Results tagged with 'mexico'
Published July 16, 2011
For this bartender profile, we're focusing on a man who shucks more oysters behind his bar than he slings beers. For five years, Mauricio Carbajal has manned the oyster bar at the St. Paul Fish Company inside the Public Market, 400 N. Water St.
Published April 23, 2011
Twenty-five years ago, after leaving a Mexican convent where she studied to be a nun, Lala Guerra gave birth to a daughter who required top-notch medical attention. So Guerra moved to Milwaukee from Mexico and got a job at Conejito's Place in the kitchen and later behind the bar.
Published April 6, 2011
The week went by too fast, but still provided plenty of time to eat, drink and laze around in the sun.
Published April 2, 2011
Distil bartender Mathias Simonis nabbed the top prize in the Portland-based Herradura Tequila Competition at the North Meets South Food and Drink Jubilee.
Published March 14, 2011
Alissa takes it easy on a Friday night, grabs a tan and, although skeptical, gets way into Game Night.
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Monday October 25th, 2010 - Cozumel, Mexico There’s a big old mess o’ trouble brewing at sea, but for once it’s got nothing to do with me. It’s hurricane season here in the Caribbean and one named Richard is apparently on a path to do major damage right w...
Wednesday August 25th, 2010 - Cozumel, Mexico If there’s a tougher commute to work for any job on Earth, I’d sure like to see it. This is relentless. I wasn’t able to sleep one wink last night as I was up late answering emails and catching up on all the work I&rsquo...
Wednesday August 11th, 2010 - Cozumel, Mexico
Travel is work. Period. I’m not saying I don’t enjoy it. Sometimes. But it is work. It’s a constant, never ending process of always having to be in the next place - barely being able to enjoy the place I just got to....
Monday July 19th, 2010 - Cozumel, Mexico
Today was the day to prove myself. Everyone has been very nice so far, but this was the day to prove that I can handle this kind of work. They were nice enough to keep me off of the ‘Welcome Aboard’ show, and Jim Brick showed m...
When the people of Oaxaca decided they had enough of bad government they didn't take their story to the media they TOOK the media.On Thursday March 19, the MTEA (Milwaukee Teacher Education Association) will host its first Movie Night, featuring the documentary Un Poquito de Tanta Verdad (A Littl...
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