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Music - May 13, 2017
Who stole the show: Hall & Oates or Tears For Fears?
Such an unlikely pairing. The blue-eyed soul of Hall & Oates, or the Brit pop of Tears For Fears? Who was better Saturday night at the Bradley Center? Depends who you're asking.
Marketplace - May 11, 2017
Pet painter captures personalities of animals, owners
Milwaukee artist Ava Herrider is an animal lover, but it took her a few career changes to settle upon pet portraiture as her full-time job. Last year, she decided to do what moves her: "paint things people love," as she says. In other words, their pets.
Marketplace - May 5, 2017
Made in Milwaukee: Lamplight TIKI
TIKI torches, the outdoor oil lamps synonymous with beach parties and backyard barbecues, aren't made in Maui or Malibu. Nope, the company is based in Menomonee Falls, a city slightly less frequently associated with Polynesian party ware.
Marketplace - April 28, 2017
Made in Milwaukee: Mofoco Enterprises
VW built 21 million Beetles up until 2003. Thousands of those iconic Bugs are still on the road, and one Milwaukee company exists solely to build and rebuild their air-cooled engines. Mofoco, started by Randy Henning, is now owned by his son, Roy, and quietly services VW customers around the world.
Travel & Visitors Guide - April 25, 2017
Nope, we don't border Canada. I checked.
While planning next week's trip Up North, I started wondering just how much of Wisconsin I've seen over these last 37 years. So, I downloaded a map and started drawing on it, including the route I have planned for next week.
Tagged with: Trump, Wisconsin map
Milwaukee History - April 14, 2017
The 411 on the 414 area code
Milwaukeeans love our 414, the area code covering the city, the county and parts of Muskego and Brookfield. It's been since 1947, when Bell Telephone established it, along with 715, in Wisconsin. But why did they pick 414?
Sports - April 12, 2017
The actual age of the '82 Brewers - in 1982
Maybe it was all the hard living back then. Maybe it was all the mustaches. But how old was this motley Brewers Crew back in '82?
Sports - April 3, 2017
Who are these guys?
The Brewers lost 89 games in 2016, finishing 30.5 behind the Cubs. Then they got rid of Chris Carter, Martin Maldonado and Tyler Thornburg. Is there anywhere to go but up?
Tagged with: Brewers, Opening Day
Marketplace - March 14, 2017
Customer service still makes the difference at Mequon Ace
In a market with plenty of big box stores, how does owning a neighborhood Ace Hardware store in this era make sense? Easy, says owners Bob and Kristin Nell. It's about customer service.
Marketplace - March 8, 2017
Let's stop worrying about the daily newspaper
You may be surprised to read this from OnMilwaukee Publisher Andy Tarnoff, but claiming newspapers are dead is at best myopic, and at worst, just wrong. They simply occupy a different place in society now.
Travel & Visitors Guide - Feb. 6, 2017
5 weird things I saw in Vegas
Perhaps you're in the mood for eating some midnight sushi or buying a Rolex. Or maybe you want to gamble on the sinking of the Titanic. Las Vegas is your place for weirdness. Here's just a sampling.
Sports - Jan. 17, 2017
Listen to the Packers-Cowboys game called by drunk, NSFW Australians
I don't entirely know what we're watching here, but I know it's funny and extremely inappropriate.
Living - Jan. 12, 2017
Let's talk about "fake news"
I'm very concerned about the problem of "fake news" and what it means for journalists, politicians and the media-consuming public. But, really, this isn't a new concern of mine. For many years, I've battled with the concept that the internet is always right.
Living - Jan. 9, 2017
Friends host fundraiser for seriously injured Larry Hansen
On Dec. 8, Larry Hansen was injured in a horrendous and freak accident by a presumed drunk driver. While working on his car in his Okauchee garage. Five surgeries and 42 pints of blood later, Hansen has lost a leg, has a broken back and faces more surgeries.
Travel & Visitors Guide - Dec. 20, 2016
When cheap doesn't equal good
Last week, I was bragging about the airfare deal of a century: a $66 round-trip ticket from Milwaukee to Ft. Myers. Yesterday, I was eating my words, since my flight home was delayed from Saturday to Monday, then cancelled completely on Monday, with no reasonable option on how to get home.
Music - Dec. 8, 2016
Catching up with Chief
Every few years, we remind you about Chief, the hard-rocking Milwaukee band that you should check out. Why? Not because frontman Chris Tischler compares Chief to Van Halen and Judas Priest, although that's a pretty good reason to give them a listen, since they're excellent musicians.
Movies & TV - Dec. 5, 2016
The beautiful but limited world of 4K
I wasn't really in the market for a new TV, but like so many others, I got suckered into buying a huge one on Black Friday. I was lured by the low, low prices, but also the idea of having a super-sharp 65-inch television that would be ready for 4K.
Living - Nov. 30, 2016
Milwaukee therapist finds her own comfort in chance Clinton encounter
Margaret Gintoft knew there was a chance she'd run into a Clinton after jogging near her daughter's home in Chappaqua, N.Y. Last Sunday, Gintoft and her family were hiking in Rockefeller State Park when she saw the former president and former Secretary of State.
Movies & TV - Nov. 28, 2016
Is it finally time to cut the cord?
With almost everything available on-demand online, cable and satellite TV are pretty archaic. Today, AT&T acknowledged this by unveiling DIRECTV Now, a streaming service that will go head-to-head with cable (and its own soon-to-be-discontinued U-Verse), for $35 a month.
Travel & Visitors Guide - Nov. 16, 2016
Cedarburg's Stagecoach Inn is historic whistle stop for B&B fans
Even though Cedarburg is so close to Milwaukee, when you're in its little downtown, you feel far away. And, while plenty of Milwaukeeans visit the Stagecoach Inn Bed & Breakfast for a staycation, this charming old hotel attracts plenty of people from out of town, too.
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