Results tagged with 'historic third ward'
Published Sept. 3, 2019
If you've been waiting for the opening of Press au Marche, the new European style market cafe from the owners of Press. Waffles, your wait is almost over. The cafe is set to officially open to the public on Monday, Sept. 9. In the meantime, we've got a first look at the space and menu.
Published March 1, 2019
You can think of Campsite 131 as Camp Bar's sister. She was born and raised in the Northwoods, so she appreciates the joy of cozying in with friends and waiting out the long, brutal winter. Her nails are well manicured and her taste in shoes is impeccable. But she's fun and down to earth ... and just about everyone wants to be her friend.
Published Dec. 26, 2018
In June, Milwaukee Ballet broke ground on a new 52,000-square foot home in the Third Ward, on land it purchased from the nearby Italian Community Center in 2016. We recently went inside for a sneak peek.
Published June 26, 2018
There's something new on the way from Camp Bar owners Paul and Natalia Hackbarth, and it promises to capture all the cozy comforts of the classic Camp Bar experience along with a slightly more refined, elegant package.
Published June 8, 2018
The Historic Third Ward will soon have more poke;. Aloha Poke Co. will be opening its location next to Shake Shake.
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When you're self employed filing a Schedule C with your tax return, your chances of being audited are greater than if you were a wage earner.Why? Because the IRS suspects that you will attempt to either hide income or write off personal expenses as business deductions. Let's face it, if all you a...
Small business owners reported $8 billion in fraud losses in 2010, mainly related to hacked credit cards and bank accounts, according to a new study of about 900 small business owners and self-employed individuals by Javelin Strategy & Research, a research firm in Pleasanton, Calif. Of that $...
No one wants to wind up in a tax dispute. You want to file your returns and hope everything goes off without a hitch. You want every income item to match up, every claimed deduction or credit to be approved, and every schedule you attach to pass muster. And you're willing to do ...
While evaluating those college financial aid offers, be aware that there are more numbers to consider than the ones on the page. Tax consequences can both add to and subtract from your college aid. On the negative side, scholarships, grants and fellowships can be taxable to the student if they ex...
This month marks the beginning of high school graduation season and the start of something new for many families: college.Over the years, I've learned how differently two parents (that is, when there are two parents in the picture) can feel about sending their children to college and figuring out...
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