Summer, and the non-existent COVID-canceled summer festival season, may be coming to a close, but at least it's going out with a bang thanks to The Parking Lot Social, a touring national drive-in event coming to State Fair Park on Aug. 12-16.
WMSE's 4th annual Art & Music event moves online for the first time, "and hopefully the last," this Friday, July 31.
From sit-ins to marches to virtual celebrations and new movie releases, here are nine ways that you can pay tribute (and party) on this most unusual, unprecedented and unbowed Juneteenth in Milwaukee.
Summer is here "and so is a new interest in biking in Milwaukee and around the country. So Carolyn Weber, the assistant manager of DreamBikes, had the idea of setting up a bike drive on Sunday, June 14.
Here at OnMilaukee, we've been keeping community going even without our usual community centers with weekly virtual happy hours on Facebook Live. But this week's edition might just be our happiest yet.
Streaming on Saturday, May 30, at noon, the first ever Memorial Day Trick Shot Contest will pit two contestants against one another in a two-round battle of basketball prowess.
With most movie theaters still closed, drive-ins old and new have popped up across the city to fill the void (and empty lots). But Parking Lot Theatre aims to offer something more than just a movie when it debuts on Friday, May 29.
Do you know Brew City from A to Zeidler? Let's find out together on Thursday night, as OnMilwaukee teams up with Lakefront Brewery and Head Space Trivia for a night of mind-teasing Milwaukee trivia.
Each week, the OnMilwaukee Weekday Virtual Events Preview, in partnership with NEWaukee, will break down a list of upcoming Cloud Cafe events where you can talk to other Milwaukeeans, hear stories and interviews with local leaders, and find your belonging during this time of unprecedented isolation.
The arts organization is making the best of this strange season with a new "Music & Movies" drive-in movie series, starting with an opening night screening for Broadway Bash supporters on Friday, June 12.
Concerts and movies may be temporarily canceled, but Black Lens is bringing people together around both tomorrow night with a virtual discussion around Saturday night's "Verzuz" battle between soul icons Jill Scott and Erykah Badu.
Whether you have a special someone to celebrate with or not, Milwaukee's Downtown ice sculptures on Valentine's Day are sure to warm your heart on Friday.
Somehow the annual Auto Show Charity Gala, presented by the Automobile Dealers Association of Mega Milwaukee, outdoes itself each year. For the 2020 edition, ADAMM is going the extra (country) mile to amp up the horse power for its 19th public edition.
February is Black History Month, and around Milwaukee, there is no shortage of events to celebrate the achievements of African Americans. Here are some you won't want to miss, courtesy of Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service.
The Packers may not be in the Super Bowl, but that doesn't mean that we're not going to celebrate the big game between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers on Sunday. Here are 16 places to watch the big game this super weekend.