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Travel & Visitors Guide - Nov. 17, 2017
Hilton MKE City Center offers elegance, decadence and beer-filled boots
Being a tourist in your own town is fun. Last week, we did just that and had a wonderful, gluttonous, dog-friendly stay at the Hilton City Center in Downtown Milwaukee.
Bars & Clubs - Nov. 16, 2017
Milwaukee hotel bars guide
Here's a guide to local hotel bars to keep in mind for the next date night or holiday meet-up or just as an alternative to your usual spots. "414 let's have one more," Milwaukee!
Tagged with: hotel bars, hotel week
Living - Nov. 16, 2017
Romantic or raunchy: A sexy slide into Sybaris
You've seen the commercials. You've heard the rumors. And you might have even wondered what it would be like to spend a night at the Sybaris Pool Suites. Earlier this week,'s Molly Snyder did just that. Here's a first-person account.
Bars & Clubs - Nov. 15, 2017
Von Trier "secret" mural now bathes in black light
Earlier this week, OnMilwaukee broke the story about the Von Trier "secret" mural. Here are a few more photos of the mural, now with black light shining on it.
Tagged with: Von Trier, black light, mural
Arts & Entertainment - Nov. 15, 2017
Pfister Narrator reflects on the joy of the job
Earlier this year, Nicole Mattke was chosen as the 10th Pfister Narrator and almost halfway through the year she describes it as her "dream job."
Arts & Entertainment - Nov. 15, 2017
Meet Lexie Dorsett Sharp, the uptight principal in "School of Rock"
OnMilwaukee chatted with Lexie Dorsett Sharp earlier this week about the show, Joan Cusack, the importance of music education and why she could never play the part of "Annie." The live musical comes to the Marcus Center next week.
Marketplace - Nov. 13, 2017
Progress is good, but motels still struggle with interstates
The 2006 animated movie "Cars" takes place in Radiator Springs, a once-vibrant city infused with Route 66 travelers that deteriorated when the interstate was built and droves of drivers ditched the slower roads. This happened in Milwaukee, too.
Bars & Clubs - Nov. 13, 2017
Meet the artist who painted the surprise mural found in Von Trier
Von Trier owner John Sidoff began to remove the German mural and, to his surprise, found another mural which is currently on display at the bar. Then, the 93-year-old artist who created it was found in Washington State.
Kids & Family - Nov. 13, 2017
Chicago travel blogger mom finds big fun in Milwaukee
We've read a lot of travel articles about Milwaukee and often see the same ol' same ol' suggestions. But this one really rang true. It's written by a Chicago mom named Kristen Maxwell who really seems to have explored Brew City and discovered solid and original places to hang out.
Dining - Nov. 10, 2017
Get Your Ass In Here: Ned's Pizza
Since 1969, Ned's Pizza on 27th Street has quietly but firmly dominated the classic pizza scene. Some call it the "Zaffiro's of the South." Get in there, Milwaukee.
Bars & Clubs - Nov. 10, 2017
Hidden Gem: Ollie's
The small corner tavern was previously named Fresh Bar and The Pitt, but it became Ollie's, aptly, when Louise and her husband, Ollie, bought the bar in 1993.
Milwaukee History - Nov. 10, 2017
Help bring home the Goldmann's sign
The sign from Milwaukee's iconic Goldmann's Department Store - which closed in 2007 - is for sale. Now, one Milwaukeean is working to bring it back to Brew City.
Sports - Nov. 10, 2017
Breaking: Ax throwing lanes approved for Bay View
Ever wanted to repeatedly hurl an axe against a wall? Well, soon you will be able to. Safely.
Tagged with: Bounce, ax throwing, BOZA
Dining - Nov. 8, 2017
6 questions for the winner of the world's first fish fry eating contest
Friday night, Nick Berg - the winner of the MKE Toast Competition - won another OnMilwaukee-sponsored event: the world's first fish fry eating contest. Here's his insight into his historic victory.
Sports - Nov. 8, 2017
Ax throwing craze might land in Bay View
Chicago and Detroit already opened ax throwing facilities, and Minneapolis will have one this winter. If all goes well for Bounce owners Becky Cooper Clancy and Ryan Clancy, Milwaukee could soon sport one, too.
Arts & Entertainment - Nov. 7, 2017
Controversial mural gets vandalized
A mural in Black Cat Alley on Milwaukee's East Side was vandalized last night, according to Kristin Godfrey, executive director of the East Side Business Business Improvement District.
Buzz - Nov. 6, 2017
Muscular Dystrophy Association funds cures, provides care and sends kids to camp
This year, OnMilwaukee chose the MDA of Southern Wisconsin as its signature charity for Potawatomi Hotel & Casino's Heart of Canal Street program. Here's why.
Bars & Clubs - Nov. 6, 2017
Another change on North Avenue?
Considering all the recent changes in the neighborhood, it's not surprising The Eastsider, 1732 E. North Ave., might morph, too.
Dining - Nov. 6, 2017
5 tasty Milwaukee nachos for National Nachos Day
It's not easy to create a perfect plate of nachos - the chips can easily become soggy or overloaded with too many ingredients. Hence, a great plate of nachos is arguably an art form. Here are five great plates in Milwaukee.
Arts & Entertainment - Nov. 2, 2017
New diversity mural painted on Var Gallery in Walker's Point
Yet another mural adorns a Walker's Point building, this time it's a large, colorful mural celebrating diversity on the north exterior wall of Var Gallery & Studios, 643 S 2nd St.
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