Results tagged with 'Brady Street'
Published Dec. 18, 2017
As its 8 a.m. deadline approached, Engine 6's firefighters packed up their belongings on Brady Street - where a firehouse first opened in 1875. Neighbors gathered to say goodbye to a firehouse whose members were deeply connected to the community.
Published Nov. 17, 2017
You walk into Jamo's and you're in Jamo's world, which is intimate and unpretentious and dimly lit and anachronistic. It's stuck out of time and place, with its own people and practices, a distinct style and sense. Jamo's is an old corner tavern, the quintessential dive bar, the definition of a hidden gem.
Published Oct. 28, 2017
For decades, the East Side has been home to some of Milwaukee's best restaurants, bars and shops and one of the social and cultural hubs of the city. The East Side offers an array of delectable and eclectic eats for everyone from humble college students to well-off professionals.
Published Oct. 18, 2017
This afternoon on Facebook Live, we rolled into Fro Zone, the newly opened ice cream shop on Brady Street, to roll some special ice cream sundaes with the help of co-owner Mike Kaid. Or more like Kaid made ice cream rolls and I just made a mess.
Published Sept. 22, 2017
Milwaukee Downtown, BID #21 has its own demarcations and definitions of where Downtown officially lies. But what does the staff of OnMilwaukee think: What exact area qualifies as "Downtown Milwaukee"?
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I had never been to the Brady Street Fest, but after last Saturday's bash on Brady, I'll never miss another one.
Down the city's most hip and diverse street in all of the land, the scene looked more like a brochure of "Visit New Orleans" than Milwaukee on Saturday. There was a sk...
The Garage, connected to Brady Street's popular hangout the Hi Hat, has undergone a major face-lift in the past few months. Before, it seemed like an afterthought to the Hi Hat, void of any distinguishing ambiance. Although, the wide open space was a nice place to catch your breath to when the ...
Brady Street has always been home to an eclectic mix of dwellers and establishments ranging from classy to creepy in a matter of a block or two. That’s all part of its unique charm.
Back in 2005 when Nomad and Trocadero owner, Mike Eitel, opened Balzac, I was skeptical because it to...
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