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Marketplace - Sept. 14, 2019
Hard seltzer is hot, but some of us are still cool with LaCroix
Hard seltzer is hot hot hot, but some of us are still smitten with plain ol' LaCroix.
Kids & Family - Sept. 13, 2019
Good boys welcome: Surprisingly dog-friendly spots in Milwaukee
You've seen dogs on patios, but how about Barnes and Noble or any of these other places you'd never suspect are dog-friendly?
Dining - Sept. 10, 2019
Kombucha: the drink you never heard of that's now everywhere
Stop by Muse Brews at the Newaukee Night Market on Wednesday, Sept. 11. for a sample of kombucha and decide for yourself if it's a go or a no.
#RaiseMKE - Sept. 9, 2019
There's a lot to love about the 2019 Heart Walk Milwaukee
When Adia Green and her two sons participate in the 2019 Greater Milwaukee Heart & Stroke Walk/5K Run later this month, they'll celebrate not one but two of their family members' lives.
#RaiseMKE - Sept. 9, 2019
Uncle Buck's honors fallen officer with football, buffet
Fallen officer Matthew Ritnner's name will soon be added to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Wall in D.C. and to contribute to travel expenses for Rittner's family and cow-workers, Uncle Buck's will host a fundraiser during the Packers game.
Kids & Family - Sept. 6, 2019
Hey, parents: Milwaukee has a local cloth diaper service again
It's been a few years since Milwaukee had a locally-based cloth diaper service, but as of the end of August, the option returned when Abigail Austin launched Wholesome Diaper Co.
Dining - Sept. 4, 2019
SmallPie, Pilcrow Coffee coming to Crossroads Collective
The timing of a coffee bar and a pie shop opening simultaneously is impeccable, and it's happening soon at Crossroads Collective.
Kids & Family - Aug. 30, 2019
Why are so many Wisconsin dogs rescued from the South?
Experts and animal enthusiasts speculate the reason that Wisconsin has a surplus of rescues is because - generally speaking - attitudes towards pets are different here. But there are other reasons, too.
Dining - Aug. 28, 2019
7 reasons why pie is better than cake
It's National Cherry Turnovers Day, enough of a reason for us to declare that pie is simply better than cake. Fight us.
Arts & Entertainment - Aug. 24, 2019
Headless woman mural stirs controversy
What are your thoughts on this new Third Ward mural?
Sports - Aug. 20, 2019
Adventure Rock coming to Walker's Point
Adventure Rock will open it's third location in the Milwaukee Brewing Co.'s space, 613 S. 2nd St.
Movies & TV - Aug. 19, 2019
Milwaukee Talks: WISN meteorologist Sally Severson
Sally Severson, meteorologist for WISN, will semi-retire this Friday, so OnMilwaukee tracked her down to chat about her powerful contributions to science and Milwaukee as well as her plans for the future.
Bars & Clubs - Aug. 16, 2019
Milwaukee OG: The Bloody Mary "chaser"
What's up with the tradition of serving a tiny glass or bottle of beer with boozy tomato juice and why does it (mostly) only happen in Wisconsin?
Marketplace - Aug. 14, 2019
Milwaukee's first Mobile Boutique Market coming to Third Ward
re:Craft & Relic, one of Wisconsin's largest indoor up-cycling, re-purposing, and vintage events, will launch Milwaukee's first Mobile Boutique Market on Saturday, August 24 on East Buffalo Street.
Festival Guide - Aug. 14, 2019
OnMilwaukee sports cutting-edge temporary tattoo printer at Night Market
During tonight's Newaukee Night Market, OnMilwaukee will administer free temporary tattoos by a newfangled device called The Prinker.
Movies & TV - Aug. 13, 2019
"Good Morning America" to host pop-up show in Milwaukee on Wednesday
Tomorrow morning, the GMA crew will be in Milwaukee to broadcast live from the Milwaukee Art Museum - and the public is welcome!
#RaiseMKE - Aug. 11, 2019
Free-to-borrow outdoor wheelchairs help folks take a new path
Michael Kozlowski reserved an all-terrain outdoor wheelchair from Riveredge Nature Center and went on a one-mile hike in the serenity of nature. These life-changing chairs are free to use and available to anyone.
Festival Guide - Aug. 10, 2019
Parking cars on lawns joins cows and cream puffs as State Fair traditions
For 11 days every summer, the blocks on the borders of State Fair Park basically become parking lots for fairgoers. But is this legal? And how lucrative is it? Get all the answers right here, folks.
Festival Guide - Aug. 8, 2019
Move over cream puffs, let's try State Fair foods made with bugs and snakes
We decided to try State Fair's snake soup, cricket tacos, ants on a stick, earthworm jerky and cricket jerky. Spoiler alert: it was all very leggy.
#RaiseMKE - Aug. 7, 2019
Free library book delivery service starts in September
Helium, a library book delivery service in Milwaukee County, enables residents to rent library books online, have them delivered to their home, picked up and returned.
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