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Dining - Oct. 20, 2016
Rapid Review: McGinn's Sports Bar
I like wings, but more than that, I like wings at McGinn's, where variety is the spice of life. Because there's such a good selection of flavors on the big, meaty wings, I like to mix up textures and flavors, like Jamaican dry rub jerk, the tangy original buffalo and sweet maple bourbon.
Dining - Oct. 18, 2016
Cooler temps revive passion for red wine
Maybe it's just me, but I lean more toward beer in summer and wine as the weather cools. Because I tend to choose reds over whites, I like the warming feeling of holding a glass of red wine and of the wine as I swallow it. Here are a few wines I've tasted lately.
#RaiseMKE - Oct. 18, 2016
HMI donates the gift of neighborhoods to South Division High
Thanks to a donation from Historic Milwaukee Inc., students walking the halls on the third floor at Milwaukee Public Schools' South Division High School now can take a mini-tour of Milwaukee neighborhoods.
Travel & Visitors Guide - Oct. 14, 2016
Island Resort is an Upper Peninsula oasis of fun
It's hard to believe there's a full-service resort, hotel and casino out amid the wooded roads of the Upper Peninsula, but then the Island Resort & Casino, in Harris, Michigan, appears and it looks like an oasis of fun in a quiet rural area.
Dining - Oct. 14, 2016
Delicious Wisconsin place names
My copy of Edward Callary's super interesting book "Place Names of Wisconsin" arrived this morning and I must've been really really hungry, because the names of some Wisconsin towns and villages just jumped right out at me.
Milwaukee History - Oct. 12, 2016
8 things you didn't know about The Basilica of St. Josaphat
By now, most everyone knows that The Basilica of St. Josaphat, 2333 S. 6th St., was constructed from building materials salvaged when the Chicago Customs House and Post Office was demolished in 1896. But here are a few things you likely didn't know.
Bars & Clubs - Oct. 11, 2016
Mixologist Peter Kalleward demos a Kohler Dark Chocolate Brandy Old Fashioned
Kohler has teamed up with Central Standard Craft Distillery to create a 72 percent cacao dark chocolate brandy that's pretty unique and, we learned, makes a great brandy old fashioned. Click here to see how.
Sports - Oct. 11, 2016
Gymnastics event brings full slate of Olympians to BMO Harris Bradley Center
America's talented crop of gymnasts drew the spotlight as they competed in the summer Olympics in Rio. Now, those amazing gymnasts roll into Milwaukee on Friday, Oct. 14 as part of the 2016 Kellogg's Tour of Gymnastics Champions at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.
Dining - Oct. 7, 2016
8 images of Milwaukee's dining past
Restaurants come and go and Milwaukee has had countless eateries across its nearly two centuries of history as an urban place. Here are some images of a few of them. Some you may remember, others may have faded like a ghost sign on an old Downtown building.
Dining - Oct. 6, 2016
Rapid Review: Divino Wine & Dine
When Palermo Villa closed, I was fearful that I'd lost one of my absolute favorite Milwaukee pizzerias. But then Dean Cannestra re-opened his sister's restaurant under a new name but with basically the same menu and definitely the same pizza.
Travel & Visitors Guide - Oct. 6, 2016
My culinary travel bucket list
I love to travel. Recently I was thinking about places I'd especially like to visit for the food and these four places - each on a different continent - came to mind for a variety of reasons.
Travel & Visitors Guide - Oct. 4, 2016
5 reasons Billings is a good jumping-off point to Yellowstone
There are a number of ways to get from Milwaukee to Yellowstone National Park by air - and if you haven't been there, you definitely should get to Yellowstone National Park somehow. Here are five reasons that you should fly to Billings when you visit Yellowstone.
Buzz - Sept. 30, 2016
What's your vision for 4th and Wisconsin?
Today, the city began accepting requests for proposals for developments on the Wisconsin Avenue site between 4th and 5th Streets that has long been a surface parking lot. I want to know what you'd like to see in this long-underutilized, high-profile Downtown space.
Kids & Family - Sept. 30, 2016
MPS' Bradley Tech opens doors to show positive developments
While it's true that Bradley Tech High School, 700 S. 4th St., in Walker's Point has been in the news for the wrong reasons in recent years, there have also been many positive developments there. See for yourself at Tuesday's open house, from 5 to 7 p.m.
Kids & Family - Sept. 29, 2016
LEGO KidsFest brings a mountain of bricks to Wisconsin Center
It's been four years since LEGO KidsFest has been to Milwaukee, and during that time, the LEGO craze has grown and grown. The event is back in town and we caught up with master model-builder Chris Steininger to find out what we can expect to find at KidsFest.
Kids & Family - Sept. 27, 2016
Elite's flexible Quad space aims to keep kids & parents moving
Driving past, you might not really notice the changes at the Elite Sports Club-River Glen, 2001 W. Good Hope Rd., in Glendale, which was built as Le Club in 1972 and purchased by Elite in 2012. But on the inside, it seems that everything is changing.
Buzz - Sept. 26, 2016
Volunteers, here and abroad, fuel MPM push to digitize collections
You know the old saying, "it takes a village." Well, that village is what's currently fueling the Milwaukee Public Museum's push to get its vast collections digitized and online. That and some funding from grants, too, of course.
Bars & Clubs - Sept. 26, 2016
White House celebrates 125 years as a Bay View landmark
One of the oldest watering holes in the city, the White House, 2900 S. Kinnickinnic Ave., is celebrating its 125th birthday on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 1-2 with drink specials, games, raffles, food and more, as well as a food drive for Hunger Task Force.
Marketplace - Sept. 22, 2016
Materials salvaged by ReStore help fund Habitat's home construction work
There was a time when removing a building was a dramatic affair: buildings imploded with a boom or were pounded by a wrecking ball. These days, thankfully, there's a growing approach that seeks to keep as much waste out of landfills and reuse and recycle as much material as possible.
#RaiseMKE - Sept. 21, 2016
MPS talks dual-language Montessori with South Side community
Did you know Milwaukee Public Schools has what might be the largest group of public Montessori schools in the world? Now, led by school board member Tati Joseph, there's a push to add a new South Side dual-language program to that group.
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