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Music - April 16, 2014
Commander Tang rocking up the block and into the rest of the city
You never know where you might meet your future bandmates. Maybe you'll meet them through a mutual friend. Maybe it'll be a chance meeting in a railway station. Maybe you'll meet them half a world away. That certainly wasn't the case with Milwaukee rock outfit Commander Tang. In fact, George Phillips didn't even have to leave his front lawn or his Washington Heights block.
Dining - Jan. 24, 2014
Gluten-free challenges: Getting your ethnic dining fix
Despite growing options in the marketplace, gluten-free patrons can still find it intimidating to eat out in restaurants. And ethnic restaurants can present a particularly challenging prospect.
Dining - Oct. 24, 2013
Milwaukee's best Indian restaurant, 2013
In the first six years of balloting, Maharaja ran away with the title of Best Indian. Did this East Side stalwart notch a seven-peat? Read on to find out.
Dining - Oct. 1, 2013
Your picks for Milwaukee's best restaurants of 2013
You voted, you decided. And now it's time for us to unveil the winners of the Best of Dining poll on OnMilwaukee.com. Every day during October, we'll update the list of 30 winners, one at a time. In addition to the individual articles you'll find in our Dining section, you can check back here, and use this list as a helpful guide to the best of the best of Milwaukee restaurants. We've included the winners, the runners-up and the editors' picks of our favorites.
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Dining - Sept. 19, 2013
Maharaja is making changes
The East Side Indian restaurant is making some changes, planning to "slim down" the current menu and expand the wine list and cocktail offerings. Patio dining and a remodel are also on the way.