Peter Litzau grew up in Milwaukee and lived here as a young adult. Now residing in Kentucky, he started a business called Remember the Tees as a tribute to local places he loved as a kid.
As OnMilwaukee.com Publisher Andy Tarnoff's toddling daughter gets old enough to start to appreciate things like dinosaurs, the Hokey Pokey and flamingos, he's starting to see Milwaukee through a whole new light -- all over again.
Later this week, OnMilwaukee.com will post a guide to locations for kids' birthday parties. While researching the article, the staff reminisced about favorite birthday parties from their pasts, and here are a few accounts of their stand-out memories.
It's too bad a six-year-old can't write this review, because a thirty-something can only imagine the incredible impact Baker's Ice Cream Parlour & Eatery, 15175 W. National Ave., has on a kid.
In the spirit of Farrell's Ice Cream Parlours and with the help of its founding fathers, Patrick Baker will open Baker's Ice Cream Parlour & Eatery this fall in New Berlin. Kids, are you ready to party?
If you were a kid in the '70s, Farrell's Ice Cream Parlour was "the" place to go. Remember the old-fashion candy shop? The player piano? How about the supersized sundae rushed out on a stretcher?