Results tagged with 'salsa'
Published Oct. 5, 2010
It is 8:30 on Saturday night. Driving down Water Street past the bright lights of the Third Ward and into Walker's Point, the street lamps seem to fade. The large, nearly empty parking lot adjacent to the practically silent sidewalk contrasts with the humming energy just inside the Hot Water and Wherehouse nightclubs at 818 S. Water St.
Published July 10, 2008
After opening Hot Water four years ago, Paul Mueller took his dream a step further and opened Wherehouse, a massive dance club next to the Milwaukee River. Wherehouse hosts a special LGBTQ grand opening event on Friday, July 18.
Published June 11, 2008
There are too many to mention them all, but this guide offers a little starting point for exploring Mexican cuisine in Milwaukee. Visit one of these great places for a great meal and add your favorite Mexican eatery using the talkback feature at the bottom of the story.
Published Dec. 11, 2006
The two Milwaukee chips and salsa heavyweights -- El Rey and Manny's -- are zesty cornerstones of the local Mexican snack scene. But which company makes the tastier appetizer? We tried both and found out.
Published April 3, 2006
Here is a basic fruit salsa and fish meal that requires minimal preparation time, creates few dirty dishes, and will impress guests, or, better yet, will make a delicious easy meal for one with leftovers for lunch the next day.
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D'CalleSon; It's high energized performance will captivate any audience. Audience participation is a must, no experience required. The Rhythm, harmonized voices, and brass section guarantees even the wall flowers to join in the movement. It's not just a band, it's a show.
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