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#RaiseMKE - July 25, 2017
Enlightened Brewing Company assures "Hate Has No Home"
On Saturday, Enlightened Brewing Company experienced what it called in a wide-reaching Facebook post a "confusing situation" - that some condemned as a hate crime and others considered no big deal - concerning a sign in the tap room that said "Hate Has No Home Here." We reached out to learn more.
Sports - July 24, 2017
Top-50 recruit Joey Hauser commits to Marquette, will join brother Sam
Marquette got its first commitment in the Class of 2018, head coach Steve Wojciechowski's top-priority recruit and a nationally ranked, in-state player the Golden Eagles lured away from the likes of Wisconsin and Michigan State. Stevens Point's Joey Hauser chose Marquette on Sunday.
Sports - July 21, 2017
Desmond Mason paints mural at local youth organization, talks art and Bucks
On Friday, former Bucks player-turned professional artist Desmond Mason teamed with the Running Rebels and local Milwaukee artists to help create pieces of art at the local community youth organization's news facility. Afterward, Mason talked about the project, his art and the current Bucks.
Sports - July 19, 2017
Bucks Foundation grants $1 million to youth nonprofits, as local leaders gush
The Bucks Foundation will grant a total of $1 million to 15 city-based nonprofits, the organization's largest investment yet in Milwaukee's youth. It's a significant milestone for the Foundation, which launched in June 2016, and has quickly gained the admiration of local leaders.
Sports - July 18, 2017
Brutal home plate collision a bad break for Vogt, Brewers and MLB
Brewers catcher Stephen Vogt will be out at least a month with a left knee sprain that resulted from a brutal collision at home plate in last night's game in Pittsburgh. The collision was a tough blow not only for Vogt and the Brewers, but also for MLB.
Sports - July 18, 2017
PODCAST: A Brewers debriefing with sports radio host Drew Olson
Are the first-place Brewers for real? Can they hold off the Cubs? Will they make a big trade? In episode 34 of OnMilwaukee's Postgame Tailgate podcast, Jimmy Carlton and Matt Mueller are joined by local sports radio host Drew Olson to talk all things Brewers baseball.
Sports - July 17, 2017
11 photos from the Brewers' 1982 AL Championship team reunion
Over the weekend, the Milwaukee Brewers celebrated the 35th anniversary of their 1982 American League Championship team. The main event was a reunion of the 1982 squad in an on-field ceremony at Miller Park before Saturday's game against the Phillies.
Festival Guide - July 14, 2017
I flew on Blue Angels support plane Fat Albert and want to feel zero-g forever
Before the U.S. Navy Blue Angels' aviation display at the Milwaukee Air and Water Show this weekend, the astonishingly agile Fat Albert will showcase its maximum-performance capabilities during a 10-minute demonstration. I flew on the support plane Friday, and it was incredible.
Sports - July 14, 2017
Milwaukee Bucks' All-Bradley Center Team picks
Since 1988, the Bradley Center has been home for Bucks basketball. Given the announcement that Milwaukee will play a game back at the old MECCA this season, and with the new arena being built nearby, we got to wondering: Who were the best Bucks to ball at the BC?
Sports - July 13, 2017
Brewers trade 1B Garrett Cooper to Yankees for lefty reliever Tyler Webb
The Brewers acquired left-handed reliever Tyler Webb from the Yankees on Thursday in exchange for minor-league first baseman Garrett Cooper. It's not a huge deal, but one that adds pitching depth to the organization and potentially a lefty specialist to the big-league bullpen.
Sports - July 12, 2017
Milwaukee Bucks' All-MECCA Team picks
From 1968 to '88, the MECCA hosted some of the best basketball Milwaukee's ever seen - the 1971 NBA Championship, seven straight division titles in the '80s. This season, the team will play a game back at the old venue, which got us wondering: Who were the best Bucks to ever play there?
Sports - July 12, 2017
Let Giannis tell you what basketball is in this awesome new Greek video
If you are a Milwaukee Bucks basketball fan and you possess human emotions, watch this new, motivational Giannis Antetokounmpo commercial and prepare to feel your body become electrified and full of life (and, potentially, chocolate milk). It is awesome.
Sports - July 11, 2017
Admirals announce 2017-18 AHL schedule
The Admirals on Tuesday announced their schedule for the 2017-18 AHL season, their second back at the UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena. The Ads will start the campaign on the road against Iowa on Oct. 7, and their home opener is set for Oct. 20 against Hershey.
Sports - July 11, 2017
Ex-Packers Finley and Hawk offer insight, depict struggles of post-NFL life
In the past two months, former Packers Jermichael Finley and A.J. Hawk penned essays for The Players' Tribune about life after football. Their accounts - similarly adrift in retirement, but with vastly different stakes - allow unique insight and make for an interesting comparison.
Festival Guide - July 10, 2017
PODCAST: Summerfest recap with Breaking and Entering's Allen Halas
In episode 33 of OnMilwaukee's Postgame Tailgate podcast, sports editor Jimmy Carlton and pop culture editor Matt Mueller are joined by Allen Halas, founder and writer of local music blog Breaking and Entering, to recap Summerfest 2017.
Sports - July 10, 2017
7 cool drone photos of the Bucks' new arena construction
The Bucks' new arena is quickly taking shape. Construction on the $524 million project continues full steam ahead, the work is reportedly almost halfway finished and the venue is still expected to open in the fall of 2018, before the beginning of the NBA season.
Festival Guide - July 9, 2017
Among able headliners Migos and Big Sean, Future shines the brightest
For its penultimate show at the American Family Insurance Amphitheater, Summerfest somehow managed to book three of the music industry's hottest current hip hop acts. And, with perfect weather and a party atmosphere, Milwaukee turned out and Migos, Big Sean and Future turned up, giving their hyped audience everything it wanted for four hours on Saturday.
Festival Guide - July 8, 2017
Shotgunning beers and singing offstage, Dierks Bentley happily headlines Amp
It's possible that an indomitable Dierks Bentley and his pair of grinning, grateful openers had even more fun, and were even more happy, to be on Summerfest's American Family Insurance Amphitheater stage than their awestruck and utterly enraptured audience that delighted in their show Friday night.
Sports - July 7, 2017
Giannis addresses free-agency rumors: "I got loyalty inside my DNA"
There have been reports and rumors floating around recently about Giannis Antetokounmpo's future in Milwaukee. The Greek Freak addressed those rumblings with a succinct tweet Thursday night that, in quoting rapper Kendrick Lamar's hit single "DNA," was music to Bucks' fans ears.
Sports - July 6, 2017
Bucks sign Badgers standout Bronson Koenig to two-way contract
La Crosse native and former Wisconsin Badgers standout Bronson Koenig has had a standout high school and college basketball career in his home state, and it will be continuing - now at the professional level - as he has signed with the Milwaukee Bucks as an undrafted free agent.
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