Mayor Tom Barrett announced on Friday that bars and restaurants in the City of Milwaukee will be allowed to reopen starting on Friday, June 5, at 2 p.m.
No playbook. That's for sure. But, can we do more? I know we can.
Kudos to Todd McLees on this great interview. Please take an hour today to honor George Mosher by watching this. Pass it along too. This is a Milwaukee life that was full of meaning. Thanks, George. Milwaukee's better because of you.
Hudson Business + Lounge (310 E. Buffalo St.), Milwaukee's first co-working and meeting center in the Historic Third Ward, will host its second annual Productivity Month in January.
Menomonee Valley Partners, the City of Milwaukee and UWM's School of Architecture and Urban Planning's Community Design Solutions revealed a vision to transform more than 40 acres of land remaining in the heart of the Menomonee Valley during an event today at Potawatomi Hotel & Casino.
After nearly 45 years, Rainbow Jersey Bicycles will close on March 28. Owner Jerry Pearce announced the news in a fondly nostalgic post shared on the local bike shop's Facebook page Monday. In the spirit of Pearce's reminiscence, I have some Rainbow Jersey Shorewood memories.
With both industry and environment resuscitated in Menomonee Valley, the only question that remains is just how grand its transformation will become, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
The developers of Schlitz Park today announced that Badger Liquor, Wisconsin's largest wine and spirits distributor, has signed a 10-year lease for 24,000 square feet of office space in Schlitz Park's RiverCenter building, 1555 River Center Dr.
Ever want to turn your love for Milwaukee into a career? Well, Heidi Dressler did just that. After taking a bike tour in Munich, Dressler - born and raised in Milwaukee - found the seed of a idea planted in her head: Spirit Bike Milwaukee.
Businessman and star of CNBC's "The Profit" Marcus Lemonis has obviously gone places since his time at Marquette. But today, he's returned to the Cream City -- and he's apparently bringing some cameras with him.
Below the voices of men rattling on about politics, business and life was a hypnotic rhythm of polishing brushes rapidly crossing over each side of their shoes. For the last 50 years, this is what has gone down daily at Scruggs & Sons Shoe Repair, reports Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service.
More and more women of color have gone out on their own after having creatively constricting, unsatisfying experiences in corporate America. That mundaneness recently caused Madison-area entrepreneur Taylar Barrington to take the leap and to break out of it, Madison365 reports.
According to a Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service report, nearly 100 Lindsay Heights residents gathered recently with city officials, economic development leaders and community investors for the annual "report to community" meeting.
Let's be blunt: The high-tech business faces a crisis. Simply put, the leadership and workforce of the technology industry does not look like America -- and it looks less and less like its customer base. Especially in the Midwest. Especially in Wisconsin.
Several jaws dropped and eyebrows rose in January when BizTimes predicted a robust year of national economic growth for 2015. Well, we're at the quarter pole, and so far, so good.