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Bars & Clubs - June 28, 2016
School Yard Bar & Grill is closed
The School Yard Bar & Grill, 1815 E. Kenilworth Pl., is closed.
Marketplace - June 28, 2016
Dragonfly on Brady closing after holidays
After 16 years, Annette French plans to close the doors to Dragonfly, 1117 E. Brady St., in early 2017. Dragonfly, a funky hive of new and vintage goodies, was one of the East Side's go-to shops for gifts, clothing, jewelry and unique household items.
Bars & Clubs - June 27, 2016
MKE's Smallest Bar is at large on Brady Street
Josh Malone - who co-owns Malone's On Brady - along with the owner of the neighboring bar Club Brady, Mike Lee, turned the tiny and scruffy outdoor space between their businesses into an eight-seat outdoor tavern called, aptly, MKE's Smallest Bar.
Festival Guide - June 24, 2016
Summerfest picks: Molly Snyder
It's senior writer Molly Snyder's umpteenth Summerfest, and here's what she hopes to check out during the 11-day music festival, including Willie Nelson, Black Violin, Garbage, Whiskeybelles, Common, Def Lepperd and more. See you there!
Marketplace - June 23, 2016
City's first surf shop rolling into Shorewood
Jake and Alaina Bresette will open Milwaukee's first surf shop, Lake Effect Surf Shop, in mid-July at 1926 E. Capitol Dr. The couple, who are both surfers, chose the location, in part, because of its proximity to Atwater Beach.
Buzz - June 22, 2016
A visit to Postman's Plot
There's a new pop-up park on Wells and 2nd Streets called Postman's Plot, a small greenspace celebrating the founding of the National Association of Letter Carriers. Yesterday we stopped by to deliver our love letters to Milwaukee.
Buzz - June 22, 2016
Would you get a tattoo of your work logo? This OnMilwaukee writer did
Fifteen years ago, Molly Snyder left a "good" job at a publishing company for a questionably stable job at OnMilwaukee. Some thought she was nuts, but she never looked back. Recently, in honor of her anniversary, Molly got the company logo inked on her arm. See the video here.
Music - June 20, 2016
MKE Underground: The night Turner Hall got doused with 1,000 liters of Faygo
When OnMilwaukee senior writer Molly Snyder found out the Insane Clown Posse was coming to perform at Turner Hall, the self-described "experience junkie," and amateur sociologist, knew she had to go and witness the sticky mayhem for herself.
Buzz - June 16, 2016
9 photos from the Harley-Davidson Museum's new "Drag Racing" exhibit
"Drag Racing: America's Fast Time," which opens to the public tomorrow - Friday, June 17 - at the Harley-Davidson Museum, explores the history and culture of the men and women who are innovators, risk takers and, in short, obsessed with speed.
Dining - June 16, 2016
Taco Bandito coming to Walker's Point
A new Mexican restaurant, Taco Bandito, will soon open at 605 S. 1st St. in the Walker's Point Plaza between Cafe India and the gas station.
Arts & Entertainment - June 16, 2016
Cancer survivor and caregiver pen books about their individual experiences
Sue Knight and Andrew Pain, who were married last year, both wrote books providing different views of Knight's battle against breast cancer. The couple will host a book signing at People's Books Cooperative in Riverwest on Saturday, June 18.
Bars & Clubs - June 15, 2016
First Look: Good City Brewing
OnMilwaukee got a sneak peek of Good City Brewing this afternoon - and sampled four of its onsite-brewed beers. Here's a first look of the brewery, located on Farwell Avenue in the space that was formerly Crank Daddy's Bicycle Works.
Buzz - June 15, 2016
Shorewood shines with the world's only "invisible house"
You might think that searching for a home referred to as "the invisible house" would be tough to find. It also might raise questions like, "Is there an invisible garage?" and "What about the inhabitants? Are they invisible, too?" Well, here's the scoop, folks.
Travel & Visitors Guide - June 14, 2016
7 photos from Grant Park's "haunted" Seven Bridges
At Seven Bridges there's a covered bridge with the inscription "Enter this wild wood and view the haunts of nature" and the witchy words are, in part, why the park is said to be haunted. OnMilwaukee was there today but, unfortunately, didn't experience anything supernatural.
Festival Guide - June 13, 2016
12 photos from the Milwaukee Pride Parade
The Pride Parade, which took place Sunday on 2nd Street in Walker's Point, drew perhaps the largest crowd of all time, packing the street for blocks and filling the neighborhood with, literally, love and rainbows.
Travel & Visitors Guide - June 10, 2016
Lake Geneva getaway packs in food, fun, magic and adventure
Less than an hour from Milwaukee, Lake Geneva is a beautiful vacation destination for a day trip, weekend getaway or full-on family vacation. Whether you're on water or land, there is plenty to do and see in this quaint and historic resort town.
Festival Guide - June 8, 2016
Evil genius potty mouth Sarah Silverman tops PrideFest comedy lineup
Anyone who is easily offended or not a fan of satirical commentary should probably steer clear of the Sarah Silverman stand-up show at PrideFest this Friday. But those of us who are smitten with Sarah will be there, ready for hilarity.
Bars & Clubs - June 7, 2016
Yokohama 1910 takes over Yield bar space
Yokohama 1910, a ramen restaurant specializing in draft cocktails, will soon open in the former Yield space, 1932 E. Kenilworth Pl. The business is the latest venture from StandEatDrink Hospitality Group, which owns Movida and the upcoming Madrid Hotel.
Travel & Visitors Guide - June 6, 2016
How to avoid bloodsucking bedbugs when traveling
The disturbing fact is, bedbugs are found everywhere - from cheap flop houses to the most opulent hotels. Randy Rupert, team leader of Batzner Pest Control's bedbug services, shares tips on how to prevent bringing these vampire bugs home from hotels.
Sports - June 6, 2016
Autograph collectors get aggressive, annoy people and have a lot of fun
Autograph collectors - or "graphers" as they are called in the field - are a weird, fascinating and often misunderstood group. There are five or six diehards in Milwaukee, a few who sell the autographs for money, but others, like Julie Thorsen, who do it solely for fun.
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