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Dining - April 4, 2019
10 local spots to get your National Burrito Day fix
Today you have a reason - nay, an obligation! - to make the good, prudent and fulfilling decision to eat a burrito. That's because the first Thursday in April is designated as National Burrito Day. Here are 10 great local places to get your fix.
Sports - Sept. 2, 2018
After cut-down day, here's how the Packers' 53-man roster looks
The Packers reduced their roster to the league-mandated 53 players on Saturday. Following those cuts, announced by general manager Brian Gutekunst, here is a look at Green Bay's 53-man team going into the 2018 NFL regular season.
Sports - Aug. 31, 2018
3 somethings from the Packers' 33-21 preseason-finale loss to the Chiefs
While their superstar quarterback and now the NFL's highest-paid player didn't even make the trip to Kansas City, the Packers passers were still the main storyline in Thursday night's preseason finale. Here are three takeaways from the 33-21 loss to the Chiefs.
Sports - Aug. 30, 2018
Sudden NL MVP candidate Christian Yelich does it all in Brewers' wild win
The Brewers' wild 13-12 win over the Reds in Cincinnati on Wednesday may have been their most exciting game of the year. And on an explosive, important night when Milwaukee had a season-high 22 hits, while the Cubs and Cardinals both lost, the driver's seat belonged entirely to Christian Yelich.
Sports - Aug. 20, 2018
Brewers' Miller Park homestand highlights, Aug. 20-26
Besides the excitement of watching a team in a playoff race battle its divisional rivals, the Brewers are giving fans plenty of other reasons to come out to Miller Park this week, including giveaways like a performance T-shirt, brewmaster shirt and Lorenzo Cain bobblehead.
Sports - Aug. 17, 2018
3 somethings from the Packers' 51-34 preseason win over the Steelers
Preseason or not, the Green Bay Packers' 51-34 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers was good football fun. Aaron Rodgers' warmly welcomed return to Lambeau Field; big plays on defense; Jake freakin' Kumerow. There were plenty of takeaways from Thursday night; here are three of them.
Sports - Aug. 10, 2018
5 somethings from the Packers' 31-17 preseason win over the Titans
In the first exhibition game, with a dozen likely starters - including Aaron Rodgers - not in uniform, the quarterbacking was the main story. But, though the game didn't matter and many of the players won't be on the roster in a few weeks, there were other takeaways, too. Here are five.
Sports - Aug. 5, 2018
Third time's the charm: Bavarians win seventh national championship
For Milwaukee Bavarian SC, the third time was the charm, and championship number seven sure felt sweet. Bavarians won the United States Adult Soccer Association Amateur Cup at Heartland Value Fund Stadium, lifting - then promptly drinking beer out of - the Fritz Marth Trophy on Saturday night.
Bars & Clubs - July 27, 2018
Hidden Gem: Gas-Lite West
In the heart of Greenfield, less than a mile north of I-43, is a classic corner bar, a 41-year-old neighborhood pub where the drinks are cheap, the service is fast and friendly, the conversation comes easy and everyone is a regular - or becomes one quick.
Sports - July 27, 2018
5 pressing questions going into Packers training camp
The Packers open training camp on July 27 looking ahead to a new season (with a new GM, new defensive coordinator and healthy Aaron Rodgers) that they hope will be a significant improvement over their calamitous 2017 campaign. Before the players ride bikes into camp, here are five questions.
Sports - July 26, 2018
Brewers acquire reliever Joakim Soria in trade with White Sox
The Brewers made a trade Thursday, their first before the July 31 deadline. Milwaukee acquired right-handed reliever Joakim Soria from the Chicago White Sox in exchange for left-handed starter Kodi Medeiros and right-hander Wilber Perez.
Sports - July 26, 2018
The new Bucks arena finally gets a name: the Fiserv Forum
After a long wait and endless speculation, the new Bucks arena finally has a name.
Sports - July 26, 2018
The Killers, plus Violent Femmes, to play Bucks arena's grand opening show
The new Bucks arena has booked its venue-opening act. The Killers will perform the Grand Opening at the Wisconsin Entertainment and Sports Center on Sept. 4, and the concert will also feature Milwaukee natives Violent Femmes.
Sports - July 24, 2018
An ode to Geoff Jenkins, who's going into the Brewers Walk of Fame tonight
The Brewers will honor two of the franchise's best left-handed hitters, Geoff Jenkins and Prince Fielder, and the two longest-tenured general managers in team history, Doug Melvin and the late Harry Dalton, with a special pregame ceremony at Miller Park before tonight's game.
Sports - July 24, 2018
James Lofton joins Packers TV Network broadcast team as preseason analyst
The Packers on Tuesday announced that Pro Football Hall of Famer and former Green Bay receiver James Lofton will join the Packers Television Network broadcast team as a color analyst for the preseason.
Sports - July 23, 2018
Ald. Rainey calls standing ovation for Hader "an embarrassment to the world"
On Saturday, Brewers reliever Josh Hader pitched for the first time since tweets containing racist and homophobic language surfaced during last week's All-Star Game. But the standing ovation Hader received from the Miller Park crowd was what troubled Ald. Khalif Rainey and many others.
Sports - July 23, 2018
Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum releases Cain, Yelich and mascot bobbles
The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum has released three new officially licensed Brewers bobbleheads: All-Star outfielders Lorenzo Cain and Christian Yelich and three of their mascots together, Bernie, Barrelman and Hank the dog.
Music - July 19, 2018
Khalif Rainey makes pitch for Milwaukee to host Jay-Z's annual music festival
On Thursday, 7th District Alderman Khalif Rainey sent a letter explaining why Milwaukee should host the 2019 Made in America festival, a multi-genre musical event founded by rapper and entertainment mogul Jay-Z and his company, Roc Nation.
Travel & Visitors Guide - July 19, 2018
Your guide to a great guys getaway in Lake Geneva
Lake Geneva, that touristy resort town 50 miles southwest of Milwaukee, is a haven for bachelorette parties and a cherished vacation destination for families. But don't underrate it as a fun getaway for guys. Lake Geneva is for the boys too.
Sports - July 18, 2018
Brewers and MLB release statements on Josh Hader's offensive tweets
During the MLB All-Star Game on Tuesday night, bigoted and offensive tweets posted several years ago by then-teenaged Josh Hader surfaced, prompting an immediate public and media firestorm. On Wednesday, the Brewers and MLB released statements.
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