You may be dreading another wicked Wisconsin winter. Have no fear. From braving the blustery outdoors to layering up the long johns and curling up by the fire, we've got the goods to make the most of a Milwaukee winter.
According to Thrillist, Deer District is one of "America's Best New Attractions Worth Traveling For," along with a sprawling Kansas City distillery, the much-ballyhooed new Star Wars experience at Disney and the Shinola Hotel in Detroit, among other places.
SmartAsset considered data for 181 metro areas, and "compared them against these two metrics: concentration of creative jobs and cost of living." In the end, Milwaukee landed at number 12.
Resonance Consultancy, a real estate, tourism and economic development firm with offices in Vancouver and New York, has released a list of what it deems to be the world's best 100 cities and, Milwaukee, we cracked the Hot 100, just edging in at 96. But what does that mean?
It's end of the year awards season: the Golden Globes, top 10 lists, the Lyfties, the Oscars ... oh what, you haven't heard of the Lyfties? They're the most popular Lyft destinations - and here are the winners for 2018.
For the third year, AARP has named its top 10 most livable cities in the United States by size and Milwaukee has made it to the top five among large communities (over 500,000 residents).
To help toast the city we call home, OnMilwaukee.com partnered with Newaukee to compile this list of "18 reasons to move to Milwaukee." Join us here, won't you? Cheers!
As I thought about my recent restaurant visits I couldn't help but think that I was ignoring my own advice: make a restaurant list and hit places you haven't been. So, that needed to change - and now it has.
For the past three years, during our annual Bar Month poll, you've named Bay View as Milwaukee's best bar district. Thrillist agrees - and went one step beyond, naming it as one of the best drinking neighborhoods in the entire country.
Apparently, Milwaukee ranked first with "the Great Love Debate" because of our attractive population, vibrant social scene and the confidence within its dating community. Really?
The weather outside may be getting frightful, but according to Travel + Leisure, at least the people inside are delightful. The magazine ranked Milwaukee amongst America's friendliest cities, as well as one of its most underrated.
It's completely, unofficially Loose Ends Week. Let's get some sh*t done and feel good about ourselves.
Dive bars, like the lingering vague smells that inhabit them, are difficult to exactly define. And, certainly, no national list of eight of them is going to be definitive. But still, this recent Washington Post list of America's most authentic dive bars is a bunch of crap.
I admit I'm a skeptic when it comes to lists. But even I'm a little impressed to see Milwaukee sitting at No. 2 on Conde Nast Traveler's "6 U.S. Cities to Watch in 2017" list.
Milwaukee's made yet another list: Thrillist Travel's "Underappreciated American Cities You Should Totally Move To." Published today, the list highlights 16 "underappreciated cities" that are "all dark-horse candidates to help you author your best move ever."