Celebrate Milwaukee Day with these totally Milwaukee images. They are shareable, fun and perfect for 414 Day or any day! On, Milwaukee.
Last Friday, Molly Snyder rode the skyglider from open to close in 95-degree heat. Here's why she did it and what she talked about with the brave souls who rode along with her.
Milwaukee-based artist David Mark Zimmerman, who paints under the tag BigShot Robot, has painted a giant Milwaukee Bucks Fear the Deer mural in Walker's Point, facing Reed Street Yards.
OnMilwaukee and LocaMoji have released five new Milwaukee-themed emojis featuring local celebrities of all shapes, sizes, colors and renown, from TV hosts to famed local lawyers and more.
Yes, it seems apparent that the Bucks and Raptors are pretty evenly matched - but what about their respective cities, the weird stuff inside of the arenas and out? Let's match them up and see who wins THIS seven-game series.
Yesterday morning, a group of kindergarteners from Milwaukee Public Schools' Rogers Street Academy visited BMO Harris Bank to judge auditions by local sports mascots for roles in the upcoming production of Milwaukee Ballet's "The Nutcracker."
The Milwaukee Bucks will visit Siefert Elementary School, 1547 N. 14th St., on Friday, May 13, for a special read-a-thon from 8 to 9:30 a.m.
In an effort to grow its fan base and create a sense of camaraderie between fans, the Milwaukee Bucks and 25 bars and restaurants in Milwaukee and southeast Wisconsin have teamed up to create the Bucks Bar Network for viewing parties.
You must see this amazing alley oop executed by the Bucks Rim Rockers. Sure it took two takes, but it was stellar and a testament to the skill level of the entire squad.
Four "Milwaukee Originals" apparel brands - Brew City, MilwaukeeHome, Sconnie Nation and Wiskullsin - have each created unique Bucks-themed T-shirt designs that will be launched as part of an exclusive ticket offer available for select Wednesday home games in November and December.
A new series on Hulu follows four mascots, one from the high school ranks, one from college, another from minor leagues, and one from the professional ranks - the latter being Milwaukee Bucks mascot Bango.
Milwaukee is a city full of colorful characters. But, there's no shortage of unique individuals on four legs, either. Here are some of our favorite Milwaukee "animals" - some real, some fictional and some which are animals in name only ...
At the annual Board of Governors meeting, NBA owners decided to allow advertising patches to be placed on uniforms. I love this idea.
After I did it a couple of months ago, I had a lot of people who I met on the street tell me how much they appreciated my "Milwaukee people who should be famous" column. As I am always interested in making people happy (insert laughter here) here comes "They should be famous, Part II." And again, this list is not comprehensive. It's just a few people who should be getting more fame than they've gotten. Some I know, some I don't.
The Bucks' mascot, Bango, is nominated for the Cartoon Network's "Most Awesome Mascot Award."