Anime Milwaukee - the largest anime convention in Wisconsin - celebrates its 13-year anniversary Feb. 14-16 in Downtown Milwaukee. Geeks, gamers and those interested in animation and Japanese culture are welcome to this fun, safe space.
Milwaukee's ambition to attract more prominent events like the GOP debate is advanced by the Hyatt, which is comfortable - in terms of both amenities and reputation - and is a Downtown hotel pick for business travelers.
Milwaukee's once-revolving restaurant will soon return, remodeled and available for events (and brunch).
The North American Montessori Teachers' Association hosts a double-themed conference in Milwaukee at the Hyatt Regency this weekend. In addition to discussing "Strengthening the Montessori Culture in the Public and Private Sectors," the conference, which runs from Thursday through Sunday, will also look at "The Essential Montessori Mathematics."
Located on the main floor of Downtown's newly refurbished Hyatt Regency-Milwaukee hotel and adjacent to Bistro 333, we checked out Bar 333's new cocktail menu of classic staples and modern twists last weekend.
Everyone gives dining advice now and again, but for some it's practically a full-time job. Christine Hodgson, Chef Concierge at Hyatt Regency Milwaukee -- 333 W. Kilbourn Ave. -- is one of them.