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Buzz - July 22, 2017
9 reasons to bounce into Bounce
Bay View's Bounce Milwaukee is as much of a grown-up destination as it is a kid zone. Adults can jump, slide, laser, climb, box, play video games, sumo wrestle and more, in between drinking beers or cocktails and eating healthy (or not healthy) food.
Dining - July 20, 2017
Autism-friendly cafe opening in Riverwest
Nic and Nicole Quiles plan to open Milwaukee's first Autism-friendly community café - called Caban's Cafe - in October 2017.
Arts & Entertainment - July 17, 2017
Mural of Selena pops up in Walker's Point
This past weekend, artist Mauricio Ramirez and the Walker's Point neighborhood honored the life and career of Selena with the installation of a new conceptual mural "Anything for Selena."
#RaiseMKE - July 17, 2017
Join me in "Loose Ends Week"
It's completely, unofficially Loose Ends Week. Let's get some sh*t done and feel good about ourselves.
Bars & Clubs - July 14, 2017
Made in Milwaukee: Great Lakes Distillery
Guy Rehorst - the founder and owner of Great Lakes Distillery - became curious about distilling after homebrewing what he describes as "a really bad batch of beer." Today, he owns the state's first distillery since Prohibition.
Bars & Clubs - July 14, 2017
Miller beers win Chicago-based taste test
A Chicago Tribune reporter challenged three Chicago craft brewers to a blind taste test of 16 "macro" beers. Guess who prevailed?
Arts & Entertainment - July 13, 2017
5 photos from the TROG exhibit at the Harley-Davidson Museum
"The Race of Gentlemen" (known as "TROG"), is the latest traveling exhibit at the Harley-Davidson Museum and combines hotrods, motorcycles, carnivals and nostalgia. It runs through Labor Day weekend.
Arts & Entertainment - July 12, 2017
Katie Gingrass Gallery closes after 37 years
Katie Gingrass, who owned the Katie Gingrass Gallery in Milwaukee's Third Ward since 1980, quietly closed shop this weekend with the help of her family.
Bars & Clubs - July 11, 2017
The Crimson Club opens next month in West Allis
The Crimson Club, a "healthy" nightclub, restaurant and venue at 7211 W. Greenfield Ave., will open in August.
Kids & Family - July 10, 2017
Having a second child could have killed her, instead he saved her life
Linda Sackett, who owns O'Lydia's in Walker's Point, was told not to have a second child because of a kidney condition. Four months ago, that child saved her life.
Bars & Clubs - July 10, 2017
Hidden Gem: The Uptowner
The Uptowner in Riverwest is 133 years old and continues to offer authentic "Milwaukee corner bar" experiences.
Festival Guide - July 7, 2017
Summerfest midway memories range from seedy to smiley
Remember when Summerfest had rides? Here are a few stories and photos from back in the day.
Festival Guide - July 7, 2017
Woman invents impressive way to drink two Summerfest beers at once
Haley Molzner experimented with various ways to simultaneously hold and consume two beers at the same time. She came up with "Fest Falls," a coordinated beer-into-beer-into-mouth maneuver that she's mastered.
Festival Guide - July 6, 2017
Tom Petty plays 40 years of hits in two hours
"It's like 40 years of our music is now one big record and we're just gonna drop the needle up and down," Tom Petty told the nearly sold-out crowd at the American Family Insurance Amphitheater tonight. He did not disappoint.
Festival Guide - July 5, 2017
Powerful Third Eye Blind focuses on the fans
Third Eye Blind is in the midst of a "Summer Gods Tour," but lead singer Stephan Jenkins made it clear they were deviating from the usual set list for the night.
Festival Guide - July 4, 2017
8 Summerfest tips from a Big Gig expert
Fred Gillich and his "Too Much Rock For One Hand" T-shirt booth have been a fixture at Summerfest for 14 years. During this time, Gillich has learned a few things about the Big Gig.
Festival Guide - July 3, 2017
Behind the scenes with Tracey the Summerfest "merch girl"
For 14 summers, Tracey Sheasby has taken vacation time from her day job to sling T-shirts at Summerfest.
Festival Guide - July 2, 2017
Big Chair Photos furnish more Big Gig smiles
For the 15th year, Martin Weintzweig is back at Summerfest offering Big Chair Photos. Located across from the BMO Harris Pavilion, Big Chair Photos have become a tradition for many fest-goers in Milwaukee and beyond.
Bars & Clubs - June 30, 2017
Hidden gem: Mortimer's Pub
When Steve Silber bought his West Side bar in 1991 a series of coincidences determined what he named it.
Festival Guide - June 29, 2017
The Church perseveres despite sound issues
Australian rock band The Church booked a show at Summerfest and later added seven more shows to make the jaunt over the pond worth the trip. The tour kicked off last night in Ann Arbor and they played the Uline Stage today at 5 p.m.
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