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How the Midwest chipped into potato chip history

Published Jan. 23, 2016

Grocery shopping has changed over the years, and the chip aisle is no different - with infinitely more varieties coming from fewer and larger companies. Casualties of this trend included some of southeastern Wisconsin's favorite potato chip companies.


13 kid-friendly fish fries

Published March 6, 2015

The Friday fish fry has become a popular tradition in Wisconsin, especially during the weeks leading up to Easter. Dining out with children, however, requires a little forethought. With child sized portions taken into account, families can dine out without breaking the bank. These family-approved fish fries will satisfy your cravings without the fuss.


Featured chef: Red Dot's Alex Johnson

Published March 17, 2014

The Red Dot, 2498 N. Bartlett Ave., has a new chef and his name is Alex Johnson. Johnson, along with longtime employee Carol Armstrong, is in the process of revamping the menu. (Don't worry, he's keeping the poutine.)


Updated: Sherbrooke to reopen as Red Dot

Published Oct. 17, 2013

According to an employee at the East Side's Red Dot, Wauwatosa's Sherbrooke will reopen on Monday as another Red Dot Tosa. spoke to the owner this afternoon and received new information.


Bukowski-inspired play set for Red Dot's patio

Published Sept. 1, 2013

"Love is a Horse with a Broken Leg Trying to Stand while 45,000 People Watch" will take place on two consecutive Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, Sept. 3-4 and 10-11, on the patio of The Red Dot, 2498 N. Bartlett Ave. Playwright Fly Steffens shares the back story and more.

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