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Dining - Oct. 15, 2017
Milwaukee brunch guide
The weekly grind hardly allows time for a.m. bacon, eggs and hash browns, and if there is time to whip 'em up, they're usually scarfed down fast. That's why weekend brunches are such a relaxing treat. Check out our list of the local Sunday morning hot spots and take some time to savor simple and elaborate breakfast treats.
Dining - April 16, 2017
2017 Easter brunch guide
If you don't want to do the cooking this Easter, a number of local eateries are willing to do the work for you and let you kick back and relax with family, friends or just that special someone.
Tagged with: Easter, Brunch, MKE, Milwaukee, food, dining
Milwaukee History - Aug. 14, 2016
Gay Uncles Day celebrates history's unsung heroes
As the niece of Jim Dorn, founder of Your Place at 813 S. 1st St., Kim Schultz grew up in a world of fabulous bachelor uncles, disco 45s and light-up dance floors. In honor of Jim Dorn, and gay uncles everywhere, we'd like to share her story with you.
Dining - March 8, 2016
2016 Milwaukee brunch guide
The weekly grind hardly allows time for a.m. bacon, eggs and hash browns, and if there is time to whip 'em up, they're usually scarfed down fast. That's why weekend brunches are such a relaxing treat. Check out our list of the local Sunday morning hot spots and take some time to savor simple and elaborate breakfast treats.
Marketplace - April 25, 2015
Pete the cobbler shines in work and family
When the Rolling Stones came to Milwaukee in 2005, drummer Charlie Watts needed work done on the heel of his boot. He took it to be repaired by Peter Gerasopoulos, a legendary local cobbler who runs a shop, simply called Cobbler Shoe Service, at 827 W. Oklahoma Ave.

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