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Sports - Jan. 17, 2020
Packers/Chiefs rematch could boost interest in rare film of first Super Bowl
This Sunday, both the Green Bay Packers and the Kansas City Chiefs are vying for Super Bowl spots. If each wins its conference championship, Super Bowl LIV will be a rematch of the very first Super Bowl, in which the Packers topped the Chiefs, 35-10, in January 1967. Good luck finding a complete film of that game.
Arts & Entertainment - Jan. 17, 2020
Milwaukee Museum Week returns for a second straight year
Representatives from 17 Brew City museums were on hand Friday morning to launch the second annual installment of Milwaukee Museum Week, which kicks off Saturday, Jan. 18 and runs through Sunday, Jan. 26.
Music - Jan. 16, 2020
The 1975 adds Fiserv Forum gig
On the same day that The 1975 unveiled a new track, "Me & You Together Song," from its anticipated album "Notes On A Conditional Form," due out on Friday, April 24, the GRAMMY-nominated band also announced that it will perform at Fiserv Forum on Monday, May 18.
Arts & Entertainment - Jan. 16, 2020
Artists, ready your palettes: Tosa seeks artists for bracket-style tourney
Artists, ready your palettes. The City of Wauwatosa is teaming with NEWaukee on a unique four-day, bracket-style live painting tournament, June 3-6.
Travel & Visitors Guide - Jan. 16, 2020
Ice Castles hope to open soon near Lake Geneva
After a polar vortex-chilled, six-week run last year on the Riviera Beach in the heart of Lake Geneva, the upcoming Ice Castles frozen and illuminated ice extravaganza will move about seven miles northwest to the edge of Lake Como.
Marketplace - Jan. 16, 2020
Crowle shepherds transformation of St. James into new events venue
St. James Episcopal Church has been a fixture on West Wisconsin Avenue for more than 150 years now, and thanks to a new project that's due for completion soon, the 1868 will move into the future with a new purpose.
Dining - Jan. 16, 2020
Cluck yeah, Lakefront is hosting a saucy hot wings challenge ... do you dare?
In honor of the joyous occasion of National Hot Sauce Day, Lakefront is dishing up wings with five different Buffalo sauces and hosting its debut Hot Wing Challenge, on Wednesday, Jan. 22.
Bars & Clubs - Jan. 14, 2020
New Captain Pabst line of craft-style brews spurs rebrand of MKE taproom
As the first entry of a new line of craft-style brews arrives on shelves in Wisconsin and Chicago from Pabst Brewing Company, the company's local taproom and brewery is getting a new name.
Travel & Visitors Guide - Jan. 14, 2020
Bailey hopes to have Downtown Kinn MKE Guesthouse hotel open by summer
Charles Bailey is moving ahead with plans for a second Kinn MKE Guesthouse boutique hotel location, this one on the northeast corner of Broadway and Michigan Street in Downtown Milwaukee.
Buzz - Jan. 14, 2020
Busy night in Westown brings street closures and parking restrictions
Due to the campaign rally being held at the UWM Panther Arena and a Bucks game simultaneously at 7 p.m. at the Fiserv Forum on Tuesday - as well as expected protests (not, presumably, against the best team in the NBA), Milwaukee Police Department has announced some road closures.
Milwaukee History - Jan. 14, 2020
6 of the coolest treasures in the Historical Society's new "Revealed" show
Here are some of the most interesting objects in the new Milwaukee County Historical Society exhibition, "Revealed: Milwaukee's Unseen Treasures," which runs through April 25.
Holiday Guide - Jan. 13, 2020
10 great records of 2019
They may not be the best, but these were the records that meant something to me; that provided the soundtrack to my 2019. Some were played so much that I'm surprised the CD player's laser didn't cut a circular groove clear through the plastic, others got less air time but were still memorable.
Arts & Entertainment - Jan. 10, 2020
Cirque's "Axel" brings breathtaking acrobatics to Fiserv
"Axel," the second Cirque show on ice to visit Milwaukee - after last year's "Crystal" - is a must-see. It's at the Fiserv Forum through Sunday.
Milwaukee History - Jan. 9, 2020
Urban spelunking: Shepard Avenue posts
Recently, reader Katie McMahon asked about the columns that appear on the corner of Shepard Avenue and Locust Street on the East Side, reminding me that like Katie and likely you and most everyone that's ever seen them, I've been curious about them.
Dining - Jan. 8, 2020
Owners vow new Tavolino restaurant will keep the Divino pizza recipe
If you're worried about the delicious Palermo Villa pizza disappearing when Divino Wine and Dine, 2315 N. Murray Ave., closes on Jan. 31, you can rest easy, say new owners Peter Dietrich and Derek Nackers.
Arts & Entertainment - Jan. 8, 2020
Artists sought to paint mural on the 2nd Street skywalk Downtown
As part of a vision for an enhanced pedestrian experience along North 2nd Street between Michigan Street and Postman's Porch at Wells Street, Milwaukee Downtown, BID #21, has partnered with The Avenue on a new mural on the south face of the skywalk that spans the street between Wisconsin Avenue and Michigan Street.
Living - Jan. 7, 2020
Petition seeks support for keeping Lake Park's Ravine Road open to all
The Ravine Road - which snakes through Lake Park from up where Newberry Boulevard meets the park down to Lincoln Memorial Drive - has been closed for years while Milwaukee County has figured out what to do about the endangered Ferry & Clas-designed bridge that spans it. A petition seeks to ensure that it is ultimately reopened.
Milwaukee History - Jan. 7, 2020
11 more lost Milwaukee schoolhouses
When, a few years ago, I posted about 11 lost Milwaukee schoolhouses, readers asked for more. Here, then, are 11 more examples of temples of learning lost to the wrecking ball over the years.
Dining - Jan. 5, 2020
Divino Wine & Dine has been sold and will close
Divino Wine and Dine, the Italian restaurant and pizzeria at 2315 N. Murray Ave., has been sold and the restaurant will close at the end of service on Jan. 31, according to owners Dean Cannestra and Tina Conley.
Living - Jan. 4, 2020
Strap on your skates, 'Stallis, Kegel's is making an ice rink
Despite the mild start to January, it's plenty chilly to lace up some skates and hit the ice. And, thanks to Kegel's Inn, 5901 W. National Ave., you can do it right in the street in West Allis.
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