Results tagged with 'candy'
Published April 20, 2014
For 24 years, Mary and William Ziegler have owned and operated candy and nut shop, Half Nuts, 9617 W. Greenfield Ave., in West Allis. Over the decades, they have seen a lot of changes in the industry and, despite the name and the increased sugar intake, seem to have remained sane.
Published Nov. 17, 2013
A recent conversation in the editorial office prompted this odd Social Circle question. The OnMilwaukee.com editors were pleased by how seriously some took this question.
Published April 22, 2013
Zelicious Treats and Gifts opened in the Shops of Grand Avenue, 275 W. Wisconsin Ave. The shop specializes in gourmet, pre-packaged chocolates, popcorn, old fashioned candy and quirky items like chocolate-dipped Pringles and Doritos.
Published Nov. 15, 2012
What's cute, red and full of chocolate? Beginning Tuesday, Nov. 20, the answer is likely to be Red Elephant Chocolate. The cafĂ©, situated at 333 N. Broadway in the Third Ward, aims to offer consumers a unique chocolate experience that goes beyond the ordinary.
Published Nov. 10, 2012
November 6 marked a very important day for Julie Waterman, owner of Indulgence Chocolatiers. Not only did her daughter turn 10 days old, Waterman was able to celebrate a milestone for her business - the official opening of her retail storefront.
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A fellow writer was on social media discussing his upcoming article on my hometown of Bay View. When I started thinking about it, I realized it had a small town feel in the big city of Milwaukee. I moved to Bay View in third grade. I don't remember starting at Dover Elementary, but remember M...
A fellow writer was on social media discussing his upcoming article on my hometown of Bay View. When I started thinking about it, I realized it had a small town feel in the big city of Milwaukee. I moved to Bay View in third grade. I don't remember starting at Dover Elementary, but reme...
As my love for Milwaukee grows, I've found myself falling further and further from my Ohio roots. However, there are a few things I cannot surrender: The Ohio State University football team, the Cincinnati Bengals (however easy it may be some years) and... buckeyes.
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