By invitation only, Potawatomi Hotel & Casino in the Menomonee Valley will begin to reopen at 9 a.m. Monday, June 8 and slowly continue the process through the week
With most movie theaters still closed, drive-ins old and new have popped up across the city to fill the void (and empty lots). But Parking Lot Theatre aims to offer something more than just a movie when it debuts on Friday, May 29.
Before natural gas - before electricity - there was manufactured gas, also known as coal gas. Here's a look at a Milwaukee facility that gasified coal; it's now home to City Lights Brewing and other businesses.
From toilet and sink storage to temperature and humidity controlled storage for artwork that's so secure it's TSA-approved ... that's Guardian Fine Art Services, located in a 1924 building in the Menomonee Valley.
Just east of Potawatomi lies a quirky sculpture garden at 1513 W. Canal St. in the Menomonee Valley. The garden has five sculptures that The Forest County Potawatomi Community - which now owns the site - is looking to give away to a good home.
One of Milwaukee's best breweries, Third Space Brewing - which was one of three area breweries to nab medals at this month's Great American Beer Festival in Denver, is launching a give-back program to support nonprofits focused on youth development and homelessness.
The ever-growing Third Space Brewing celebrates its third birthday on Saturday, Sept. 14 from noon until 10 p.m., and the day offers up not only two new brews but chances to sample limited brews you might have missed in the past.
City Lights Brewing and Third Space Brewing have partnered on a collaboration brew that will be launched on Thursday, Sept. 19 at 4:30 p.m. to kick off Valley Week, which runs Sept. 21 through 28, an annual fall celebration that showcases the ever-changing and evolving Menomonee Valley.
Five years after the Potawatomi Hotel & Casino opened, towering over the Menomonee Valley, a second 19-story wing is now online. We went inside for a look.
Menomonee Valley Partners is getting ready to fete two decades of helping re-imagine and re-make the Menomonee Valley and part of the celebration is Valley Bingo, a community game that anyone can play.
You've got one day to explore the Menomonee Valley and you're wondering where to go? Wonder no more.
The fast-growing Menomonee Valley brewery, which opened in 2016, has just completed its third expansion in under three years, upping its capacity to more than 10,000 barrels a year, from 7,500 previously.
Milwaukee art collectors Jan Serr and John Shannon opened their own museum in December, called The Warehouse, at 1635 W. St. Paul Ave. on a strip in the Menomonee Valley that has been seeing a lot of development lately, including a new furniture store, a craft brewery and more.
One of the best things about the Harley-Davidson Museum, 400 W. Canal St. in the Menomonee Valley, is that visitors get to see just about everything. This makes the idea of "spelunking" a little challenging ... or does it?
The 98-year-old, family-owned Bachman Furniture Gallery is planning to renovate the 100-year-old American Radiator Co. building at 1741 W. St. Paul Ave. into a new showroom.