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Travel & Visitors Guide - May 21, 2015
Mitchell airport boasts world's only "recombobulation area" signs
Anyone who's traveled from General Mitchell International Airport in the past few years has most likely noticed the "Recombobulation Area" signs that hang just beyond the security checkpoints. Is "recombobulation" even a word?
Festival Guide - May 20, 2015
PrideFest features gender-neutral restrooms
This year, PrideFest, which takes place June 5-7, will feature three bathrooms labeled "gender-neutral" to ensure comfort and inclusiveness.
Dining - May 18, 2015
Fixture Pizza Pub coming to Walker's Point
Fixture Pizza Pub is opening soon in Walker's Point at 625 S. 2nd St. in the former Boom / The Room space.
Sports - May 16, 2015
Great Lakes Dragaway hosts kids' carnival at Memorial Day weekend races
The Memorial Weekend Classic returns to Great Lakes Dragaway in Union Grove next weekend. The event will include the standard races as well as a free kids' carnival called "Leroy Butler Day at the Races" on Sunday. The carnival takes place from 1 to 5 p.m. and Butler will be there promoting his anti-bullying campaign.
Living - May 15, 2015
6 distinctive Milwaukee smells
Milwaukee is - and has always been - a town with many olfactory offerings. Here are six strong ones.
Dining - May 13, 2015
Cafe at the Plaza reopened today
Cafe at the Plaza, 1007 N. Cass St., reopened today after being closed for renovations since March 30.
Bars & Clubs - May 13, 2015
Featured bartender: Kelsey Miller from Van Buren's Whiskey Bar
Kelsey Miller has exactly one month of bartending under her proverbial belt, but she already digs it. And she can mix a mean Old Fashioned.
Festival Guide - May 10, 2015
Brewtown Rumble rolls into Best Place and beyond
The first-ever Brewtown Rumble, a free motorocycle and music festival, takes place Sunday, May 17 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Best Place, 901 W. Juneau Ave., and the surrounding streets. Everyone is welcome.
Living - May 9, 2015
Survivor gives back after cancer
Rob Wagner speaks the truth when he says everyone is affected by cancer in some way, shape or form. Wagner, who lost his grandfather and his stepfather to cancer, found out he had a rare form of childhood bone cancer in 2007. He is now seven years in remission and has helped to raise $100,000 through an annual event. And, this is just the beginning.
Dining - May 7, 2015
Sal's Pizza coming to East Side
Sal's Pizza will soon open at 2974 N. Oakland Ave., and plans to offer calzones, salads, sandwiches and, of course, pizza.
Bars & Clubs - May 7, 2015
Jo-Cat's Pub undergoes major renovation, expansion
Jo-Cat's Pub, 1311 E. Brady St., is a family-owned bar that opened in 1978. Currently, it's in the middle of adding a second-floor bar and rooftop patio, along with many other upgrades. However, the goal is to keep the owner-described "dive bar" very similar to how it was, just fresher and larger.
Bars & Clubs - May 6, 2015
Two Bucks will lose corporate license
Two Bucks will soon close after Two Bucks Of America moved to revoke its franchise license earlier today based on allegations that franchise owner Lynn Forthaus made racist comments.
Dining - May 6, 2015
The wurst of times: Von Trier offers "sausage-centric" menu
Over the past few months, the kitchen inside Von Trier, 2235 N. Farwell Ave., was significantly remodeled and last week, owner John Sidoff unveiled a light, German beer garden menu.
Bars & Clubs - May 6, 2015
Tonic Tavern owner opening second Bay View bar
Paul Jonas, owner of Tonic Tavern, will open UC Jonas' in the former Gerry's Diamond Tap, 939 E. Lincoln Ave.
Music - May 6, 2015
The Waterboys stayed afloat at Turner Hall
The six piece - fronted by Mike Scott - has 13 studio albums under their belt. And during tonight's concert at Turner Hall, the group played 16 songs, seven of which were from their most recent album.
Bars & Clubs - May 3, 2015
What happened at Two Bucks on Friday night?
Numerous patrons and employees who were at Two Bucks on Friday night are alleging via a "Boycott Two Bucks Milwaukee" Facebook page that the owner, Lynn Forthaus, made racist comments about African American patrons and refused to serve them.
Bars & Clubs - May 3, 2015
5 deliciosas Milwaukee margaritas
Tuesday is Cinco De Mayo, and regardless of your thoughts on the viability of this "holiday," it is a good excuse to get out there and have an early-in-the-week fiesta.
Music - May 2, 2015
Puddles Pity Party croons and clowns around
Puddles Pity Party - featuring Puddles the Clown - performs at Turner Hall Ballroom on Thursday, May 7. Bring your hankie.
Living - May 2, 2015
Media sheds light on transgender community, but more is needed
The media attention given to recent events - incuding the Bruce Jenner interview - does not begin to depict the reality for transgender individuals that often includes judgement, hatred, stereotypes and discrimination. Rowan Calyx shares his story growing up transgender in Milwaukee.
Bars & Clubs - May 1, 2015
Updated: Why is At Random no longer for sale?
Earlier this week, reported that At Random was for sale. However, the listing is no longer online and according an amployee at The Boerke Company, it is "no longer available."
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