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Buzz - May 25, 2016
Tarot card readings appeal to a wider audience
Today on FOX's "Studio A," OnMilwaukee's Molly Snyder reads host Bryan Kramp's tarot cards. Tune in to find out if he got the Devil card or not. In the meantime, read about the local tarot scene from Jen Cintrón and Theresa Reed, aka The Tarot Lady.
Buzz - May 23, 2016
Courageous women switch careers at 40 ... and older
Reinventing ourselves takes a lot of guts, something all five of these women - who switched careers at the age of 40 or older - have plenty of. Some left the corporate world, some joined it, but all of them share one thing in common: they are now closer to their True Norths.
Bars & Clubs - May 20, 2016
Fun Beer Tours mix burgeoning craft beer scene with local brewing history
Paul Hepp will launch his new brewery-and history-tours-by-bus business that's simply called Fun Beer Tours on Friday, May 20. Hepp says Fun Beer Tours is a mix of his two passions: craft beer and local brewery history.
Bars & Clubs - May 19, 2016
First Look: Urban Bay View
It was a rollicking soft opening tonight at Urban Bay View, 2301 S. Logan St., the second business venture of Paul Jonas, who also owns Tonic Tavern, and is managed by longtime Tonic bartender and bellweather of the service industry, Paul "PK" Kennedy.
Buzz - May 18, 2016
Take a free, six-mile ride on a new Harley-Davidson Roadster
Harley-Davidson launched a new concept in Milwaukee, Portland and Los Angeles today: a pop-up bike share that gives riders the chance to test out the new Dark Custom Harley-Davidson Roadster. In Milwaukee, the pop-up popped up in the Third Ward on Broadway.
Buzz - May 18, 2016
Local guy eats rats on "Fear Factor," humps a car on game show, works for FOX
Josh Silberman, who grew up on Milwaukee's North Shore, knew at a young age that he wanted to have a career in film and television in Los Angeles. He was partially inspired by his cousin, the great Gene Wilder, and partly by his own love of adventure and travel.
Bars & Clubs - May 17, 2016
Sprecher brews three new "hard sodas"
In late May, Sprecher Brewing Company will introduce three new "hard sodas": Hard Cherry Cola, Hard Orange Cream and Hard Cola. The local brewery already offers Hard Root Beer, Hard Ginger Ale and Hard Apple Pie.
Kids & Family - May 16, 2016
Trombone Shorty pens award-winning book for kids
New Orleans jazz musician Trombone Shorty created an inspiring children's picture book based on his own life that documents his musical journey and his determination to make his dreams come true as a musician.
Living - May 15, 2016
Shorewood honors famous grads
Some very talented and influential people have graduated from Shorewood High School (writes the author of this blog who also graduated from Shorewood High School), and in their honor the district will confer on a few former Greyhounds a Tradition of Excellence Award.
Bars & Clubs - May 14, 2016
Urban Bay View set to soft open next weekend
After a year of hard work, Paul Jonas is ready to share his new bar, Urban Bay View, 2301 S. Logan Ave., with the public.
Bars & Clubs - May 14, 2016
What happens when a distillery and a roastery partner?
Coffee + vodka = delicious. Who knew? Well, apparently Central Standard Distillery and Anodyne Coffee did.
Dining - May 13, 2016
First Look: Insomnia Cookies
Milwaukee's first Insomnia Cookies opened at 11 a.m. today at 1804 E. North Ave. The chain specializes in late-night delivery of freshly baked cookies.
Bars & Clubs - May 13, 2016
West Side (Bar) Story: McGinn's
Ten years ago, Jeff Dobbe and Marty Wey bought McGinn's from Slim McGinn. Today, they have an expanded beer and food menu and shuttle up to 320 people to and from Miller Park for Brewers games.
Bars & Clubs - May 12, 2016
First Look: South Second
Tonight we stopped by the grand opening of South Second, a new venue at 838 S. 2nd St. in Walker's Point. The two-level space features an extraordinary amount of natural light, sliding garage doors leading to a patio and a gentle industrial decor.
Bars & Clubs - May 11, 2016
First look: The Sangria Bar
As of this Saturday, Milwaukeeans can experience a taste of the island life - well, at least we can Wednesdays through Sundays. The Sangria Bar will open to the public on Saturday at 4 p.m. and bring tropical-themed drinks, vibes and sounds to Walker's Point.
Bars & Clubs - May 11, 2016
Upgraded Panga Bar & Grill plans a plethora of parties on the lake
Last June, Mike and Kristyn Eitel opened Panga, a bar and grill with water access located on the edge of Upper Nemahbin Lake near Oconomowoc. There's lots of new stuff this season; read on for the deets.
Bars & Clubs - May 9, 2016
First Look: Lucky Chance bar and grill
Lucky Chance quietly opened at the end of April at 6139 W. Beloit Rd., in West Allis, but there's nothing quiet about this bar now that it's open. The space was completely remodeled and is now a "musicians' bar" with live music and a musicians' club.
Marketplace - May 6, 2016
First look: Boston Store's new furniture department
We stopped in at the new Boston Store furniture department in The Shops of Grand Avenue that opened yesterday on the second floor of the location, 331 W. Wisconsin Ave.
Dining - May 6, 2016
Brilliant: O'Lydia's launches Brinner Night
Does everyone love eating breakfast for dinner or "brinner?" It certainly seems that way and so O'Lydia's, 338 S. 1st St., might be Milwaukee's first restaurant to offer a Brinner Night every Tuesday starting May 10.
Bars & Clubs - May 5, 2016
What does a $100 margarita taste like?
I've certainly had my share of Cinco de Mayo margaritas, but today I had my very first $100 margarita at Plum Lounge, 780 N. Jefferson St.
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