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Travel & Visitors Guide - April 21, 2014
First look: Potawatomi's new (and still under-construction) hotel
Earlier today, OnMilwaukee.com toured the still-under-construction Potawatomi Bingo Casino hotel. Here's a sneak peek.
Marketplace - April 20, 2014
Customers crazy for Half Nuts
For 24 years, Mary and William Ziegler have owned and operated candy and nut shop, Half Nuts, 9617 W. Greenfield Ave., in West Allis. Over the decades, they have seen a lot of changes in the industry and, despite the name and the increased sugar intake, seem to have remained sane.
Kids & Family - April 20, 2014
Overnight at the museum exceeds expectations
The Milwaukee Public Museum offers kids ages 6-12 and their parents or guardians the chance to sleep overnight and experience a whole new side of the facility. Just don't forget to bring a flashlight, a floor mat and a sense of adventure.
Living - April 19, 2014
Motivo Tour upends the walker world
Milwaukee has been the birthplace of many inventions throughout history. In this spirit, Jeremy Knopow and Jennifer Harris created the Motivo Tour which they believe is unike any other walking aid on the market.
Sports - April 17, 2014
Might we miss winter?
Even though, it seems, half of my Facebook friends are photographing their naked feet on a Florida beach, I am OK ice skating during spring break. Mostly.
Dining - April 17, 2014
Dino's returns with Italian food, family
Anthony and Lawrence Lococo quietly reopened their grandparents' Riverwest bar, Dino's, last winter and will soon open the kitchen.
Milwaukee Buzz - April 14, 2014
Celebrate Milwaukee Day
Today we shall celebrate our fine, fine city. Why? Because it's "414" day, which is not only the date, April 14, but also Milwaukee's area code. Clever, isn't it? Here are a few suggestions to make today the Milwaukee-est.
Arts & Entertainment - April 13, 2014
Milwaukee blacksmith hammers out plans for a School of Iron
Kent Knapp, the "Milwaukee Blacksmith," has been honing his craft for 19 years and now he's offering Blacksmithing 101 classes and is about to raise funds for a School of Iron.
Milwaukee Buzz - April 13, 2014
Expert explains wild turkeys on the loose
Scott Diehl, the wildlife manager at the Wisconsin Humane Society, explains why there are so many turkeys strutting around town.
Bars & Clubs - April 12, 2014
Career bartenders tip the scales of professionalism
Style, charisma, service. You know a keeper of a barkeep when you have one. Meet a few of Milwaukee's finest bartenders who are in it for the long haul.
Marketplace - April 12, 2014
Fell's free Yelp workshop
Rachel Fell, who lives in Milwaukee, is a marketing director for the San Francisco-based Yelp and one of her job-related missions is to help people understand Yelp's offerings. She will host a free workshop at Anodyne on Friday, April 18.
Arts & Entertainment - April 9, 2014
Are you "Milwaukee's best" of anything?
A photographer is in town working on a Milwaukee Art Museum-commissioned project and he's looking for "Milwaukee's best" of anything and everything. Are you Milwaukee's best citizen or oldest citizen or dog owner or girl scout or ...? Jim wants to meet you.
Travel & Visitors Guide - April 9, 2014
Race to Indy for fab food, urban trails and a run-in with a yeti
Senior writer Molly Snyder had never been to Indianapolis before, so she really wasn't sure what she'd find, but after a long weekend and a lot of investigating, she came home eager to share what she discovered with Milwaukeeans who might want to take Indy for a spin.
Marketplace - April 6, 2014
Fein Brothers gives back with Soup Kitchen Makeover
Fein Brothers, 2007 N. Martin Luther King Dr., has sold food service equipment to restaurants and cooks of all kinds for 85 years. In honor of the anniversary, the staff wanted to do something to give back.
Marketplace - April 5, 2014
Luv Unlimited celebrates 10 years of Bay View bliss
In April 2004, Sage Schwarm and Becky Heck opened Luv Unlimited, 2649 S. Kinnickinnic Ave. The funky, creative shop sells, primarily, used and new vintage clothing, but also has a fab selection of sunglasses, jewelry, record albums, American Apparel items, incense, tights ... and more sunglasses.
Dining - April 5, 2014
Why is there only one White Castle in Wisconsin?
Almost everyone in Wisconsin has a White Castle hamburger experience, and yet, few of those experiences actually took place in Wisconsin. Although the mini-hamburger chain has 405 locations in the United States, only one of them is in the Dairy State.
Sports - April 3, 2014
A female racing sausage?
I was feeling a little blah today - thanks, seven-year winter - when I received a message from my pal Lisa Roe asking me and OnMilwaukee.com food writer / contributor Lori Fredrich what our thoughts are about including a female racing sausage to the Brewers' lineup.
Arts & Entertainment - March 30, 2014
Translator to exhibit photo essay on adoption
Doug Johnson will have his first gallery show, called "Adoption At A Glance," on Gallery Night next month. The exhibit visually tells the challenging but rewarding story of adoption through Johnson's lens. The show will include 20-30 photos in black-and-white, color and sepia depicting the everyday life of the twins.
Arts & Entertainment - March 27, 2014
Goodbye, "witch's house"
No Milwaukee high school experience, including my own, was complete without a trip or two to the "witch's house."
Marketplace - March 27, 2014
Haymarket Candy Store serves as the museum's sweet spot
A stroll down the gaslit lanes of the Streets of Old Milwaukee exhibit at the Milwaukee Public Museum is not complete unless it includes a stop at the water pump, a salutation to "grandma" rocking on the porch and a visit to the Haymarket Candy Store.
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