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Dining - April 18, 2019
ICC's 24th A Taste of Italy adds new flavors to traditional favorites
Each April, at the Italian Community Center, 631 E. Chicago St., A Taste of Italy draws Milwaukee in to sample tasty Italian-American treats. This year's 24th annual event takes place Sunday, April 28 from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Admission is free.
Marketplace - April 12, 2019
A last look inside the old King Dr. Schuster's / Gimbels before rehab begins
Thanks to a partnership between the Medical College of Wisconsin and the Greater Milwaukee Foundation, the beautiful Kirchhoff & Rose-designed building at King and Garfield is getting a makeover and new use. Today we went inside for one last look before the conversion begins.
Music - April 12, 2019
32-year radio stalwart Steve Palec toasts Brew City on Milwaukee Day
Milwaukee Day falling on a Sunday this year leaves a fastball hanging over the plate for 32-year Milwaukee radio veteran Steve Palec, whose show runs three hours every Sunday morning from 9 until noon.
Music - April 12, 2019
11 places to feed your vinyl addiction on Record Store Day
Just in time for Record Store Day, here are some of the best places around town to wax musical and feed your PVC addiction.
Arts & Entertainment - April 11, 2019
12th annual Art in Bloom blossoms at Milwaukee Art Museum
As we await the arrival of a good, solid stretch of spring weather, Milwaukee Art Museum is opening this year's installment of the annual Art in Bloom, which runs Thursday, April 11 through Sunday, April 14.
Music - April 11, 2019
Record Store Day 2019 brings limited edition gems & free ticket giveaways
Record Store Day 2019 is upon us - Saturday, April 13 - and, as always, there's a mountain of vinyl to help empty your bank account. Hell, Rhino alone has more than 30 special limited releases for the day. There's so much out there, that it's neigh impossible to keep track of it all.
Travel & Visitors Guide - April 10, 2019
Reykjavik just got a lot closer thanks to Chicago's Taste of Iceland
The annual Taste of Iceland, a four-day event presented by Iceland Naturally - a cooperative marketing group promoting Icelandic products and culture - returns to Chicago Thursday through Sunday with a series of unique events that showcase Icelandic cuisine, music, film and more.
Arts & Entertainment - April 9, 2019
Sculpture Milwaukee returns for a third year
The third installment of the Sculpture Milwaukee annual outdoor public art exhibition returns to Downtown this summer, bringing 22 works of art to Wisconsin Avenue from June 7 to Oct. 27.
Dining - April 9, 2019
A new flavor is rising at Purple Door for Milwaukee Day
In honor of both Milwaukee Day and its own eighth anniversary, Purple Door Ice Cream will launch a new flavor - and give away free cones of it.
Bars & Clubs - April 9, 2019
Progress report: Hacienda Beer Co. taproom
Door County's Hacienda Beer Co. is aiming to open its taproom on Farwell and North by Memorial Day weekend and so crews are working hard to get the former G-Daddy's BBC space into shape by then. We went inside to see how it's progressing.
Dining - April 9, 2019
Northpoint stand has a new operator and you know them
As Bartolotta Restaurant Group turns its lakefront focus to the roundhouse at McKinley Marina, the Musa family, which runs Casablanca on Brady Street, is in talks to take over the former custard and burgers stand at the foot of Northpoint hill.
Living - April 8, 2019
East Side BID hosts first fitness crawl
Milwaukee jumps into the fitness crawl craze on Saturday, April 27 as six East Side fitness facilities participate in The East Side Business Improvement District's first fitness crawl.
Marketplace - April 8, 2019
Urban spelunking: Cudahy's Pulaski Inn
Tradition runs deep in Cudahy and the Pulaski Hall that was built there, at 3900 E. Pulaski Ave., in 1905 not only still stands, it's still operating. And it still bears the name of the "Father of the American cavalry," Kazimierz Pulaski.
Buzz - April 5, 2019
Voting still open for LISC's 2019 MANDI People's Choice Award
Winners of LISC Milwaukee's annual MANDI neighborhood development awards will be announced in an event on Thursday, April 11 at Potawatomi Hotel and Casino, at 4:30 p.m. Until then, the public can still vote for the People's Choice Award winner, which receives $1,000.
Travel & Visitors Guide - April 5, 2019
Dublin, Ohio: A rainbow with a pot of gold on each side
For years, Dublin, Ohio was a quiet little gem about a dozen miles from downtown Columbus. Now, it is now a prosperous, growing community that has landed on The New York Times' 52 Places to Go in 2019 list. And it's an easy trip from Milwaukee.
Music - April 4, 2019
5 questions for Milwaukee banjo-slinger Michael Rossetto
If you're looking for an banjo-slinging Italian, look no further than Milwaukee's own Michael Rossetto, whose new CD, "Intermodal Blues," is out now on Minneapolis-based Shifting Paradigm Records. We caught up with Rossetto to ask about the CD and the route he took to get to it.
Marketplace - April 4, 2019
WasteCap's Razed & Found retail shop is closing
Much to the dismay of homeowners, rehabbers, and lovers of historical architectural elements and materials, Razed & Found is closing its retail store at 2123 W. Michigan St.
Arts & Entertainment - April 4, 2019
Wallpapered City is bringing series of murals to the heart of East Tosa
Wallpapered City's Stacey Williams-Ng, who helped make the East Side mural walk a reality, is working with the Wauwatosa Tourism Commission on a series of murals on exterior walls in the East Tosa neighborhood.
Travel & Visitors Guide - April 3, 2019
Abele announces major changes to Mitchell Airport retail and dining
In advance of the arrival of the 2020 Democratic National Convention next summer Mitchell International Airport will get 22 new or remodeled shops and restaurants, according to Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele.
Kids & Family - April 2, 2019
When it comes to saving for college, it pays big to start early
According to The Institute for College Access & Success, average student loan debt in Wisconsin was $29,569. While that can seem like a daunting number, if you start early, you'll have time on your side when it comes to saving for college.
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