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Kids & Family - March 31, 2020
Suggestions for keeping your kids (and, most importantly, their minds) engaged
If, like a lot of parents right now, you're finding that it's easy enough to keep kids occupied, but less easy keeping their minds firing on all cylinders, I've got you covered.
Dining - March 26, 2020
Get your ass in here: Milwaukee dining classics need your help
Here are some - not all - of the long-lived, family-run Milwaukee restaurants that have become Brew City classics, all of which can, like everyone else, use your help. "We are trying our best to stay alive," says Nite Owl's Chris Roepke, succinctly.
Milwaukee History - March 24, 2020
A look at the Milwaukee Gas Light Company's old West Side works
Before natural gas - before electricity - there was manufactured gas, also known as coal gas. Here's a look at a Milwaukee facility that gasified coal; it's now home to City Lights Brewing and other businesses.
Travel & Visitors Guide - March 24, 2020
10 Milwaukee-area places to visit virtually right now
Here are 10 places you can visit with me virtually, by clicking the links, where you'll find not only history, but tons of videos and sometimes video inside a variety of interesting places I've visited ...
Travel & Visitors Guide - March 19, 2020
Urban spelunking: The house that Michter's Whiskey (re)built
You could call it the house that bourbon built. But it might be more accurate to describe the Fort Nelson distillery, 801 W. Main St. in Lousville, as the house that Michter's re-built.