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Articles tagged with 'riverwest'

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Dino's makes a comeback

Published Oct. 15, 2014

It's been three months since Dino's reopened in Riverwest. Brothers Anthony and Lawrence LoCoco - the grandsons of the original owner, Leo "Dino" Dinon - have worked tirelessly to fine tune the menu and create an inviting space that's appealing to the Riverwest neighborhood and beyond.

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Papineau sprouts multiple healthy eating offerings

Published Aug. 31, 2014

Kathy Papineau has dedicated her life to the earth, community, economy and the individual. Last fall, Papineau opened a commercial kitchen in Riverwest, called MkeKitchen, at 531 E. Keefe Ave. She leases the space to multiple local businesses and operates her own catering business, Mke Localicious.

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First look: fish fry at Cafe Vocar

Published May 13, 2014

Cafe Vocar opened quietly a few months back in Riverwest. The cafe, which is open Friday-Sunday, has a European-influenced menu but does offer the Midwest famous fish fry on Fridays.

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Rockerbox moves to Road America

Published Feb. 13, 2014

According to Milwaukee restauranteur Scott Johnson, the Rockerbox Moto Fest and Street Party will move to Road America at Elkhart Lake this summer.

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Massage therapy gives pain and stress relief the upper hand

Published Jan. 25, 2014

Massage therapy has a long history in many different world cultures and is believed by many to be the oldest form of medicinal therapy practiced on the human body. For almost four years, Katie Maedke-Hall has provided massage therapy from her Riverwest-based studio and believes deeply in its physical and emotional benefits.

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Local singer explores the science of tarot

Published Dec. 29, 2013

Jen CintrĂ³n is not the stereotypical tarot card reader. Sure, she has incense and candles and the usual New Age-ish baubles, but she is also extremely down-to-earth with a strong background in science.

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Dining blind spots: What Milwaukee neighborhoods still need

Published Oct. 17, 2013

As always, Milwaukee has a lot to offer but still has plenty of room for growth, too. With that in mind, the OnMilwaukee.com editors put their heads together and came up with a breakdown of some Milwaukee neighborhoods and what types of restaurants they still need.

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Stonefly, Ginger owners embrace transformation

Published Oct. 9, 2013

In the world of Milwaukee hospitality, Julia LaLoggia is a master of re-invention. LaLoggia, with partner Rose Billingsley, currently owns Stonefly Brewery and Ginger. Now with just two establishments, (LaLoggia is the former owner of Lee's Luxury Lounge and Redroom), they are able to make multiple changes and improvements.

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MPS school receives national recognition

Published March 6, 2013

Milwaukee Public Schools' Frederick J. Gaenslen School, 1250 E. Burleigh St., has received a national award recognizing its pre-engineering program.

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ART Bus takes Gallery Night guests on a wild ride

Published Jan. 18, 2013

Gallery Night and Day is a cultural gem that Milwaukee is lucky to have and other cities are right to envy. But for some - especially those who are in the beginning stages of their art connoisseurship - the scope of the event can be a little daunting. That's where the ART Bus comes in. For the past two years, Jeremy Fojut and his team at ART Milwaukee have been chauffeuring Gallery Night participants all around the city to and from the hottest galleries - but the ART Bus is so much more than just a convenient way to hitch a ride.

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Buckley's story is pure small-town Milwaukee

Published Nov. 20, 2012

We all know that Milwaukee has hopes of growing and becoming a major metropolitan center. But as we think of things to sell, we may well want to consider what a small town this city is. The truth was driven home over the weekend when my wife and I had a wonderful dinner at Buckley's, a great restaurant on Cass Street Downtown.