Advertise on OnMilwaukee.com

Search OnMilwaukee.com


« Previous 1 2 3 ... 176 Next »
Molly Snyder 's Articles
Now showing 1-20 of 3501 results.
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.
Bars & Clubs - May 4, 2016
5 deliciosas Milwaukee margaritas
Tomorrow 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.
Bars & Clubs - May 4, 2016
Ultimate Bloody loads up the local goodies
After seeing a glut of photos on Facebook of Bloody Marys piled high with everything from a half-dozen deviled eggs to an entire chicken, we finally experienced one of these decadent Bloodies at Downtown's The Loaded Slate.
Living - May 3, 2016
Colorful dancing condoms prevent cat overpopulation
To further the point that Mittens isn't able to cloak his joker, representatives of PETA will be in Downtown Milwaukee on Wednesday, May 4, dressed up in large pink and blue condom costumes.
Bars & Clubs - May 2, 2016
What to expect from Nine Below golf tavern, opening below Beans & Barley
This summer, David and Marla Poytinger - who also own Splash Studio - plan to open Nine Below, a "maker's golf tavern" in the space below Beans & Barley, 1905 E. North Ave. See renderings of the 7,000-square foot space after the renovation process.
Bars & Clubs - May 2, 2016
Featured bartender: Walker's Pint's Ramón Melendez
Ramón Melendez has bartended at Walker's Pint for almost six years, but he started in the service industry many years prior. His smile, quick service and positive energy contribute to the overall good vibe at The Pint, and further proves that it's not a spot only for lesbians.
Buzz - April 29, 2016
On Arbor Day or any day, Milwaukee's trees keep giving
How many trees are in the city of Milwaukee? What deadly disease is currently killing many of our trees? Can you really find out the age of a tree by counting the rings? Where are the most spectacular trees located? Read on to get the skinny on Brew City's trees.
Movies & TV - April 29, 2016
5 quirky Channel 10 auction items
There is something very familiar and comforting about the Channel 10 Great TV Auction, which starts today and runs through Saturday, May 7. Recently, we perused the items which are available and found five that are quite unique.
Bars & Clubs - April 28, 2016
Phoenix Lounge takes over Duplex space
Robert King and Ryan Bonen will soon open The Phoenix Lounge in the former Duplex, 785 N. Jefferson St. King and Bonen also own the Bad Genie, which is next door to the future Phoenix, and the kitchen inside Yield Bar, called Comiskey's, 1932 E. Kenilworth Pl.
Buzz - April 27, 2016
Riverwest24 registration process switches gears
This year, the process to apply for a coveted spot in the Riverwest 24 will change, according to co-organizer Steve Whitlow.
Bars & Clubs - April 27, 2016
Dopp's serves up tasty food in slice-of-life tavern setting
Dopp's is a cozy tavern in West Allis with food, drink, live music and more. It's been a slow build for owner Tammy Dopp, but her hard work is finally starting to pay off.
Buzz - April 26, 2016
Why you should wear jeans to work on Wednesday
April is Sexual Assault Awareness month and in order to raise awareness, Mayor Tom Barrett endorses Denim Day on Wednesday, April 27 as a way to build a community of support for survivors.
Arts & Entertainment - April 25, 2016
Milwaukee Talks: Poet Laureate Matt Cook
April is Poetry Month, hence OnMilwaukee tracked down the witty Matt Cook who is Milwaukee's Poet Laureate until 2017 and asked him about writing, how Milwaukee rates as a poetry town and why so many people dislike poetry.
Marketplace - April 25, 2016
Brew City Boxes closes for good, selling boxes
After four years in business, Brew City Boxes is going out of business. Bay View's Chris Gross started the service to provide rentable, reusable boxes to people for local moves, but there just wasn't enough interest.
Bars & Clubs - April 24, 2016
Cloud Red forms in old Village Pub space
Next month, Rebecca Goldberger and Lis Duggan plan to open Cloud Red in the former Village Pub space, 4488 N. Oakland Ave. in Shorewood.
Bars & Clubs - April 24, 2016
Water Street Brewery mixes it up with swing top bottles
Twenty years ago, Water Street Brewery started offering its beer to go in growlers, and recently introduced 16-ounce swing top bottles. They are for sale at all four locations: Downtown, Grafton, Lake Country and Oak Creek.
Dining - April 22, 2016
Jackson Grill serves as city's South Side supper club
The cozy Jackson Grill, with the tagline "Milwaukee's Supper Club," features classic '50s supper club decor - from linen table cloths to bread baskets - along with a 16-stool bar, a small dining area and some of Milwaukee's finest steaks and Old Fashioneds.
Music - April 22, 2016
Prince billboards now visible in Milwaukee
In tribute to the passing of Prince, Lamar Advertising created two Prince billboards that are running on digital billboards across the country.
« Previous 1 2 3 ... 176 Next »