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Bars & Clubs - Sept. 26, 2016
The Pfister's Lobby Lounge undergoes major renovation
The Pfister Lobby Lounge closed on the day after Labor Day for a fresh look. It re-opens to the public on Thursday. We stopped by to take an early look and although the space was eerily quiet without the soothing sound of the piano, it looked almost ready to go.
Dining - Sept. 23, 2016
Mimma's to close, as new owners consider options
The new owners of the Brady Street building that houses Mimma's met with the restaurant operator, Girolama "Mimma" Megna, and asked her what she wanted to do with the 28-year-old restaurant. Mimma has decided to retire and the future of the space is under consideration.
Arts & Entertainment - Sept. 22, 2016
Behind the scenes at Cirque du Soleil's "Toruk"
The "Avatar"-inspired Cirque du Soleil called "Toruk: The First Flight" opens tonight in Milwaukee at the BMO Harris Bradley Center and runs through Sunday. Here are 10 sneak peek photos.
Bars & Clubs - Sept. 21, 2016
First look: Nine Below Mini Golf Tavern is open "fore" business
Nine Below Mini Golf Tavern, 1905 E. North Ave., opened to the public at 2 p.m. today and OnMilwaukee was there - ready to chat, drink and putt. Owners David and Marla Poytinger call it "The world's first Maker's Golf Tavern."
Arts & Entertainment - Sept. 21, 2016
Community members deem new mural a racist stereotype; artist apologizes
This weekend, after months of preparation and a seven-day installation process, Black Cat Alley officially opened to the public. One of the murals, a larger-than-life painting of an African-American man wearing an orange prison suit, has inspired passionate critique on social media.
Bars & Clubs - Sept. 21, 2016
Featured bartender: Sabbatic's Nora Graveline
OnMilwaukee recently caught up with Nora Graveline - who has worked at the Walker's Point corner bar since the spring - to talk music, getting hit on and how no one should ever order an Old Fashioned from her at Sabbatic.
Kids & Family - Sept. 19, 2016
High school cell phone policies suffer disconnect
Milwaukee high schools have very different policies on cell phone use on school grounds. It seems high school cell phone policies are a microcosm of the differences between city public schools, suburban public schools and private religious schools.
Dining - Sept. 16, 2016
Jo-Cat's Pub owners purchase Mimma's building
Jeno and Lorenzo Cataldo, the owners of Jo-Cats Pub, 1113 E. Brady St., bought the building next door that houses Mimma's. The future of the Italian restaurant, which opened in 1988, is yet to be determined.
Travel & Visitors Guide - Sept. 16, 2016
Iron Horse Hotel celebrates 8 years
The Iron Horse Hotel, 500 W. Florida St., turns 8 years old this month and to will host a variety of daily activities to celebrate throughout September.
Movies & TV - Sept. 16, 2016
Spicuzza reflects on her crime thriller film "The Scarapist"
It's been a year since former Milwaukeean Jeanne Marie Spicuzza screened her full-length film "The Scarapist" at the Oriental Theatre. OnMilwaukee checked in with her to find out how the film panned out and what her plans are for the future.
Music - Sept. 16, 2016
Echo & The Bunnymen brought the hits and the feels
Echo & The Bunnymen played a passionate nostalgia show for a sold-out crowd tonight at Turner Hall Ballroom. It was the first time the band played in Milwaukee since performing 32 years ago at the Northwest Side's now-defunct Uptown Theater.
Marketplace - Sept. 15, 2016
Clear Water Outdoor in the Third Ward is closing
Clear Water Outdoor, an adventure/ sports retailer located at 250 N. Water St. in the Third Ward, will close by mid October. The company's Lake Geneva and Delafield shops will remain open.
#RaiseMKE - Sept. 15, 2016
Rad Milwaukee Woman: Greater Milwaukee Foundation's Janel Hines
Janel Hines is a rad Milwaukee woman who serves as the director of grant programs and strategic initiatives for the Greater Milwaukee Foundation.
Dining - Sept. 14, 2016
2016 Milwaukee tea guide
When Rishi Tea opened shop in 1997, it cornered the market on local tea providers. In the past two decades, Milwaukee has welcomed numerous independent and chain tea retailers. This info should come in handy now that it's almost hot tea season.
Dining - Sept. 13, 2016
Ma Fischer has finally returned to Ma Fischer's Restaurant
After 40 years of customers walking into Ma Fischer's restaurant and asking the staff, "Where's Ma?" there is finally someone to point to. Today, a 5-foot-8-inch statue of the former owner, Jackie Fischer, was erected outside the popular East Side diner.
Marketplace - Sept. 12, 2016
First look: Royal Enfield Motors
Royal Enfield Motors is the world's oldest motorcycle company in continuous production and yet, most Milwaukeeans have never - or only recently - heard of it. The India-based company opened its North American headquarters in the Third Ward this weekend.
Festival Guide - Sept. 8, 2016
2016 Oktoberfest guide
As a city with a strong German population, Milwaukee offers many opportunities for people to get out and "prost" their friends, neighbors, coworkers, community members and even their pets.
Bars & Clubs - Sept. 7, 2016
Fixture Pizza provides a plethora of beer options
Although it gets most of the hype, pizza is only a portion of a successful pizza-ing experience, and almost as integral is pizza's best buddy: beer. Jake and Josh Taylor were well aware of this when they hired bar consultant Nick Chartier before they opened Fixture Pizza Pub.
Marketplace - Sept. 5, 2016
Swords & Dreams Reptile Rescue stocks 'Stallis with snakes, sharp items and more
Tom McNeil combined his passions for swords, knives, exotic animals and Native American art when he opened Swords & Dreams in West Allis. The business, although currently for sale, is still in full swing, offering a mindbending melange of merchandise - some of which molts.
Dining - Sept. 2, 2016
StoneFire Pizza turns 10, upgrades facility, offers buffet for a dime
Ten years ago, StoneFire Pizza Co. opened in New Berlin as an upscale alternative to family-friendly restaurants and game centers. There have been a lot of changes in the past five years, and September is a particularly good time to check 'em out because the massive buffet costs only 10 cents.
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