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Milwaukee Mocktails: Lost Whale

Published Jan. 17, 2019

Don't let Dry January be an excuse for winter hibernation because there are plenty of local bars and restaurants that are waiting for you to check out their refreshing mocktails - and one of those Milwaukee destinations is Lost Whale.

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Frank's Power Plant has been sold

Published Dec. 31, 2018

Frank's Power Plant, 2800 S. Kinnickinnic Ave., in Bay View, has been sold. Patricia D'Acquisto, who owns Inspire Salon in Franklin, posted Sunday on Facebook, "I have purchased Frank's Power Plant."

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Hidden Gem: Sam's Tap

Published Dec. 14, 2018

When it comes to many Milwaukee's bars, just the names themselves have lives and stories all of their own. Sam's Tap is not one of those bars. But when you've got a neighborhood behind it, you don't need much else behind the name.

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Unique Boutique: Ursa

Published Dec. 13, 2018

Ursa, a lifestyle boutique located in Bay View, offers a variety of products including home goods, plants, jewelry, men and women's apparel and more.

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1st Street Bridge is reopening, that's worth celebrating

Published Nov. 15, 2018

On Friday at 3:15 p.m., Mayor Tom Barrett and Alds Jose Perez and Tony Zielinski will lead a toast to celebrate the re-opening of the South 1st Street Bascule Bridge over the Kinnickinnic River, just north of the Lincoln Warehouse.

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Junk

When living in one spot for many years, junk accumulates. Take it from me, a person who lived in the same cramped apartment for seven years. Each purchase or gift received piles up in a dark corner of an empty room. Especially with a husband who doesn't want to part with or throw away anythin...

The Milwaukee Observatory Opens in South Shore Park This Saturday

The Milwaukee Observatory, an inspiring museum in the park and Milwaukee History Experience created by Bay View High School and Bradley Tech High School students, will be open to the public on Saturday, August 10. Located within South Shore Park in Bay View, The Observatory inspires visitors and ...

A Candy Induced Childhood

A fellow writer was on social media discussing his upcoming article on my hometown of Bay View. When I started thinking about it, I realized it had a small town feel in the big city of Milwaukee. I moved to Bay View in third grade. I don't remember starting at Dover Elementary, but remember M...

A Candy Induced Childhood

 A fellow writer was on social media discussing his upcoming article on my hometown of Bay View. When I started thinking about it, I realized it had a small town feel in the big city of Milwaukee. I moved to Bay View in third grade. I don't remember starting at Dover Elementary, but reme...

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