Results tagged with 'quirky'
Published July 13, 2013
For almost two decades, the iconic "purple house" sat on the corner of 43rd and Howard, and the entire time, the neighborhood was divided. Some found it to be an eyesore, while others appreciated it as a quirky, iconic landmark. In 2010, the house was torn down but now, the son of the former owners hopes to buy back the land.
Published June 2, 2013
According to a handwritten sign in the window, Schroeder Used Books and Music, 7629 W. Greenfield Ave., is open from 9 a.m. until midnight. However, the co-owner, Alma, says the shop is always open.
Published Sept. 22, 2012
Our fine staff and those from the countless travel sites and blogs continue to find the gems and jewels that make Milwaukee great. The latest collective list comes from gadling.com. It explores some of the city's "quirky" destinations.
Published Oct. 23, 2007
First Goldmann’s closed at the end of September. Then Art’s Concertina Bar. Then Bryant’s Cocktail Lounge. What's next?
Published Dec. 17, 2004
Did you know it's good luck to eat herring at the start of a new year? "People just need to think of herring as the Northern European sushi," says Kim Wall, owner of Ma Baensch Foods, 1025 E. Locust St.
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