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Molly Snyder 's Articles
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Dining - Feb. 4, 2016
A behind-the-scenes look at the Bavarian Bierhaus
The Bavarian Inn, which closed in 2011, will reopen as the Bavarian Bierhaus Brewpub and Beer Garden, 700 W. Lexington Blvd, on Tuesday, April 26.
Music - Feb. 4, 2016
Jazzy new CD fulfills Jeannine Rivers' musical dream
Jeannine Rivers is a lifelong Milwaukeean and vocalist who has performed in venues all over the city. She will release her first CD, "Iridescent October," on Saturday, Feb. 6 at The Bay Restaurant in Whitefish Bay.
Living - Feb. 3, 2016
My son's passion for the Rubik's Cube and why most of us have never solved it
I was hoping that my son would love the things that I am passionate about. But this is not how it works. I signed him up for many lessons over the years, but he never completely attached.
Dining - Feb. 3, 2016
Joey Buona's closes, plans to reopen
Today it was announced that, after 14 years, Joey Buona's closed its doors, but there are plans for it to reopen in the future.
Bars & Clubs - Feb. 3, 2016
Rumor Lounge is closed
According to a Facebook post, Rumor Upbeat Lounge has closed.
Bars & Clubs - Feb. 1, 2016
Local event invites ladies to get handcuffed to bar, stave off urination
A recent online argument broke out about an event that will take place at Sabbatic. On Feb. 4., the establishment will host "Cardiac Arrest" from 9:30 p.m. to midnight, offering all you can drink while bound to the bar.
Music - Jan. 30, 2016
First Look: The Gobbler Theater
After two years of anticipation, OnMilwaukee checked out The Gobbler Theater in Johnson Creek last night for a private party. The retro-looking building, which was a supper club from 1969 to 1992, was remodeled into a 405 seat music venue.
Marketplace - Jan. 30, 2016
Enjoyable entertainment spaces generate happy house gatherings
Do you like to entertain friends and family in your home? Four local interior designers share their tips and insights on what makes a successful hang-out space.
Bars & Clubs - Jan. 29, 2016
Local bars say "no dice" to bar dice
The management at Rascal's, Duke's On Water and Scooter's Pub decided to discontinue bar dice on Monday afternoon, according to Rascal's bar manager, Katie Charusch. It did not go over well with customers.
Buzz - Jan. 28, 2016
Wisconsin Mason tackles tough questions after alleged attack plan
OnMilwaukee asks Frank Struble, the Grand Master of Masons in Wisconsin, what the Masons do in Milwaukee, why there are so many conspiracies about the group, if women will ever be inducted and why his group was allegedly targeted by Samy Mohamed Hamzeh.
Arts & Entertainment - Jan. 28, 2016
Storytelling events draw large, attentive crowds
There is no such thing as TMI in the increasingly popular world of storytelling. On stage, people are just as likely to speak about failures, heartbreaks or faux pas as thrilling or enlightening experiences.
Bars & Clubs - Jan. 28, 2016
Beer garden's opening and German Beer Day fall on same Saturday
Saturday, April 23 is the first day of the season and it's also German Beer Day, which celebrates the 500-year anniversary of the Duke of Bavaria proclaiming that a drink can only be called "beer" if it's made from water, barkey, and hops.
Bars & Clubs - Jan. 25, 2016
Brew your own beer at Bru
In the 1990s, brew-your-own-beer operations cropped up in dozens of cities in the United States; however, it was not legal to self-brew in a public facility in Wisconsin until 2012. In early February, Ron Jacobsen will open Brü, Milwaukee's first self-brewery.
Living - Jan. 22, 2016
Art therapy offers health through creative process
Traditional "talk therapy" doesn't work for everyone because some are simply not comfortable verbalizing their feelings. This is where art therapy might work for someone who has suffered a trauma and would like to process it in a more creative way.
Living - Jan. 21, 2016
What I learned from working at the YMCA
While working at the Downtown Y for a decade, senior writer Molly Snyder learned a few valuable lessons. She shares seven of them here, including, "the whirlpool is for arms and legs and backs only."
Music - Jan. 21, 2016
Pablove 7 reunites bands for great cause
The seventh annual benefit concert for the Pablove Foundation takes place Saturday, Jan. 23 at Turner Hall Ballroom, 1034 N. 4th St. This year, the event features six local bands.
Living - Jan. 20, 2016
Paleo Diet provides pleasing path for some people
Although the Paleo Diet is based on consuming foods believed to have been eaten by early humans, for many it's more of a lifestyle than simply "eating like a caveman." Three Milwaukeeans weigh in on the diet.
Bars & Clubs - Jan. 16, 2016
Walker's Point welcomes The Sangria Bar
After a successful six months of hosting weddings, parties and corporate events, the owners of the event venue The Point decided to develop the 5,000-square foot patio attached to the north side of building into The Sangria Bar.
Buzz - Jan. 16, 2016
Local bulldogs star in a book, prepare for a pub visit
Gina Cilento decided to write a kid's book and chose her bulldogs, Mitzi and Mia, to be the main subjects. Recently, Three Lions Pub chose the pooches as their mascots and will host a meet-and-greet next week.
Sports - Jan. 15, 2016
Bring on the Brewcity Bruisers!
The Brewcity Bruisers, Milwaukee's female roller derby, will open their 10th season with a double header on Saturday, Jan. 16. OnMilwaukee asks "VerucAssault" 7 questions in preparation for the big bouts.
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