With schools closed and public outings minimized, kids are going to have more "free time" on their little hands. And it's important to keep those little hands - and big minds - active.
OnMilwaukee compiled a list of 100 green - and sorta green - things in Brew City. Happy Earth Day, Milwaukee.
You may be dreading another wicked Wisconsin winter. Have no fear. From braving the blustery outdoors to layering up the long johns and curling up by the fire, we've got the goods to make the most of a Milwaukee winter.
The first official day of fall - Sept. 23 - is creeping closer on our calendars. But just because the summer is ending doesn't mean the fun does too. As proof, we offer this list of 100 great things about autumn (in no particular order).
Here's exactly what you need to see, do and eat at this year's Wisconsin State Fair!
Looking for a way to get out and enjoy summer with your friends and family? We have ideas. From eating at a restaurant with a great patio view to enjoying local festivals to exploring the many outdoor attractions around town and more, here's everything you need for a great Milwaukee summer.
The big list for the Big Gig is back and better than ever. In the spirit of our trademark articles, here's the exclusive OnMilwaukee 100 things to do at Summerfest list.
This list features fun stuff in and around Milwaukee for kids of all ages. From smelling the roses at Boerner Botanical Gardens to visiting Old World Wisconsin, this list is chock full of suggestions to keep your little ones entertained all year long.
We really do not suggest you try these at home. Or in a bar. Or anywhere. Ever. But we do hope you'll get a chuckle or a groan from this updated list of awful Milwaukee pick-up lines. Happy Valentine's Day, Milwaukee.
Four years ago, Jamie Rand read OnMilwaukee.com's "100 Things To Do in Milwaukee" article. Inspired, Rand decided she would complete all of the items on the list and, in doing so, found Brew City places she never knew existed. She also found the love of her life.
Like any big city, Milwaukee sometimes takes a wrong turn, stumbles a bit or makes a less than stellar decision. From flubbed sports deals to bad municipal decisions and personal errors that have city-wide repercussions, Milwaukee - like all of us - isn't perfect. Here, in no specific order, are some Brew City city moments that have made us all say, "Bad move, Milwaukee."
All month long we've revealed the restaurants you've voted best of the best in 50 categories that included Best Comfort Food, Best Brunch, Best Pizza and others. But, have you ever wondered how they all stack up against each other? We did, and so we decided to crunch the numbers on all - yes, all - of your votes to compile the first-ever readers' Top 100 list.
Never did I think that the list I originally scribbled from my home office in 1999 would go quite so viral. The original "100 things to do in Milwaukee" list (which we've since rewritten) is one of OnMilwaukee.com's all-time most popular stories. It might get a little more popular today.
Whether you're new to the city or just the bar scene (in that case, happy 21st birthday), the OnMilwaukee.com staff has put together a list of suggestions to make you feel comfortable at just about any bar in town. Please drive ... home ... safely.
Unless you're a Steelers or a Bears fan, you have to admit that the Packers are an extra special franchise. As a non-profit, community-owned team in a city with a population of only 100,000, the 91-year-old Packers are an anachronism in modern-day sports. We know you'll agree that based on these 100 reasons, in no particular order, that the Packers are the greatest sports franchise in the history of the universe.