Bay View

Bay View is a neighborhood in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, south of the downtown area and north of the City of St. Francis. The original Village of Bay View is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as the Bay View Historic District. According to the designation, it is roughly bounded by Lake Michigan to the east, Meredith Street to Superior, up to Nock Street and then from Wentworth Avenue to Pryor Avenue.

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3 Dishes: Joe Schreiter of Mistral

May 18, 2018 11:01 a.m.

Chef Joe Schreiter notes that the menu at Mistral aims to showcase unique Mediterranean flavors. However, it does so in a way that's both flexible and familiar.

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Ballard's Sugarfoot brings new material to Cinco de Mayo gig at Club Garibaldi

April 30, 2018 12:16 p.m.

On Saturday, May 5 a trio of Milwaukee roots rocker performs at Club Garibaldi. Songstress Liv Mueller takes the stage first and The Carolinas close out the night. In between, Alex Ballard and Sugarfoot will surely highlight the tracks they recently recorded for some upcoming releases.

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Neighborhood Facebook feuds get nasty, fast

April 28, 2018 5:03 p.m.

On Thursday morning at 2 a.m., Tanya Tucci posted a lengthy post to the Bay View Neighborhood Watch page about the trouble they've had trying to open their business and her concern over crime. The thread quickly spiraled from a place of concern to a raging dumpster fire of anger, accusation and name calling.

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Here is your 2018 Chill on the Hill lineup

April 25, 2018 1:00 p.m.

Despite an overly long winter and cold, non-existent spring, a very welcome chill is preparing to blow into Milwaukee: Chill on the Hill, which today announced the lineup of musicians scheduled for the summer festival's 14th season.

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Brewery Spelunking: 1840 Brewing Co.

April 12, 2018 9:01 a.m.

When I visited 1840 Brewing Co., I found a brewery unlike any I'd seen. In fact, it's the only brewery I've visited that doesn't have brew kettles. With only a few fermentation tanks at the back, but a plethora of oak barrels, 1840 looks as much like a winery or distillery as a brewery.