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Milwaukee brunch guide

The weekly grind hardly allows time for a.m. bacon, eggs and hash browns, and if there is time to whip 'em up, they're usually scarfed down fast. That's why weekend brunches are such a relaxing treat. Check out our list of the local Sunday morning hot spots and take some time to savor simple and elaborate breakfast treats.

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Five years ago, when Mahmoud Al Chamaa was just 15 and in high school, he traveled one last time from Damascus, Syria to Brookfield, Wisconsin. It was one of many summers he visited his uncle in the United States, but with growing instability in Syria, his family pressed him to stay. "It was very hard [...] The post From Syria to UW-Milwaukee: A Student's Story appeared first on Media Milwaukee.

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Walker's Point pics, 1978
Because I know you love photos of old Milwaukee just as much as I do, here are more than a dozen Kodachrome images of Walker's Point, taken on May 21, 1978 by the late photographer Ray Szopieray, courtesy of Karl Bandow.
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The Few and The Tops
"The Few," a play by the intriguing Stanley D. Hunter debuts at Chamber Theatre this week with a killer cast including James Ridge and Mary MacDonald Kerr. Also, the Pabst Theater welcomes The Four Tops, part of rock and roll royalty.
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Bungalow firehouses
Charles Malig designed many MFD quarters - including some you surely recognize - but that his signature contribution to the genre makes a quieter statement is not an accident. Meet Milwaukee's five bungalow firehouses, all of which survive, nestled into their neighborhoods.