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Sports & Rec - Cathedral Square Park
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Shopping - Annie's 2nd Hand Chic
1668 N. Warren Ave., Milwaukee 414-727-5586
Bars and Clubs - Studio Lounge
2246 S. Kinnickinnic Ave., Milwaukee 414-489-7474
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#RaiseMKE - Aug. 24, 2016
Milwaukee Talks Race: Walnut Way's LaShawndra Vernon
We spoke with Walnut Way executive director LaShawndra Vernon about Sherman Park, the institutional lever she's most focused on pulling in Milwaukee, false racial constructs and how hip-hop shows that, while culture isn't constrained by race, opportunity seems to be.
Bars & Clubs - Aug. 16, 2016
First look: View at Evolution
With an expansive view of Downtown Milwaukee's skyline, a snippet of the river and iconic local business signs, View - a bar, eatery, rooftop patio and rentable space which soft-opened tonight on Old World Third Street - is aptly named. Here's a first look.
Festival Guide - July 6, 2016
Celebrate diversity at African Fiesta on July 23
Since the last African World Festival in 2013, there's been a void of public acknowledgement of the rich cultures inherent to the African diaspora. But that's about to change. Enter African Fiesta, a celebration of African foods, heritage and family.
Festival Guide - July 3, 2016
Alabama Shakes, Chris Stapleton make for a marvelous Marcus Amp mashup
Alabama Shakes and Chris Stapleton are two of the best in the music business right now. But would the two be a good fit for one stage ­- especially the biggest one Summerfest has to offer? The answer Saturday night was a resounding yes.
Bars & Clubs - June 27, 2016
MKE's Smallest Bar is at large on Brady Street
Josh Malone - who co-owns Malone's On Brady - along with the owner of the neighboring bar Club Brady, Mike Lee, turned the tiny and scruffy outdoor space between their businesses into an eight-seat outdoor tavern called, aptly, MKE's Smallest Bar.

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