in a 117-91 win, but also on social media with the #MannequinChallenge.
Milwaukee History - Nov. 5, 2016
This week in history: Milwaukee had important thoughts on the pantsuit
With the election coming up next week, we're in the middle of a rather significant moment for the pantsuit in U.S. history. However, this isn't the first time pantsuits have been at the front of political discussion in early November - at least in Milwaukee.
Music - Nov. 4, 2016
Lera Lynn is more than the sad dive bar singer from "True Detective" season two
Before she comes to Colectivo's Back Room next Thursday night, OnMilwaukee chatted with singer-songwriter Lera Lynn about her time on "True Detective" season two as the world's saddest dive bar singer, her new album and the time she made Colin Farrell cry.
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