Results tagged with 'Cudahy'
Published April 8, 2019
Tradition runs deep in Cudahy and the Pulaski Hall that was built there, at 3900 E. Pulaski Ave., in 1905 not only still stands, it's still operating. And it still bears the name of the "Father of the American cavalry," Kazimierz Pulaski.
Published March 29, 2019
We talked to a number of local realtors to get their suggestions for the Brew City neighborhoods that are less well-known but offer great amenities at a competitive price.
Published Feb. 11, 2019
A home is going up for sale in Cudahy and the listing doesn't suggest anything terribly out of the ordinary: four bedrooms, single-family, a bath and a half, two-and-a-half-car garage, Victorian, $268,800. But, it was declared a Milwaukee County Landmark in 1989.
Published Oct. 4, 2018
It may seem curious to us now, but at the height of the Cold War, the Milwaukee area was ringed with defensive missile sites. One was in Cudahy, where three of the installation's buildings still stand and are currently home to the Kelly Senior Center.
Published Sept. 6, 2018
Last July, The Metal Grill in Cudahy went cold, but there's new activity heating up at the former beloved rock bar: a DIY-oriented music, arts and entertainment venue, as well as a mini-arcade, in the space, located at 5036 S. Packard Ave.
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August first brings an eclectic blend of music with Greetings from the Imposter and all the caffeinated industri-funk ‘n roll you can handle, Lockjaw, Evil Twin, and DJ Beta spinning tracks between bands, to Cudahy's Metal Grill.Greetings from the Imposter, with their unique blend of d...
Milwaukee Meowsic Fest III 16 November at Cudahy's Metal Grill Nine bands from various genres, former DC and Marvel comic book inker Mark Stegbauer, and local comedian Ryan Mason come together at an event co...
Open air and a chain-link fence.
Summer heat and summer love. Most last a few months until the leaves begin to fall and the sweaters replace tank tops and our beards begin to grow. I had a summer love and her name was Angie and although I only spent one day with her, she crosse...
Saturday January 1st, 2011 - Somewhere At Sea Is it possible to ever be satisfied in this life? It seems to be human nature to always want more no matter how much we may already have, but that want is also what made us strive to achieve or attain anything in the first place. If it run...
In response to "greengiant's" comment, this person said it in a nutshell, "it's not a downtown nightclub" "it ain't no Water Street".
Thank God it's NOT. First of all, if you let a person that has grammar like that sway your opinion, then maybe it's not a pla...
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