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Shopping - Riverwest Film & Video
824 E Center St, Milwaukee 414-265-7420
Restaurants - Riverwest Co-op
733 E. Clark St., Milwaukee 414-264-7933
Bars and Clubs - Linneman's Riverwest Inn
1001 E. Locust St., Milwaukee 414-263-9844
Bars and Clubs - Riverwest Public House
815 E. Locust St., Milwaukee
Restaurants - Dino's Riverwest
808 E. Chambers, Milwaukee 414-562-9171

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Milwaukee Buzz - Jan. 17, 2015
Riverworks' successes brighten future of northeast side
At its inception in 1991, Riverworks focused on industrial development across a 10-block area of the Harambee neighborhood that had recently lost a large car factory. Soon it expanded its reach to include all of Harambee and Riverwest. Today, according to a Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service report, Riverworks is looking to broaden its reach again with plans to link with businesses along its borders in Shorewood and Glendale.
Milwaukee Buzz - Jan. 17, 2015
New motorcycle festival revs up in spring
Rockerbox moved to Road America in Elkhart Lake after being in Riverwest for a decade. So now get ready for the first Brewtown Rumble. The street festival will feature bikes, music, food, drinks, a swap meet, custom bike contest, vending, a pin-up girl contest and more. It take place on Sunday, May 17 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Best Place.
Milwaukee Buzz - Jan. 16, 2015
In 1901, Riverwest residents battled on the frozen Milwaukee River
In the winter between 1900 and 1901, a pitched battle erupted on the frozen Milwaukee River above the North Avenue dam between enraged ice harvesters and the equally violent crew of a steam-powered launch. The newspapers called it "The Ice War." On a section of river that has witnessed many strange things over the years, the ice war was perhaps the strangest.
Dining - Jan. 15, 2015
Shift switch: Coffee roaster at Valentine
Like baking or winemaking, roasting coffee is both science and art. A ham-fisted roaster can easily mess up the science and destroy the coffee. But learning how to not ruin good beans is not enough to create amazing coffee. The art dances around the edges; that is where a real artist - using time and heat and other factors - can create sublime roasts that result in a stellar cup of java. This I learned when I recently spent a day with the good folks at Valentine Coffee Roasters, 5918 W. Vliet St.
Marketplace - Jan. 11, 2015
Skibba pounds out 50 years of typewriter repair
In 1964, Edward Skibba started Ace Machines, a typewriter / business machine shop that sells and repairs typewriters, copiers, printers and more. After 50 years in business, Ace continues to thrive in a hyper-technological world.

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Couch Flambeau, Go Go Slow, The Grovelers @ Riverwest Public House
Jan. 31, 2015 9:30 p.m. at Riverwest Public House

COUCH FLAMBEAU Go Go Slow (memb of Die Kreuzen) The Groveler...

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Rock - Waking Roland
Local rock/alternative/folk six piece band with an eclect...
Rock - Chop Top Toronados
Rockin' Country Punk Jazz playin' fools in Riverwest area...
Rock - REPERTOIRE
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Acid - Undercover Organism
We are a jam band that goes to UWMilwaukee. We play larg...
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Kids & Family - July 9, 2011
Reader blog Riverwest