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Buzz - July 15, 2020
The Morning Laugh: 5 funny videos and memes to start your day with a smile
To start your day with a smile, we're going to post five funny viral videos and memes every morning. Because we believe in starting the day on the right foot even when things feel like they're all going wrong.
Buzz - July 13, 2020
Common Council approves mask mandate for City of Milwaukee
The Milwaukee Common Council voted Monday afternoon to approve a mandatory mask ordinance for the City of Milwaukee, in order to slow the ongoing spread of the COVID-19 outbreak.
#RaiseMKE - July 13, 2020
Ahead of vote, MKE businesses call on Common Council, mayor to pass mask mandate
With the Milwaukee Common Council set to vote on a citywide mask ordinance on Monday, more than 80 local businesses and organizations reiterated their support for a mask mandate for public spaces in order to fight the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Movies & TV - July 11, 2020
100 good movies you can watch on Netflix while stuck at home
To help your social distancing go as entertainingly as possible, here's a list of 100 good movies - from awesome action flicks to cool choices for children to stellar sports stories and more - you can currently find on Netflix.
Movies & TV - July 10, 2020
100 good movies you can watch on Hulu while stuck at home
To help you find your new favorite movie - or at the very least find you a solid streaming option for your next night in - here are 100 good movies you should check out on Hulu to keep you staying home, staying healthy and staying entertained.
Movies & TV - July 10, 2020
Local filmmaker remembers the late great comedy legend Carl Reiner
Carl Reiner leaves behind an impressive legacy as an entertainer, but also as one of the truly good guys in Hollywood, a person who everyone has a good story to tell and a kind thing to say. One of those people is Milwaukee filmmaker Steve Boettcher.
Movies & TV - July 10, 2020
Now showing at MKE Film's Sofa Cinema
The next time you're looking for an escape from the news and quarantine life, and you've already binge-watched that sitcom beginning to end 17 times, try one of the following Sofa Cinema options.
Movies & TV - July 10, 2020
And action! A guide to Wisconsin's drive-in movie theaters
Now that they've got the green light, we can hopefully expect to roll film on going to the movies again soon. And when that happens, here are several Wisconsin drive-ins still keeping the glorious tradition of movie-going - both retro and current - alive.
Buzz - July 9, 2020
Committee passes mask mandate, moves to Common Council for vote next week
After an almost two hour meeting and discussion, the Public Safety and Health Committee passed a proposed mask mandate for the City of Milwaukee. The ordinance now proceeds to the entire Common Council for approval next week.
Sports - July 9, 2020
Brewers release schedule for 2021 season
The Brewers are already looking ahead to 2021 as the team today released its schedule for next (hopefully normal) season.
#RaiseMKE - July 9, 2020
Shorewood passes mask mandate ordinance for indoor public spaces
In order to stop the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, the seven-person Shorewood Village Board voted unanimously late Wednesday night to pass an ordinance requiring masks in public indoor spaces.
Dining - July 8, 2020
Cream City Cluckery chicken tender eatery opens in Deer District today
You've got a new excuse to wing it over to Deer District: Cream City Cluckery, a new delivery and pickup restaurant focusing only on chicken tenders, opens Wednesday.
Sports - July 6, 2020
You can still sit in the stands (in cutout form) at a 2020 Brewers game
Don't worry if you swung and missed at that first pitch, because the Brewers are giving you another at bat, putting another round of "Cutout Crew" fake fans in the stands on sale Tuesday morning.
Sports - July 6, 2020
Brewers release 2020 regular season schedule, will open on road against Cubs
MLB announced the schedule for the upcoming COVID-shortened 60-game season on Monday night, revealing that the Brewers will start their 2020 campaign on Friday, July 24 on the road against �" who else? �" the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field.
Bars & Clubs - July 6, 2020
The S Bar at Silverspot Cinema in Brookfield will reopen July 8
The "S" in The S Bar apparently stands for "serving soon," as the restaurant and lounge found at the Silverspot Cinema in The Corners of Brookfield announced that it will reopen for lounge and patio service beginning Wednesday, July 8.
Arts & Entertainment - July 6, 2020
Milwaukee Art Museum announces reopening date, free admission for a month
The Milwaukee Art Museum will reopen to the public on Thursday, July 16, complete with new hours, a reserved part of the day for high-risk visitors and a month of free admission for all.
Arts & Entertainment - July 3, 2020
New floral art piece blooms in front of Sherman Phoenix
Gorgeous and meaningful public art is putting down roots all across Milwaukee, and now there's a new temporary piece in bloom in front of Sherman Phoenix - quite literally.
Sports - July 3, 2020
Great Scott! Brewers head "Back to the Future" with new video spoof
For the third year in a row, the Brewers have won the season before it even started with a video spoof - this time, in a pick befitting their new retro-tastic look, they're doing their best impression of the '80s classic "Back to the Future."
#RaiseMKE - July 2, 2020
Read Sterling Brown's Players' Tribune essay on experiencing police brutality
As an important reminder of the ongoing Black Lives Matter movement and the work still to be done, The Players' Tribune today published a piece from Bucks guard Sterling Brown about his harrowing experience in Milwaukee with police brutality.
#RaiseMKE - July 2, 2020
The Highbury Pub to paint Giannis "Respect" tribute mural
Few have embraced the challenge of these current times like The Highbury Pub - from turning into a beer store to giving supporters "golden tickets" for enjoying soccer matches and, now, painting a mural in honor of a great local icon and his even greater mission.
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