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Published June 19, 2017
One of the unfortunate consequences of our segregation here is that some festivals buried deep in the core of our city have never been experienced by some lifelong Milwaukee residents. Here are four tastes of diverse Milwaukee you shouldn't miss.
Published March 30, 2017
The city's newest coffee roaster, Pilcrow Coffee, began roasting in its new Bronzeville shop on Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. late last year. And, although it's a newbie to the Milwaukee scene, the roaster is already making a splash with its nitro cold brew.
Published Jan. 14, 2017
"Welcome to Bronzeville" is a world premiere at First Stage about the vibrant and exciting neighborhood that existed in Milwaukee. The play can't capture that vibrancy and delivers a performance that is without any excitement.
Published Jan. 12, 2017
This morning, the City of Milwaukee's Bronzeville Advisory Committee offered an update on the project on 4th Street and North Avenue that would convert the former Garfield Avenue School and America's Black Holocaust Museum buildings into a mixed-use development.
Published Jan. 11, 2017
A veteran Milwaukee chef aims to bring a casual fine dining restaurant to the burgeoning food and entertainment district along Martin Luther King Jr. Drive. James Garner says he expects to open Rockford's Blue Water Grill as early as April or May of this year.
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