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Peoples was America's first Black-owned brewery

Published Feb. 6, 2016

Milwaukee is and has always been America's beer capital, so it makes perfect sense that the country's first African American brewery was born here thanks to Theodore Mack, Henry Crosby and their cohorts.


5 questions for Milwaukee's The Sleepwalkers

Published April 10, 2014

Last time we met up with the Milwaukee-based band The Sleepwalkers, its members lived in Oshkosh and the band had a longer name. Now, with one more member and three fewer words in its name, The Sleepwalkers make their home in Brew City. We caught up with frontman Ian Olvera as the quartet prepares to launch its new disc, "Lost My Mind in Stereo," at a gig in Riverwest.


Flying in and getting schooled on Oshkosh

Published July 10, 2012

That Oshkosh has a neighborhood called Brooklyn was just one of many, many things I didn't know about this city of 66,000 on the shores of Lake Winnebago. Though even just a single day spent exploring the city helped open my eyes to some of the charms of Oshkosh, I know there's still more to discover.


Milwaukee Talks: "Front Row Amy" Williams

Published Oct. 6, 2011

One Brewers super-fan, Amy Williams, has garnered even more attention than most. The season-ticket holder known as "Front Row Amy" became national news when blogged about her, and her "15 minutes of fame" continues as the Brewers battle into the post-season. The Oshkosh resident took a few minutes with us to talk about the Crew, and what's it's like to be an online sensation.

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Saturday July 18th, 2009 - Manitowish Waters, WI   I was born and raised in Wisconsin and I thought I’d at least heard of every city or town or village or backwoods barnyard boil on the buttocks of the state map if not have worked a show there but tonight I played a locale even I ...

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