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Marketplace - April 26, 2015
8 businesses we can't believe are still open
Who goes to a store just to buy pens? Or scuba flippers? Or lamp shades? These are questions we might ask ourselves while driving by some of these shops.
Living - April 26, 2015
PurpleStride raises awareness of pancreatic cancer
PurpleStride is the signature event of the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network. In 2015, the 5K run and family-friendly walk takes place on Sunday, May 17 at Miller Park.
Marketplace - April 25, 2015
Pete the cobbler shines in work and family
When the Rolling Stones came to Milwaukee in 2005, drummer Charlie Watts needed work done on the heel of his boot. He took it to be repaired by Peter Gerasopoulos, a legendary local cobbler who runs a shop, simply called Cobbler Shoe Service, at 827 W. Oklahoma Ave.
Movies & TV - April 24, 2015
De Ruyter relishes Wisconsin culture in new supper club documentary
Wisconsin native Holly De Ruyter recently completed the documentary "Old Fashioned: The Story of the Wisconsin Supper Club." The film is now available for purchase and will be screened in Milwaukee later this year.
Arts & Entertainment - April 18, 2015
France-born Marin tattoos Milwaukee
Laurent Marin learned the art of tattooing by practicing on his own skin while growing up in Grenoble, France. Today, he co-owns Old Salt Tattooers in Bay View.
Travel & Visitors Guide - April 18, 2015
Seven Seat Bike Tours take riders 'round the city
There are a plethora of vehicles that offer unique ways to explore Milwaukee, from the Pedal Tavern to a Segway to a seven-seat bike. Shlomo Levin is the owner of Milwaukee Seven Seat Bike Tours, a seasonal business that takes riders on city adventures via a "conference bike."
Dining - April 17, 2015
Brady Street welcomes La Masa Empanada Bar
La Masa Empanada Bar will soon open on Brady Street in the former World of Beer location, 1300 E. Brady St.
Dining - April 16, 2015
Updated: Mama's on Burleigh closing on Sunday
According to an employee, Mama's Italian Cuisine, 7718 W. Burleigh St., will close this Sunday after dinner service.
Arts & Entertainment - April 16, 2015
17 striking Milwaukee murals
Milwaukee is a mural-iffic city featuring murals of all sizes in many different parts of the city. Some do a better job incorporating the architectural elements of the given space than others, but all of them are colorful and conspicuous.
Dining - April 14, 2015
The cheapest brats and subs in town?
Husband-and-wife team Rita and Al Hill opened Biggie Subs & Deli Shop, 6602 W. Lisbon Ave., on April 1.
Milwaukee Buzz - April 13, 2015
Celebrate 414 Milwaukee Day
Tuesday, April 14 is officially (or unofficially) 414 Milwaukee Day - which represents a movement dedicated to celebrating the city by way of our area code. Here are numerous ways to enjoy the day.
Marketplace - April 12, 2015
Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum announces preview show
The world's first Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum will open in Milwaukee and the curators recently announced its first, temporary location.
Kids & Family - April 12, 2015
How did the once-struggling Betty Brinn Museum clear 20 years?
Two decades ago, the Betty Brinn Museum was in financial danger. Today the children's museum is thriving and welcomes 200,000 visitors every year. It wasn't an easy road, but one that executive director Fern Shupeck was determined to walk.
Dining - April 11, 2015
Mo's owners plan for Pomodoro Pizzeria
Milwaukee restaurateur John Vassallo - aka "Johnny V" - will co-open Pomodoro Pizzeria and Pub at 717 N. Planktinton Ave. in the former Mo's Cocina space.
Marketplace - April 11, 2015
Local designer braves new waters with Viking Screams
Fred Gillich, a designer who started the local business Too Much Metal 15 years ago, decided he wanted to create his own scent. And so, along with the help of a few friends, he concocted Viking Screams, an essential oil for both men and women.
Living - April 9, 2015
Community garden project seeks support
The Green Team of WI and Wisconsin Landscape Contractors Association (WLCA) have embarked on a pro bono community garden project and will soon develop a new community garden at 27th and Richardson, near Downtown Milwaukee.
Marketplace - April 4, 2015
A new face perks up the local coffee scene
TJ Sizemore loves coffee and those with the same passion might want to keep an eye on this up-and-coming java junkie. He is the co-organizer of the Milwaukee Coffee Festival and plans to soon open a retail coffee store.
Arts & Entertainment - April 4, 2015
Beloved mom blogger brings open-book honesty to Tosa
Glennon Doyle Melton - renowned blogger behind Momastery and a best-selling author - sees life as a "brutiful" experience, meaning somewhere between brutal and beautiful. And Melton, a former alcoholic, bulimic and all-around self-loather, is willing to talk about all of it during her upcoming visit to Wauwatosa.
Arts & Entertainment - April 3, 2015
Cudahy artist and surfer inspired by California culture
Dave Hansen was born in California but his family moved away when he was very young and before he could remember living there. Today, Hansen lives in Cudahy with his wife and 2-year-old son and works as a full-time, freelance artist who creates tiki carvings and other "Polynesian pop" pieces. He also surfs on Lake Michigan.
Marketplace - March 31, 2015
5 Hearts Boutique closing soon
After five years in business, 5 Hearts Boutique, 153 N. Milwaukee St., is closing. Mother-and-daughter team Kelly and Mary Jo Mansell opened the women's clothing and gift boutique in 2010.
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