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Bars & Clubs - March 23, 2017
Urban spelunking: Kneisler's 126-year-old White House tavern
A lot has changed in Milwaukee over the years, and especially in Bay View. But one thing that's remained constant for nearly 126 years is the white clapboard tavern on the corner of Ellen Street, where Kinnickinnic Avenue bends off to the right.
Marketplace - March 21, 2017
Urban spelunking: New Plum Media headquarters in the Menomonee Valley
A couple weeks ago, Plum Media turned the dirt to ceremoniously launch $1.85 million in renovation work to turn a former Milwaukee Casket Company shipping and receiving building into its new headquarters. Today, we step inside to take a look around.
Bars & Clubs - March 16, 2017
Josephine Dolan built Downtown's Harp Irish Pub
Most Milwaukeeans know about The Harp Irish Pub at 113 E. Juneau Ave., but, sadly, few now remember its founder, Josephine Dolan, who was a beloved Brew City publican. Luckily, her granddaugher Patricia Doherty wrote in to remind us all.
Milwaukee History - March 16, 2017
Urban spelunking: Wisconsin Avenue's hidden mansion
In the past, I'd noticed a German Renaissance Revival mansion peeking up over the low retail space on the northeast corner of 26th and Wisconsin. But until yesterday, I hadn't realized that they're actually connected.
Bars & Clubs - March 13, 2017
Pabst comes home: A first look at the new Milwaukee brewery
The Pabst Brewing Milwaukee is hosting a media preview today, in advance of its official opening, slated for Milwaukee Day, April 14. But we got the first look. Click here to get the first peek inside at the most anticipated taproom and gastropub in town.