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Dining - March 26, 2015
Times Square's Henninger develops Redbar food menu
Sean Henninger, who owned Times Square Pizza / Atomic Chocolate in Walker's Point, opened Redbar's kitchen and developed the menu. This was unexpected for Henninger, who was scouting locations to reopen his pizza and chocolate place when co-owner Carrie Wisniewski offered him the chance to create food for Redbar.
Living - March 24, 2015
Breaking down racial barriers: Hopeful Milwaukeeans build a better Brew City
For many people, the reality of living in Milwaukee is bleak due to racial inequality and issues of social justice. And yet, the city teems with people dedicated to improving circumstances every single day. Here are 15 individuals who don't always get the recognition they deserve, but continue to work toward a better future Milwaukee - for themselves, for their families and for residents whom they've never met.
Living - March 22, 2015
Why did Anja trek from Franklin to Downtown Milwaukee?
Anja Notanja Sieger left her suburban home at 9:50 a.m. on Thursday morning and started the journey to fulfill her longtime goal of walking from Franklin to Downtown Milwaukee. She did it, in part, in conjunction with 88Nine Radio Milwaukee's upcoming Transportation Circus. But she made the 15-mile hike for other reasons, too.
Travel & Visitors Guide - March 21, 2015
12 Spring Green hot spots
Located on the banks of the Wisconsin River, Spring Green is small in population (about 1,600 people) but grand in reputation. And located only two hours from Milwaukee, it's a viable and enjoyable weekend getaway.
Arts & Entertainment - March 21, 2015
Naked Without It creates tiny food jewelry
Laura Rehorst's miniature food sculpture jewelry - a teensy taco, a bitsy burger - are so accurately detailed and freaking cute they might make you squeal in a way that's usually reserved for baby monkeys.
Milwaukee Buzz - March 20, 2015
Meet the "Brady Street cheater"
Last Saturday was a 50-something degree day that was perfect for biking, grilling, the St. Patrick's parade and, apparently, confessing your sins at a busy intersection wearing nothing but tighty-whities.
Milwaukee Buzz - March 19, 2015
Is the Starbucks CEO coming to Milwaukee?
According to an employee of the Starbucks at 17980 W. Bluemound Road, CEO Howard Schultz is scheduled to visit the store and hold a meeting for employees only at the Humphrey Scottish Rite Masonic Center, 790 N. Van Buren St., on Wednesday, April 1.
Dining - March 19, 2015
5 tasty Milwaukee nachos
It's not easy to create a perfect plate of nachos - the chips can easily become soggy or overloaded with too many ingredients. Hence, a great plate of nachos is arguably an art form. Here are five great plates in Milwaukee.
Marketplace - March 18, 2015
9 cool Milwaukee business signs
Signs are important. They often lure us, or don't lure us, into businesses. Here are some great Milwaukee signs and chime in with your favorites.
Arts & Entertainment - March 15, 2015
A man creates a king
Craig Yanek spent two years creating King Tut and his chariot for a display in the Milwaukee Public Museum's "Crossroads of Civilization" exhibit, which opens Sunday.
Arts & Entertainment - March 14, 2015
Teachers contributed valuable insight for museum's new "Crossroads" exhibit
The Milwaukee Public Museum's new exhibit, "Crossroads of Civilization," was developed over the course of five years and in part through the feedback of a teacher focus group.
Dining - March 12, 2015
Carini's crafts Neapolitan-style pizza
At the end of 2014, OnMilwaukee.com first reported Carini's, 3468 N. Oakland Ave., installed a new oven - an Acunto Mario - and would serve Neapolitan pizzas in early 2015. OnMilwaukee.com recently stopped in to sample the wood-fired pies.
Arts & Entertainment - March 11, 2015
Orange Gallery gets a slice of Bay View art scene
Ngoc LeFunk opened Orange Gallery - a Bay View-based art gallery and gift boutique - in a shared space with Lacquer Nails.
Bars & Clubs - March 7, 2015
Featured bartender: Tonic's Justin Tarantino
Justin Tarantino has worked at Tonic Tavern, 2335 S. Kinnickinnic Ave., for two years. He started helping out as a bar back and within a short period of time became a full-on bartender. He says he owes everything he knows about bartending to veteran bartender Paul "PK" Kennedy.
Living - March 6, 2015
Bob gets beer: a beautiful social media moment on Brady Street
Facebook saves the day. Well, a facebook friend named Bob did anyway.
Arts & Entertainment - March 5, 2015
Christensen isn't horsing around with latest museum project
Wendy Christensen, the Milwaukee Public Museum's taxidermist / artist, is best known for her recreation of Samson, the beloved gorilla from the Milwaukee County Zoo. Most recently, however, she constructed two life-sized, detailed Arabian horses for the museum's new exhibit, "Crossroads of Civilization."
Bars & Clubs - March 3, 2015
The Nomad plans expansion with beer garden, food
Nomad World Pub will turn 20 this month and plans to have a new beer garden and food service. There's even talk of a Miami-based Nomad.
Dining - March 1, 2015
Guinness potato chips appeal to most at Irish Pub
Happy hour drinkers at The Irish Pub weighed in on the new Guinness potato chips.
Milwaukee Buzz - Feb. 28, 2015
92-year-old maverick reflects on real estate career
In 1951, Mary Jane "MJ" Riffel was a divorced single mother. Despite numerous challenges from sexism to cancer, she went on to a successful career in real estate and opened two real estate schools in Milwaukee. Today, Riffel is 92, lives on the shore of Lake Michigan in Bay View and is writing a collection of short stories.
Dining - Feb. 28, 2015
Retro Wisconsin supper club reinvented in New York
The Midwest is often influenced and inspired by the East Coast, but sometimes the reverse happens. Such is the case with The Butterfly: a retro lounge and supper club located in New York City that's an homage to The Butterfly in Beloit. OnMilwaukee.com recently visited the Beloit Butterfly, and The Butterfly in New York is officially on the "bucket list."
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