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Milwaukee Buzz - Sept. 21, 2014
Locals weigh in on "no poo" trend
The ditching of commercial shampoo has become popular enough to gain the moniker "no poo." Could you do it? We found Milwaukeeans who did and and others who simply cannot.
Arts & Entertainment - Sept. 20, 2014
Cass Street creatures get new "clothing"
Sixteen years ago, Marina Lee sculpted and painted a group of whimsical public art "creatures" for the Cass Street School playground, 1647 N. Cass St. Lee is currently repainting five of the colorful animal hybrids for the first time.
Marketplace - Sept. 20, 2014
Gary's Pet Jungle celebrates 20 wild years
This summer, Gary Johnson celebrated two decades of owning his pet and pet supply store, Gary's Pet Jungle, 2857 S. Howell Ave. During that, says Johnson, "I've been bitten way less by gerbils than hamsters."
Marketplace - Sept. 19, 2014
Milwaukee Blacksmith selected as finalist for Martha Stewart awards
Milwaukee Blacksmith is a finalist for The 2014 Martha Stewart American Made Awards. Now's the time to vote for this local, family-owned company.
Bars & Clubs - Sept. 19, 2014
Uptowner bar owners share tales of the beautiful people
The Uptowner - aka "home of the beautiful people" - turns 130 this month and will celebrate with a free bash on Saturday, Sept. 20. Recently, we spent a Thursday afternoon listening to owner Steve Johnson's stories - as well as his wife Shawnette Smart's myriad tales. Some of the yarns were funny, some sad, some unfit to print, but all of them were told with the heart and wit that explain why the Uptowner has been frequented by so many people - from the uber glamorous to the down-and-out.
Arts & Entertainment - Sept. 18, 2014
Plein air painting makes a splash in Shorewood
Shorewood hosts its second Plein Air Festival through Saturday, Sept. 20. The event features more than 60 artists painting outdoors throughout the village.
Bars & Clubs - Sept. 17, 2014
The Curve Bar to close
After less than a year in business, Dan Fitzgibbons was asked to close The Curve by mid-October.
Marketplace - Sept. 14, 2014
New undies designed to absorb blood
Dear Kate is a relatively new line of undergarments with a built-in lining made to protect like a panty liner. OnMilwaukee.com recently took a pair on a test drive to Period Town.
Bars & Clubs - Sept. 13, 2014
District 14 Brewery & Pub swings open its doors
District 14, located next door to Cafe Lulu, will have a soft opening tonight, starting at 7 p.m. OnMilwaukee.com stopped by three hours early to get a sneak peek.
Arts & Entertainment - Sept. 12, 2014
Mrozinski casts series of shadow paintings
Todd Mrozinski has traced and painted more than 100 shadows of friends, family members and local artists - many of whom are drinking, a few eating and some contemplating or gazing. The series will soon be on display at Cafe Lulu and he is also currently accepting commissions.
Milwaukee Buzz - Sept. 11, 2014
Hickman drives her way into a dream
Last July, exactly one day before she turned 40, Kelley Hickman bought a school bus. It was the first step in starting her transportation business, Beautiful Endeavors, which launched last October. Little did she know when she made the initial purchase that within the year she would be able to leave her bus driving job of 11 years to focus her efforts exclusively on her own venture.
Arts & Entertainment - Sept. 11, 2014
Mulrooney shoots film featuring cherished cocktail lounge
Local filmmaker Kara Mulrooney crafted a 13-minute documentary, "An Evening At Angelo's" about the East Side cocktail longe and cabaret. It will premiere at the Milwaukee Film Festival on Monday, Sept. 29 at 8 p.m. Tickets for the Milwaukee Film Festival go on sale today.
Music - Sept. 7, 2014
Hildenbrand loops upbeat sounds
Milwaukee DJ Paul Hildenbrand grew up on Milwaukee's Northwest Side. He spent a lot of time as a teenager rollerskating at rinks including Skateland, the Palace and Skate University and was always inspired by the music. Today, he has gigs all over town, including aboard Milwaukee Boat Line's Monday night Yacht Rock cruises.
Music - Sept. 6, 2014
"Milwaukee" hip hop song gets 150,000 views on YouTube
Four years ago, Montrel Wade - known by his fans as Trelly G - made a video featuring his hip-hop song "Milwaukee." Four years later, it continues to receive thousands of YouTube views, but Wade is focusing on future musical projects.
Dining - Sept. 5, 2014
UberDork Cafe prepares to beam up to The Falls
Natali Heuss hopes to open UberDork Café - a cafe, gaming area, tech support station and classroom - later this month in Menomonee Falls.
Dining - Sept. 4, 2014
Arin Bert Coffee and Grill is closed
According to a sign on the door, Arin Bert Coffee and Grill, 222 W. Wells St., is closed.
Music - Sept. 4, 2014
DJ McNeal mixes music, motorcycles and mentoring
DJ Craig McNeal works at numerous clubs in Wisconsin and Illinois and is the co-host of The Boogie Bang on WMSE. He is also a member of the worldwide Core DJ organization and the president of a motorycle club who had dedicated much of his time to promoting and educating other DJs and hopeful recording artists.
Music - Sept. 3, 2014
The most melancholy songs ever
It never fails to amaze me what goes bonkers on my Facebook page.
Dining - Aug. 31, 2014
Papineau sprouts multiple healthy eating offerings
Kathy Papineau has dedicated her life to the earth, community, economy and the individual. Last fall, Papineau opened a commercial kitchen in Riverwest, called MkeKitchen, at 531 E. Keefe Ave. She leases the space to multiple local businesses and operates her own catering business, Mke Localicious.
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