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#RaiseMKE - Dec. 7, 2016
MobCraft apologizes for offensive beer concept, acknowledges racist labels
MobCraft CEO Henry Schwartz first apologized for a proposed beer called "Date Grape" and when asked about three of the craft brewery's previous labels that contain racial stereotypes he promised future labels would not include the imagery.
Holiday Guide - Dec. 7, 2016
Pfister Marketplace returns with new, creative gifts
For the second year, The Pfister Marketplace popped up inside the former Roger Steven's shop in the opulent lobby of the Pfister Hotel, 424 E. Wisconsin Ave. The marketplace features art of all kinds created by 65 Milwaukee-based artists.
Bars & Clubs - Dec. 5, 2016
Westallion Brewing Co. races to the finish line
In the past few years, West Allis has upped its style with numerous new, contemporary shops, bars and eateries. In early 2017, West Allis will welcome its first brewery, Westallion Brewing Co. An open house is slated at the brewery for Friday, Dec. 16.
Holiday Guide - Dec. 5, 2016
St. Nick's: a merry Milwaukee tradition
The observance of St. Nicholas Day - often just called "St. Nick's" - lands on the short list of primarily-in-Milwaukee occurrences like Bloody Mary chasers, candy raisins and the word "bubbler." It takes place tonight!
Holiday Guide - Dec. 4, 2016
#WeWant: 6 terrible Milwaukee gifts
Even though there are some very un-material Milwaukeeans out there, there are certain gifts that most of us would poo poo. It's not that these presents are completely offensive to all, it's just ... no.
Holiday Guide - Dec. 2, 2016
#WeWant: 14 St. Nick's stocking or shoe stuffers
Observing St. Nicholas Day - aka "St. Nick's," Tuesday, Dec. 6. - means you fill stockings or shoes on the evening of Monday, Dec. 5. And this, in turn, means if you have not done your shopping yet, you'd better get on it this weekend.
Bars & Clubs - Nov. 30, 2016
Best Place wedding couples share names, dates and more
It's not unusual for Best Place at Pabst to have two weddings on a Friday or Saturday, but Nov. 26 was unique because both of the couples to be hitched were named Carly and Nick.
Bars & Clubs - Nov. 30, 2016
Drink Wisconsinbly and SoulBoxer are giving away free booze bubbler
You might have dreamed of a "Booze Bubbler," but did you know Drink Wisconsinbly actually has one that dispenses SoulBoxer Old Fashioned? But wait, it gets better: they are giving it away.
Dining - Nov. 30, 2016
Kitchfix delivers healthy, sensible meals to your door
Josh Katt founded Kitchfix, a meal delivery service that's always free of gluten, dairy, corn and soy products. "Kitchfix provides people with convenient, clean, crave-able and consciously prepared meals," says Katt.
#RaiseMKE - Nov. 29, 2016
"What can I do to help Milwaukee?" Here are 12 answers
We ask ourselves what we can do to improve the struggles in the city, but perhaps we don't need to try to "figure it out," because there are compassionate, professional people who already know. Let's trust them and give them what they need to strengthen and heal Milwaukee: sponsorship, support and money.
Marketplace - Nov. 28, 2016
Owner of Dogg Haus and Plum Lounge revs up another venture
Mazen Muna, owner of the Dogg Haus restaurants, Plum Lounge and Metro Car Wash is starting a new venture: opening upscale auto service stations for the tenants of Downtown buildings. His first location will be in the 833 Building.
Arts & Entertainment - Nov. 25, 2016
Like the planet, Firer's "The Transit of Venus" rotates in a different direction
Holiday shopping this weekend for any literary lovers? Earlier this year, The Backwaters Press published Susan Firer's most recent collection of poetry called "The Transit of Venus."
Buzz - Nov. 23, 2016
Abele shares vision for parks, Domes, beer gardens and more
2016 has been an intense year for seemingly everyone and everything, including the Milwaukee County Parks. There was upheaval and controversy, but also numerous positive parks moments. According to County Executive Chris Abele, there are more to come.
#RaiseMKE - Nov. 21, 2016
Milwaukee Talks: WNOV's Sherwin Hughes
Sherwin Hughes, a talk show host on black-owned WNOV (AM-860), provides a much-needed African American voice on Milwaukee radio that offers black opinion and commentary.
Bars & Clubs - Nov. 18, 2016
Opening date set for new Walker's Point jazz club
In July, OnMilwaukee announced that award-winning musician Evan Christian planned to open a jazz lounge called Gibraltar at 538 W. National Ave. in Walker's Point.
Dining - Nov. 18, 2016
Rapid review: Bavette La Boucherie
It's been three years since Chef Karen Bell opened Bavette - a butcher shop and restaurant - in the Third Ward. Recently OnMilwaukee stopped in for lunch.
Arts & Entertainment - Nov. 16, 2016
Meet the Pfister's writer; apply to be the hotel's artist
Dominic Inouye chats here about his life as The Pfister Hotel's Narrator: what he's learned so far, what he's doing and where he's going with the opportunity. The Pfister is also in search of its next Artist in Residence to move into the studio April 1, 2017.
#RaiseMKE - Nov. 16, 2016
ZIPMKE is code for photography, community and change
There are 27 different zip codes in the City of Milwaukee and Dominic Inouye - with help from local photographers, friends and fellow Milwaukeeans - plans to photograph all of them via a new project called ZIPMKE.
Travel & Visitors Guide - Nov. 14, 2016
Knickerbocker Hotel serves as home sweet home or home away from home
The crystal chandeliers, vaulted ceiling and terrazzo floors reflect beauty and opulence, but despite its grandeur, The Knickerbocker On The Lake has a very homey feel to it.
Buzz - Nov. 11, 2016
Impassioned Army vet and politician endured foster system, cancer
Tiffany Koehler spent 14 years serving in the United States Army. To this day, after experiencing a series of challenges, Koehler remains proud of her time in the military and "the men and women who monitor and respond as our nation calls."
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