Hundreds of people braved the rain and flocked to the 13th annual Fatherhood Summit last weekend, greeted by workers from multiple organizations who were there to help fathers become more responsible for their families, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
It's the season of comfort food, and Milwaukeeans need to look no further than Daddy's for delicious sweater-weather eats from fried chicken to mashed potatoes to macaroni and cheese. Just say yes to gravy.
Recently, OnMilwaukee.com stopped into Ashley's Que in Walker's Point and chatted with Tyrone Luckett about soul food, karaoke, kids, music, the Navy and more.
Bennie Smith's inspiration to open a restaurant came from two sources: his desires to have a home for his already-established catering business and to celebrate fatherhood. Earlier this month, Smith - along with his wife of 22 years, Angela - opened Daddy's Soul Food & Grille, 754 N. 27th St.
Even though it's a few weeks past Father's Day, I had to share this video from Louis C.K. It's good stuff and no matter how you see fatherhood, your father or the kid(s) in your life you should share this and embrace the message.
Milwaukee musician John Calarco - also known as Johnny Cee - has won 11 WAMIs and played with local and national acts including The Willy Porter Band and The Blue Man Group. After years of being in bands and working as a studio musician, Calarco will release his first solo effort, "Shine," on June 15.
Today, Marc Pelchat is a father of two children, operating a small personal training business located in Wales, in Waukesha County. But about a decade ago, he competed as a speedskater in the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan.
I am no expert, and I have no illusions about that. But I do have two kids and so I have some experience. Yesterday, I posted what I thought was a relatively innocuous tweet, that led Tim Cigelske to comment, "Nice!I need to crib your dad cheat sheet."
Last night, Janet needed to hit the grocery store and Target, so I stayed home and played with the kids. We hung some more stuff on the tree, made dinner together and watched a SpongeBob. After a rollicking bath, we read books and they went to bed.
In this 11th segment of "Motherfest," Wisconsin dads say -- although they live their life very differently -- they still combine portions of their father's parenting style with their own.