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Bars & Clubs - Aug. 27, 2015
The Winchester moves into former Two Bucks' space
A new bar and restaurant concept is coming to the North Avenue bar scene next week when business partners Jay Stamates and Steve Gilbertson open The Winchester in the former Two Bucks space, 2321 N. Murray Ave.
Music - Aug. 25, 2015
"Organ guy" from South Shore Farmers' Market heads for Germany
Anyone who's visited the South Shore Farmers' Market has most likely heard John Miller cranking out sweet sounds from his barrel organ - sometimes called a street organ. This past Sunday was Miller's last local performance for awhile. He leaves Thursday for a 3 1/2-year pipe organ builder's apprenticeship in Kürten, Germany.
Milwaukee Buzz - Aug. 24, 2015
Win $100 for being kind
A Chicago-based organization announced a #WhereKindnessCounts competition to reward people $100 for doing acts of kindness. It's time to get even kinder, Milwaukee.
Tagged with: kindess, contest, Unite4:Good
Music - Aug. 22, 2015
Run-D.M.C. visits the MKE
The fact that a Shorewood resident named Eric "Shake" James and Darryl McDaniels from the legendary hip hip group Run-DMC opened a shoe boutique called Clicks, 1916 E. Capitol Dr., is a compelling story. The fact that McDaniels was at Clicks today, casually meeting fans, signing autographs and telling stories, is even more unbelievable.
Kids & Family - Aug. 20, 2015
Dog and caregiver reunited after a month-long search
Last month, reported on Alana Wooldrige's missing dog, Fenrir, a pitbull she adopted in New Orleans who disappeared from her yard on July 21. After weeks of searching, social media posts and daily interactions with various animal organizations, Alana and Fen were reunited tonight.
Tagged with: dog, missing, reunion, pets
Marketplace - Aug. 20, 2015
10 reasons to dig Aldi
Today, there are more than 9,000 Aldi stores in 18 countries, and 20 in the metro-Milwaukee area. Here are 10 reasons to shop there. And a couple reasons not to.
Tagged with: Aldi, shopping, groceries, food
Bars & Clubs - Aug. 19, 2015
High Dive bar takes the plunge on Saturday
Jason McBrady and coworkers will open High Dive in the former Impala Lounge and Riverhorse space at 701 E. Center St. A grand opening party is set for Saturday.
Dining - Aug. 18, 2015
TomKen's restaurant undergoes major renovation
Because of the popularity of the restaurant, TomKen's Friendly Fried Chicken will undergo a major renovation and expansion project that started quietly this week and will, hopefully, conclude in October. Don't worry, Wing Night isn't going anywhere.
Kids & Family - Aug. 17, 2015
Is this Milwaukee's last piece of "dangerous" playground equipment?
Is this old school piece of playground equipment dangerous or fun or both?
Bars & Clubs - Aug. 17, 2015
Bay View tavern named Wisconsin's Best Dive Bar
Yahoo Travel named Blackbird, 3007 S. Kinnickinnic Ave., as one of the 50 Best Dive Bars in the United States. One bar was picked for each state, and Blackbird got the honors for Wisconsin.
Music - Aug. 17, 2015
Meet hip-hop star "DMC" from Run-D.M.C.
Darryl "D.M.C." McDaniels - of hip-hop group Run-D.M.C. - will be at Clicks, 1916 E. Capitol Dr., on Saturday, Aug, 22 from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m.
Marketplace - Aug. 15, 2015
Woof Walker provides exercise and affection for local pooches
In 2005, after getting downsized from a commercial real estate company, Jill Neyens started a dog walking business, called Woof Walker. Today, she walks between six and 11 times a day.
Festival Guide - Aug. 15, 2015
The gross glory of competitive eating
This year was by far Molly Snyder's best speed eating effort, but after downing a baked potato covered in cheese and three full-sized cream puffs she feels ridiculously bloated. See the glory and grossness in this video.
Bars & Clubs - Aug. 14, 2015
Where have all the lesbian bars gone?
Milwaukee was never a hotbed of lesbian bars, but from the '70s until recently there were always at least a few in operation at the same time. Now there seems to be one, possibly two, women's bars left in the city. The disappearance of lesbian bars is happening in other parts of the country, too. Why is this?
Travel & Visitors Guide - Aug. 12, 2015
Usonian Inn has no vacancy when it comes to comfort and design
Carolina and Theo Dursina purchased the Usonian Inn - a motel in Spring Green designed by an apprentice of Frank Lloyd Wright - in 2007. Recently, drove there for an overnight adventure.
Bars & Clubs - Aug. 12, 2015
Angelo's Lounge changes hands
Angelo's Lounge has been leased by a Milwaukee bar owner.
Festival Guide - Aug. 9, 2015
No bull: State Fair serves up deep-fried testicles
Every year, the Wisconsin State Fair has numerous adventuresome new foods, from chocolate-smothered bacon to deep-fried butter. This year, Big Sky Bar & Grill, located at Third and Central Streets on the north end of the fair grounds, gets the blue ribbon for the fair's boldest grub.
Dining - Aug. 7, 2015
Ian's Pizza expanding; hopes to offer alcohol
Ian's Pizza, 2035 E. North Ave., will close on Sunday, Aug. 9 and expand to include the space next door.
Tagged with: Ian's Pizza, beer, wine, pizza
Milwaukee Buzz - Aug. 7, 2015
15 lush and leafy reasons to visit the Boerner Botanical Gardens
Recently, took a tour of the Boerner Botanical Gardens with garden director, Shirley Dommer Walczak. We took in thousands of lilies in bloom, walked across a bog, snapped photos in front of a waterfall, checked out the collection of local public art and rolled down a hill. We might still have vertigo from the hill rolling.
Arts & Entertainment - Aug. 6, 2015
Local artist wins international henna contest
Earlier this week, Riverwest artist and mom Anita Reed found out she won a contest sponsored by Henna Intensive & Retreat. She will travel next month for a complementary retreat with henna experts in the mountains of California.
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