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Dining - July 28, 2015
Colectivo name change celebrates two-year anniversary
Exactly two years ago today, first reported that Alterra Coffee was changing its name to Colectivo. Do you still call it "Alterra" or has the "new" name stuck?
Kids & Family - July 27, 2015
Help find Fen!
Last week, Fen - a 2-year-old pitbull - was most likely taken from his backyard in the Harambee neighborhood. His best friend and caregiver, Alana Wooldridge, would really like to get him back.
Tagged with: missing dog, pets, pitbull
Dining - July 26, 2015
Panga's vacation vibe breaks the Milwaukee monotony recently made the trek out to Panga and realized that it really wasn't much of a trek at all. Mike and Kristyn Eitel, who also own The Nomad and the BelAir chain, acquired the Oconomowoc-based Panga in early June.
Arts & Entertainment - July 25, 2015
Was the giant slip 'n' slide a success?
Here's a review - and a video - of today's giant waterslide that stretched across four blocks in Downtown Milwaukee.
Travel & Visitors Guide - July 25, 2015
15 enchanting photos from Bookworm Gardens
Bookworm gardens in Sheboygan is a magical place featuring creative, gorgeous gardens representing more than 65 children's books. It makes a great day trip for Milwaukeeans of all ages.
Milwaukee Buzz - July 23, 2015
12 bodacious Ren Faire bosoms
Some go to the Renaissance Faire for the turkey legs, but some go for the buffet of breasts.
Festival Guide - July 23, 2015
From bawdy to beautiful: 10 Ren Faire experiences
Here are 10 things to do at the Faire. And no, "let your geek flag fly" did not make the list.
Arts & Entertainment - July 22, 2015
Gallery Night spotlight: Material Studio + Gallery
Earlier this month, Melissa Dorn Richards and Pamela Anderson transformed the top floor of the Marshall Building, 207 E. Buffalo St., and introduced Milwaukee to Material Studio + Gallery. The 6,900-square foot space formerly housed Plaid Tuba. Material will be open to the public on both Gallery Night and Day, July 24-25.
Arts & Entertainment - July 21, 2015
20,000 pages of kindness inspired by one empty Little Free Library
A few weeks ago, I posted a blog about how my Little Free Library had been emptied out, repeatedly. Two days later, I received a very generous email.
Arts & Entertainment - July 18, 2015
Walker mural creates controversy, conversation
This past week, a mural with Gov. Scott Walker's face and the words "down with the bitches and the hoes" went up on the side of the building that houses South Shore Gallery & Framing, 2627 S. Kinnickinnic Ave.
Marketplace - July 16, 2015
Milwaukee man and Run-D.M.C. member open Shorewood sneaker shop
Eric "Shake" James, who lived in Milwaukee most of his life and in Shorewood for the past 12 years, and Darryl "DMC" McDaniels, one of the three founding members of Run-D.M.C., recently opened Clicks, 1931 E. Capitol Dr.
Dining - July 16, 2015
Milwaukee frozen yogurt guide
Even though custard will always be Milwaukee's frozen treat sweetheart, froyo is seemingly here to stay and available in most neighborhoods.
Tagged with: frozen yogurt, froyo, dessert
Dining - July 15, 2015
Are "parklets" safe for diners and drinkers?
Because parklets jut out into the street, the question of safety often arises. Recently in Los Angeles, a driver crashed into a parklet. Although nothing this tragic has happened in Brew City, some Milwaukeeans still say they feel safer sitting on the sidewalk or in a patio behind the business.
Bars & Clubs - July 12, 2015
Featured bartender: Blue Jacket's Alissa Gonyea recently stopped in at Blue Jacket to chat with bartender Alissa Gonyea about teaching in MPS, traveling, craft cocktailing and how she won a car.
Kids & Family - July 11, 2015
Talented teen makes peace with autism through art
People create art for many different reasons including out of desire, with the intention to heal, for the sake of entertainment or out of sheer compulsion. Malachi Schmidt, a 13-year-old who has drawn since he was about 5, has his own reasons. Schmidt says painting and drawing make him feel "normal," good and like everyone else.
Marketplace - July 8, 2015
Dealers of American dreams: House of Harley-Davidson
In this first article in a series of Harley-Davidson dealership profiles, chats with House of Harley-Davidson owner John Schaller about the company's history, the popularity of Sons Of Anarchy, the power of a clean bike and what it feels like to ride a Harley.
Festival Guide - July 3, 2015
Underwood captivates audience, including a non pop-country fan
Carrie Underwood's performance at the Marcus Amphitheater was one of her first since returning from maternity leave. But she doesn't get accolades just for being on stage as a new mom - she delivered a 21-song, 90-minute performance that kept the audience on their feet, singing along and completely engaged.
Music - July 1, 2015
Napolitano cements solo career with "Naked"
Johnette Napolitano is a singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, author and artist who spent 30 years, more or less, with the alternative rock band Concrete Blonde. She will play a solo show at Shank Hall on Friday, July 10. Tickets are available now.
Milwaukee Buzz - June 30, 2015
Is it stealing if you empty a Little Free Library?
In the past month, our Little Free Library has been completely cleaned out three times. Is this taking the "free" in Little Free Library too far?
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