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Festival Guide - Nov. 18, 2019
Progress report: Phase two of the AmFam Amphitheater
If the changes to the American Family Insurance Amphitheater at the Henry Maier Festival Park - aka the Summerfest grounds - weren't enough for you at last year's Big Gig, there's more coming! We got a peek at the progress on phase two of the upgrades today.
Kids & Family - Nov. 15, 2019
First look: Playmobil showroom at Delafield's Smiley Barn
There are just two Playmobil showrooms in the United States and, of course, one of them is at New York's legendary toy palace FAO Schwartz, now located in Rockefeller Center. The other? At Delafield's The Smiley Barn, of course.
Bars & Clubs - Nov. 14, 2019
Great Lakes Distillery will launch a brand new ... beer?!
On Sunday, Nov. 17 at 10 a.m., Great Lakes Distillery will launch a brand new ... beer?! That's right, Milwaukee's pioneer post-Prohibition distillery, 616 W. Virginia St., has teamed with its neighbors at MobCraft Beer to create Chaser American Lager, which will be permanently and exclusively sold at the Great Lakes tasting room.
Arts & Entertainment - Nov. 14, 2019
7 masterworks in the new "A Modern Vision" show at MAM
On Friday, Nov. 15, Milwaukee Art Museum opens "A Modern Vision: European Masterworks from The Phillips Collection," a show that showcases 50 beautiful and important works from the renowned Washington, D.C. museum. Here are 7 tantalizing teasers to get you there.
Music - Nov. 13, 2019
Vote now for your favorites in the Radio Milwaukee Music Awards
Each year, Milwaukee's own 88Nine Radio Milwaukee pays tribute to homegrown talent via the Radio Milwaukee Music Awards. It's a process that requires your input.
Milwaukee History - Nov. 13, 2019
Do you recognize the woman in this B. Artin Haig portrait?
Once in a while, during visits to places around town for Urban Spelunking stories, I come across unexpected things. Like the photo you see here. Do you know who she is?
Bars & Clubs - Nov. 12, 2019
Living the High Life: "Champagne of Beers" is back in Champagne-sized bottles
You can once again toast the holiday season in classic Brew City style because Miller has again brought back its limited-edition Miller High Life lager in Champagne-style bottles.
Marketplace - Nov. 12, 2019
3 properties for sale by the City are rich in hyperlocal history
The City of Milwaukee's Department of City Development has a trio of new commercial property listings online and all three are vintage corner retail buildings on the North Side.
Buzz - Nov. 11, 2019
Brewery District unveils new sculptural welcome sign in Juneau roundabout
On Tuesday morning at 10:30, the The Brewery Neighborhood Improvement District #1 will unveil a massive new sculptural sign for the neighborhood.
Bars & Clubs - Nov. 11, 2019
After 3 years, Faklandia Brewing is getting a home in St. Francis
After brewing its beer at home and on other breweries' systems for three years, Faklandia Brewery - launched in July 2016 by Nate Fakler and Ben Mantay - has finally found a home of its own. The two hope to convert a former industrial space at 2525 E. Crawford Ave. in St. Francis into a brewery and taproom by spring.
Marketplace - Nov. 8, 2019
Wheel & Spocket spins a new style of bike shop in Bay View
Wheel and Sprocket is hard at work converting a 100-year-old former lumber industry equipment manufacturing facility at 187 E. Becher St. in Bay View into a new bike shop, due to open in early 2020.
#RaiseMKE - Nov. 7, 2019
Longfellow School, Journey House & Water St. Brewery host homework dinners
Begun in the Albuquerque, New Mexico school district by teachers responding to a need for family support that they saw, homework dinners are taking hold here, too, thanks to a partnership between Journey House, MPS' Longfellow School and Water Street Brewery.
Arts & Entertainment - Nov. 7, 2019
Potawatomi is giving away five Menomonee Valley sculptures
Just east of Potawatomi lies a quirky sculpture garden at 1513 W. Canal St. in the Menomonee Valley. The garden has five sculptures that The Forest County Potawatomi Community - which now owns the site - is looking to give away to a good home.
Travel & Visitors Guide - Nov. 7, 2019
Reconnecting with old friends on a Windy City weekend
So often when I travel, I go in search of the new and different. But, sometimes, it's also nice to check in on some old friends. That's what I did last time I went to Chicago for a weekend getaway.
Bars & Clubs - Nov. 5, 2019
Getting a taste of Pabst's Blue Ribbon white whiskey
When Pabst announced it would release its own PBR-brand whiskey, we were intrigued, if, admittedly, a little skeptical. We finally got a taste.
Bars & Clubs - Nov. 5, 2019
Brew City gets a whiskey barrel tannenbaum courtesy of Jack Daniel
The Beer Garden at the Deer District has gotten a 26-foot tall whiskey barrel tree made from a stack of Jack Daniel Distillery barrels, bringing a Lynchburg, Tennessee tradition to this beer town. And it's for a good cause.
Holiday Guide - Nov. 5, 2019
New Christkindlmarket mug design is out
The popular German Christkindlmarket returns to the Deer District plaza outside Fiserv Forum, Nov. 15-Dec. 24 and, of course, it comes with its very own commemorative mug, as is tradition.
Marketplace - Nov. 5, 2019
Urban spelunking: Be Spectacled & former Drews Variety & Gridley Dairy
Depending on your age, or when Tosa Village became part of your reality, you may call the buildings at 7505-13 Harwood Avenue by different names. The two-story red brick building, erected in 1909 and currently undergoing renovations to become the new home of Be Spectacled, is packed full of Wauwatosa history.
#RaiseMKE - Nov. 4, 2019
Senior apartments project at old 37th Street School looks to move forward
Plans to convert Milwaukee Public Schools' former 37th Street School, 1715 N. 37th St. into 49 senior housing units is prepared to move forward after a long process.
Buzz - Nov. 1, 2019
The Hop streetcar is still free
Despite some recent reports to the contrary, it is still free to ride The Hop streetcar, even after the system celebrates its first birthday today.
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