According to Felix Glorioso, the old Brady Street Pharmacy space is undergoing a complete renovation and will house the future Glorioso's, with an expanded deli and caf√©, seating area, more groceries and an even larger selection of meats and cheeses.
Brady street pharmacy
Despite the recent loss of Milwaukee Shakespeare, Cream City still has one of the most vibrant theater scenes in the country and visitors and newcomers are always amazed that a city the size of Milwaukee is home to so many and varied stage offerings. While thinking about what we're thankful for, we started talking about this fecundity of the thespian arts and each of us began to shout out favorites. So, we decided to share them with you.
If you are in the mood for a wacky, crazy-go-nuts dose of pre-holiday antics, then RSVP's "Reckless" is for you. If you want to see some good theater, however, take a pass on this one.
Back in the day, if you needed a strange combination of things your best option was to visit a "variety store." And there were lots of them: Ben Franklin, Woolworth and Drews. Despite the boom of box stores, Drews is still going strong today.
Dozens of local pharmacies swirled down the drain because they couldn't compete with large chains. A few, however, manage to stay afloat, and the owners of these amazing "mom and pops" tell us how they do it.