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Bars & Clubs - July 21, 2017
Made in Milwaukee: Lakefront Brewery
Lakefront Brewery's 19th-century home has seen a lot of changes on Commerce Street since it was built in 1890. We take a look at some of them here.
Milwaukee History - July 18, 2017
Urban spelunking: The Ritz/Villa Theater
Perhaps I shouldn't have been surprised to step inside the former Ritz Theater movie house 3608 W. Villard Ave. and find it intact as a movie house. But after The Ritz, which was called the Villa by then, was closed by Marcus Theatres in 1986, it had a brief return as a movie house in the following decade, so it hasn't really been gone all that long.
Milwaukee History - July 14, 2017
Hidden Gem: Regano's Roman Coin bowling lanes
Milwaukee is awash in rumors about secret bowling alleys, hidden tunnels and former rooming houses. But in the case of Regano's Roman Coin, a family-owned bar at 1004 E. Brady St., it's true. Well, most of it.
#RaiseMKE - July 13, 2017
McKinley Elementary: A look inside a place that matters
I've long been eager to see inside the former McKinley School, 2001 W. Vliet St., which was shuttered and sold by MPS nearly 40 years ago. After a 2013 fire, the private day care and school located there closed. Now, there's a plan to renovate it into apartments and we take you inside.
Milwaukee History - July 11, 2017
Little landmarks: Neighborhood churches edition
In this occasional series that looks at some often-unheralded gems of local architecture and history, we turn our eyes toward some small neighborhood churches around the city.