The Fiserv Forum director of arena marketing sat down with Matt Mueller to discuss her new job, her new hometown, being a woman in the sports industry and much more in this new episode of Over a Beer, presented by Miller Brewing Company.
During a historic year for sports here, the Milwaukee County Historical Society announced its 2018 feature exhibition, "Back Yard to Big Leagues: Milwaukee's Sports and Recreation History." Exploring our exciting and extensive sports and recreation history, it will be on display Jan. 18 to April 27.
This afternoon, Bucks legend and NBA Hall of Famer Kareem Abdul-Jabbar dropped by for a brief tour of the progress inside the new arena, alongside Bucks president Peter Feigin and several Milwaukee media members.
The Bucks unveiled their Nike "Cream City" City Edition uniforms on Wednesday, which pay tribute to the city the Bucks have played in for 50 years. The team will wear their "Cream City" City Edition uniforms 13 times this season - six times at home and seven times on the road.
The BMO Harris Bradley Center today unveiled plans for its 30th and final season, a sports, entertainment and community-filled celebration of the generosity and legacy of Jane Bradley Pettit and her unprecedented gift to the people of Wisconsin.
Point Burger Bar Express soon will open in the former location of Upper 90 Sports Pub, 322 W. State St. This is the latest concept from restaurateur Brian Ward who also owns Ward's House Of Prime.
The Milwaukee Bucks and Marquette University have signed a seven-year agreement for Marquette's men's basketball team to play its home games at the new Bucks sports and entertainment arena, beginning with the 2018-19 season.
Today the Milwaukee Bucks announced it is seeking submissions from artists with Wisconsin ties to decorate and showcase their works as a part of an art collection inside the new stadium when it opens in fall of 2018.
Not familiar with Topgolf? These places are hot and exploding all over the country. With its development boon, Milwaukee seems prime for one. Even Giannis Antetokounmpo is tweeting about it.
On Tuesday, the Bucks and Johnson Controls announced their partnership will extend beyond the Downtown arena and into the community, revealing plans to construct a $150,000 multi-sport complex on the campus of Browning Elementary School and Silver Spring Neighborhood Center.
Development is everywhere in Downtown Milwaukee, and everywhere developers want to create gravity. Right? This means creating destinations that attract people and create new energetic places. If you create a new center of gravity, you get more business and attention.
More than just an arena, the under-construction Wisconsin Entertainment and Sports Center should become the central hub for recreation and entertainment in Milwaukee. Fly over it now, and see the future.
This week's Tales from the Road got Dave Begel in touch with the guy who is in charge of the construction of the new Milwaukee Bucks arena and the sous chef from Watts Tea Room who is soon going to be out of a job.
The Bucks today launched a new partnership with SkillSmart to create a workforce development platform for family-supporting careers in the new arena district - both during the construction process and for end-use positions in the arena and surrounding development.
The Bucks released a set of renderings of the entertainment block that will be constructed adjacent to the new downtown arena. This new entertainment block will feature an active space designed for year-round community use featuring a mixture of dining, entertainment and retail activations.