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Bars & Clubs - May 25, 2016
Milwaukee bars left off new Esquire "Best Bars in America" list
The "Best Bars in America" feature has been around since 2006. And - of course - a lot has changed on the drinking scene here and in every city in America. One change, no Milwaukee bars appear on this year's list.
Music - May 23, 2016
Sprecher brews BoDeans Original Ginger Beer to celebrate band's anniversary
To help celebrate 30 years of "Love & Hope & Sex & Dreams," the T-Bone Burnett-produced debut by Milwaukee's own BoDeans, Milwaukee-based Sprecher Brewing is releasing BoDeans Original Ginger Brew.
Sports - May 20, 2016
Newly retired NBA ref legend will miss Milwaukee and Calderone Club the most
This warms my Milwaukee heart. Not only am I a Bucks and NBA fan, easily one of my favorite restaurants in the area in the Calderone Club. Both got some national love this week.
Living - May 14, 2016
A few local, natural tips for you and your lawn
If you are tackling your lawn on your own this spring and summer, it's always good to consult an expert first. I've done just that here.
Sports - May 12, 2016
Must watch: 1995 Wisconsin Sports Hall of Fame ceremony
A few weeks ago, Donald Driver and Bo Ryan were inducted into the Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame. I recently found the 1995 induction ceremony featuring emcee Bob Costas and an amazing list of inductees including Al McGuire, Robin Yount and The Big O.
Dining - May 4, 2016
Downtown Milwaukee needs which type of restaurant next?
As we look at the growth in greater Downtown, I think a place like City Winery could do well. It's unique, large and creates an experience that's missing in our market. But, what do I know? What do you think?
Marketplace - May 2, 2016
Lost, found and grateful
I knew I had lost it. I went for a walk last Saturday and took only my phone and debit card. The phone was for some podcast catch up and the debit card for a quick stop at the grocery store on the way home.
Dining - April 22, 2016
Moveable Feast set for May 12
Eating and drinking inside the Milwaukee Public Museum isn't usually allowed. But for events like Moveable Feast and, of course, the annual Food & Froth Festival, it's embraced, encouraged and wonderful.
Marketplace - April 20, 2016
Which grocery store should land at Grand Avenue?
As plans for a new Grand Avenue continue to develop, which grocer would be the best for the heart of Downtown Milwaukee? Which store do you want on Wisconsin Avenue?
Marketplace - April 18, 2016
Milwaukee Talks: Marquette business dean Brian Till
Brian D. Till is the James H. Keyes Dean of Business Administration at Marquette University, a position he has held since July 2015. Jeff Sherman sat down with him recently to talk about MU, Milwaukee, business education and more.
Travel & Visitors Guide - April 13, 2016
Times' Frugal Traveler features Milwaukee
"Cheap drinks, Midwestern soul food and a sensibility that incorporates equal parts worldliness with small-town friendliness." This is how a new New York Times' Frugal Traveler feature on Milwaukee ends. Quite fitting, I'd say.
Marketplace - April 6, 2016
Same day delivery? Done. Thanks, Amazon Prime.
Amazon Prime members in Charlotte, Cincinnati, Fresno, Louisville, Nashville, Raleigh, Richmond, Sacramento, Stockton, Tucson and right here in Milwaukee can now enjoy unlimited same day delivery.
Marketplace - March 18, 2016
Milwaukee needs to get comfortable with constant discomfort
Milwaukee's changing. You could argue it's changed for the better and a bit of the worse over the past 20 years. While the good and some of the bad may be at odds, that's OK if our challenges are being addressed and tackled with vigor and creativity.
Living - Feb. 19, 2016
Be a big wig, donate to help end breast cancer
To help in the fight for a cure for breast cancer, I'm sporting a pink wig and fashioning myself as a "Big Wig." Sure, I shaved my head many moons ago and have no need hair. Yet, my Emo Philips-inspired wig is means serious business and I'm asking that you help me raise important funds.
Dining - Feb. 5, 2016
New Shorewood Metro Market opens Feb. 16
The new Shorewood Metro Market, 4075 N. Oakland Ave., opens Feb. 16, less than a year after the company bulldozed its old Pick 'N Save location that stood just north of the new building.
Dining - Jan. 28, 2016
Milwaukee muddpie pizza debuts Friday at Bucks game
The Milwaukee Muddpie, a pizza featuring chicken, pepperoni, bacon, BBQ sauce, ranch, jalapenos and banana peppers will debut Friday at the Bucks vs. Heat game. It was created by five team members.
Marketplace - Jan. 27, 2016
Five reasons to play Uno tonight
Finding the right game for the entire family much less you and your partner can be tough. At the Sherman home, we've gone simple, old school lately with Uno.
Living - Jan. 21, 2016
10 daily health habits worth adopting
Our health journey is a marathon not a sprint. For me, I focus on it daily by doing the same things day in and say out. And, when I don't I feel off and unbalanced. Here's a glimpse into my consistent daily habits.
Music - Jan. 18, 2016
Lee Brice bringing "Life Off My Years" tour to Milwaukee Theatre
In 2016, Lee Brice will headline the "Life Off My Years" tour, and bring his show back to Wisconsin to the Milwaukee Theatre on April 7.
Buzz - Jan. 16, 2016
Plensa sculpture accused of anti-Semitism reinstalled in Shorewood
After having been removed for alterations, the controversial Jaume Plensa sculpture "Spillover II" was reinstalled today in Atwater Park on Lake Drive in Shorewood.
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