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Buzz - July 25, 2016
Crossing the street in Wisconsin might kill you
Anyone who walks around the city will notice that the majority of motorists have either forgotten or are unaware that it is illegal not to stop for a pedestrian at a crosswalk. Statistically, more people are dying each year while walking across the street in Wisconsin and walkers have more and more stories about almost getting hit.
Living - July 25, 2016
Shorewood Garden Tour blooms this Saturday
Ready to stop and smell the roses? And the lilies and the poppies and peonies and the violets? Good, because the 2016 Shorewood Garden Tour takes place Saturday, July 30 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Dining - July 23, 2016
Where is the mechanical La Perla pepper now?
OnMilwaukee recently asked La Perla's co-owner what happened to the pepper now that the restaurant was sold.
Buzz - July 22, 2016
Kosciuszko Park offers South Side serenity
Every time we visit "Kosy" we wonder why we don't stop by more. It's peaceful, accessible and a great way to take a quick break from the city bustle and take in some serenity for five minutes, 10 minutes or more.
Bars & Clubs - July 21, 2016
Popular musician poised to open jazz club in Walker's Point
Award-winning musician Evan Christian plans to open a Walker's Point jazz and acoustic live music boutique called Gibraltar in the former Felipe's Place, 538 W. National Ave.
Bars & Clubs - July 21, 2016
VIDEO: Hanging out at Vue, Milwaukee's soon-to-open rooftop patio
Yesterday, OnMilwaukee got a super early sneak peek of Vue, the new rooftop patio and venue coming to Old World Third Street. Watch the Facebook Live video here.
Buzz - July 20, 2016
10 ways to beat the heat when you don't have AC
Here are 10 ways to stay cool on a hot summer night.
Festival Guide - July 20, 2016
11 joyful shots from the Ren Faire
The Bristol Renaissance Faire - which runs weekends through Labor Day - is one of the most earnest, genuine, non-ironic places, populated with some of the most earnest, genuine and non-ironic people. It is, for many, a place of joy.
Music - July 18, 2016
DJ Grand Master O throws down the beats in Brew City and beyond
DJ Grand Master O is one of Milwaukee's busiest DJs, with multiple standing weekly gigs including Fridays on the Edelweiss Boat Line's late night cruises. We recently caught up with Grand Master O and chatted about his music, family, goals, hair and more.
Marketplace - July 15, 2016
Rusty Sprocket shop owners opening Sprocket Cafe
In 2013, brother and sister Dave and Juliet Popovic opened Rusty Sprocket Antiques, a corner antique shop located at 3391 S. Kinnickinnic Ave. in Bay View. By the end of the summer, they will open the Sprocket Cafe in the space next door.
Dining - July 14, 2016
La Perla sold, closing Saturday
After 21 years of offering Mexican food and mechanical pepper rides, La Perla, 734 S 5th St., will close on Saturday, July 16. La Perla opened in 1995 with just 10 tables and later expanded to occupy three buildings with two outdoor patios.
Buzz - July 13, 2016
9 reasons to bounce into Bounce
Bay View's Bounce Milwaukee is as much of a grown-up destination as it is a kid zone. Adults can jump, slide, laser, climb, box, play video games, sumo wrestle and more, in between drinking beers or cocktails and eating healthy (or not healthy) food.
Arts & Entertainment - July 12, 2016
Pierluissi presents 52 poppy pantings
Adrienne Pierluissi, who owns The Sugar Maple in Bay View, will display 52 paintings at Lakeshore State Park on Sunday, July 17, from 3 to 7 p.m. It is the fourth and final installation of the show.
Festival Guide - July 11, 2016
MKE Underground: 100 festival pick-up lines
For generations, outdoor festivals have served as mating grounds for randy and romantic hopefuls. However, if you're not sure how to break the ice with someone who's rocking your festival world, OnMilwaukee offers pick-up lines that might be worth a try.
Festival Guide - July 10, 2016
The WhiskeyBelles poured out the joy at Summerfest
The WhiskeyBelles stormed the U.S. Cellular Connection Stage just a minute after 8 p.m. tonight, armored in summer dresses and cowgirl boots and strapped with stringed instruments. They put on a high-energy show that was quite possibly the epitome of good energy.
Festival Guide - July 8, 2016
Rebel Stage Spotlight: Eoin McCarthy
Eoin McCarthy is the founder and main organizer of the indie, volunteer-run Rebel Stage at Summerfest. He is also the lead singer and songwriter for Whiskey of the Damned, who will perform tonight at 7:30 at their new CD release party.
Festival Guide - July 8, 2016
Violent Femmes serve up more than nostalgia at Summerfest
The thousands of us who came to the Violent Femmes' show Thursday night at Summerfest were attracted for many of the same reasons. But mostly, we came to connect with the trio that made Milwaukee music famous.
Festival Guide - July 7, 2016
Rebel Stage spotlight: Donoma
Depending on who you ask, the band Donoma - playing the Rebel Stage on Saturday at 4:30 p.m. - can be described as rock and roll with an edge and a conscience, aggressive melodic rock, eclectic gypsy rock, glam and punk and cabaret or woo hoo.
Festival Guide - July 6, 2016
Female fest-goers solve public restroom problem
There's been a load of emphatic public debate all over the country about who should be allowed to use which bathroom. And yet, for decades, women have consistently and quietly taken matters into their own hands to resolve restroom dissatisfaction.
Festival Guide - July 5, 2016
Rebel Stage spotlight: Hip-hop polka band November Criminals
This is the second year the world's only non-ironic polka hip-hop band, the November Criminals, will play the Rebel Stage. They'll bring their unique mashup of music genres to the Rebel Stage on Tuesday night at 9 p.m.
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