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Bars & Clubs - Feb. 18, 2011
Starting out right: suggestions for some great first dates
Nervous about where to take a first date? Relax. OMC is here to help. We've compiled this list of casually impressive spots that are sure to charm your date, no matter which part of town you're in.
Bars & Clubs - Oct. 19, 2010
Celiac beer lovers can rejoice over more gluten-free choices at Burnhearts
Millions of Americans are living with Celiac Disease and several Milwaukee-are restaurants and grocery stores are doing their part to make eating and living comfortably a little easier for those seeking breads, pastas, cereal, desserts and even lip balm made without gluten. What about about beer? This is Milwaukee, after all.
Dining - Oct. 12, 2010
The Fast Foodie introduces us to the globaco
To really understand the concept of The Fast Foodie, the latest player in the ever-expanding local street food game, is to first understand the concept of the globaco.
Arts & Entertainment - Sept. 29, 2010
Milwaukee Ballet announces Harmony Initiative
The Milwaukee Ballet has teamed up with the UWM Peck School of the Arts and the Medical College of Wisconsin to launch the Harmony Initiative, a new vision for Milwaukee's performing arts and education community.
Dining - Sept. 28, 2010
The Gumbo Git Down raises Gulf money
Paul and Lori Fredrich operate "Burp! Where Food Happens," a local food blog that focuses on seasonal cooking with "real" food that is locally-sourced. But this Oct. 10, the foodie duo is shifting its food focus due south by helping to organize the Gumbo Git Down, an afternoon of delicious Southern fare and music in support of the Gulf Restoration Network.
Movies & TV - Sept. 26, 2010
Milwaukee Film Festival: "Jean-Michel Basquiat: The Radiant Child"
Tamra Davis, director of "Jean-Michel Basquiat: The Radiant Child" and close friend of the artist, interviewed Basquiat in 1985, at the height of his career in New York. Less than three years later, he died of a heroin overdose at age 27 and Davis shoved her intimate footage into a drawer and left it there for 20 years.
Marketplace - Sept. 21, 2010
New Columbia St. Mary's hospital opens Oct. 12
The dust has settled and the attractive landscaping is complete, paving the way for the East Side's new Columbia St. Mary's Hospital to open Oct. 12.
Buzz - Sept. 17, 2010
Do your part to help #SaveTeecycle
If you're a Milwaukeean on Twitter, chances are you're already aware of the various efforts to help the homeowners who lost close to everything this past July in what's been dubbed "The Great Brew City Flood."
Music - Sept. 17, 2010
Call Me Lightning hits the road with Russian Circles
After playing a few shows locally this summer, including the inaugural "Save the Turf" benefit show at the Cactus Club in late September, Call Me Lightning is hitting the road with Chicago's Russian Circles for a tour that shoots them around the Midwest and the West Coast.
Arts & Entertainment - Sept. 16, 2010
Milwaukee artists contribute to Ace Hotels' style statement
If you're unfamiliar with the brand, Ace is a small chain of boutique hotels that cater to the "creative class" by offering stylish rooms complete with high-end amenities. Two Milwaukee artists where chosen to create art for a room in its New York location.
Arts & Entertainment - Sept. 16, 2010
MAM's attendance soars
The Milwaukee Art Museum has reported great attendance news for its fiscal year, which ended Aug. 31.
Bars & Clubs - Sept. 13, 2010
Effen Art of Design comes to Milwaukee
Effen Vodka is on a mission to find the best mixologists in the country and this Thursday, Sept. 16, the search brings it to Milwaukee.
Arts & Entertainment - Sept. 10, 2010
Masked Mexican wrestling returns to Milwaukee
It's been two years since it debuted in Milwaukee at the Turner Hall Ballroom and if you still don't know what Mondo Lucha is, you'd best read on and catch up.
Bars & Clubs - Sept. 9, 2010
Silk owners try again for Satin in Walker's Point
The owners of Silk strip club try to get approval for another club, Satin, in Walker's Point ... again.
Bars & Clubs - Sept. 8, 2010
Save room for dessert at the new Magnolia
According to Virgil Maldonado, his new Walker's Point lounge is a great place to either start or end your evening. Magnolia, which recently resurrected the beautiful space at 626 S. 5th St. previously inhabited by Hemingway's Cuban restaurant, specializes in pre- and post-dinner decadence.
Arts & Entertainment - Sept. 7, 2010
Boutiques band together for Fashion Night 2010
Locally owned boutiques and Milwaukee-based designers have banded together for various fashion events, including Fashion Revolution and the Made in Milwaukee events. The latest stylish collaboration is called MKE Fashion Night 2010 and it's happening Friday, Sept. 10 at Bacchus, 925 E. Wells St.
Dining - Sept. 4, 2010
A vibrant new look for La Merenda
La Merenda's reputation for exquisitely prepared international tapas has made it a popular dining destination. Milwaukeeans quickly fell in love with the restaurant, but despite its continued success, owner and executive chef Peter Sandroni felt it was time for a little remodeling. Here's a peak at the upgrades.
Dining - Sept. 3, 2010
Streetza competes for a spot on "The Great Food Truck Race"
If you're on Twitter, then you probably already know that Streetza has recently been nominated to be on The Food Network's "The Great Food Truck Race Season 2." Read on to find out how to help them win.
Arts & Entertainment - Sept. 2, 2010
Have a passion for fashion?
The new Art Institute of Wisconsin announced plans today to join the national Passion for Fashion competition to offer tuition scholarships to high school students interested in fashion design.
Arts & Entertainment - Sept. 1, 2010
Made in Milwaukee hits a milestone with its biggest event yet
Much like the city its named for, Saturday's annual gathering of music makers, fashion flaunters and creative crafters known as Made in Milwaukee just gets bigger and better each year.
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