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Milwaukee History - April 17, 2018
Urban Spelunking: C. Frederick Ehlers' stunning Victorian Gothic house
It's difficult to reconcile the stark contrast between the optimistic, effusive beauty of the home that C. Frederick Ehlers - aka Fritz - built for his family on Milwaukee's North Side in 1886 with the tragedy that befell its builder.
Bars & Clubs - April 12, 2018
Brewery Spelunking: 1840 Brewing Co.
When I visited 1840 Brewing Co., I found a brewery unlike any I'd seen. In fact, it's the only brewery I've visited that doesn't have brew kettles. With only a few fermentation tanks at the back, but a plethora of oak barrels, 1840 looks as much like a winery or distillery as a brewery.
Dining - April 10, 2018
Urban Spelunking: The Diplomat / Cataldo's on Brady Street
The 815-21 E. Brady St. property has seen bars and restaurants come and go since it opened in 1928. It's possible no one remembers Tony Cossy's, but I bet some folks have fond memories of Eddie Pitzo's Sunny Italy and, of course, Cataldo's remains firmly entrenched in the Brady Street psyche.
Bars & Clubs - April 7, 2018
Beer me: Your guide to Milwaukee brewery tours
Milwaukee is getting more and more breweries and tours every day. Here is your guide to where, when, how much they cost and, most importantly, how much beer you get!
Marketplace - April 3, 2018
Developers tap Kahler Slater for MAC renovations
Co-developers of the Milwaukee Athletic Club renovation - J. Jeffers & Co. and Interstate Development Partners - have tapped Milwaukee's Kahler Slater to coordinate the project and lead the design work.