The City of Wauwatosa has announced the names of the six artists tapped to create murals this summer near the intersection of 68th Street and North Avenue in East Tosa, in collaboration with Wallpapered City.
Last week White Claw hard seltzer looked to Milwaukee, among other markets, to test a new product: White Claw Pure. What is it - and how does it actually taste?
Here in Brew City, we'll add an "s" to the end of any bar or business name and call it that for the rest of our lives.
The temperatures may be headed toward freezing, but Milwaukee is boiling over when it comes to fun ways to keep warm. And you can another with Nomad World Pub's upcoming Frozen Toe Winter Block Party.
The Turner Hall restaurant closed earlier this year, but Mike Eitel signed a lease with the Turner Ballroom Preservation Trust for the bar and restaurant space at 1034 N. 4th St.
The November Criminals are the world's first and only non-ironic polka hip-hop band. And while its latest album tackles tough political and social issues, the unique, historically minded and fun-loving band's popular ode to pirates, "Ahoy!", is a good one to listen to today.
There have been numerous closures on Brady Street in recent months, sparking a change in the nature of the popular neighborhood. It's not the first time the area has seen change. But, it begs the question: what's in store for the future of this street?
It's a great weekend to watch soccer. If you want to experience the splendor and passion of the world's most popular game, the Torrent is playing the home opener of its inaugural season on Saturday at Uihlein Soccer Park.
Last June, Mike and Kristyn Eitel opened Panga, a bar and grill with water access located on the edge of Upper Nemahbin Lake near Oconomowoc. There's lots of new stuff this season; read on for the deets.
Nomad owner and Lowlands Group co-founder, Mike Eitel, has announced he will not be a part of the Pabst Brewing Co.'s brewery project due to a change in focus. He is also scaling back the Nomad remodel project.
Kristyn and Mike Eitel formed a new partnership and purchased The Sports Channel on Upper Nemahbin Lake outside of Oconomowoc in the Village of Summit. The couple quietly opened Panga Bar and Grill, 34422 Delafield Rd., on Friday, June 5, and plan to open Nomad Boardsports later this summer in a building at the same location.
After 12 albums and a new one on the way this year, Lotus isn't slowing down anytime soon. The band plays Saturday, Feb. 28, is at Turner Hall Ballroom. Before the show, OnMilwaukee.com got the chance to chat with Luke Miller about Lotus' improvised live shows, the inspiration behind "Gilded Age" and the next album.
After a quarter of a century as Milwaukee music mainstays, Clamnation is coming to an end, bringing things to a grand close Friday night at the Nomad World Pub beginning at 9 p.m. There tends to be an assumption of the worst when band members go separate ways, but that's far from the case here.
The Thunder Chickens aim to be truly, well, thunderous for the Bartender Games on Wednesday, Feb. 25 at Turner Hall Ballroom.
OnMilwaukee.com stopped by during one of Chris Zito's Tuesday evening shifts at Tonic and chatted with him about a wide range of subjects, including military school, Hooligan's, winter biking, Australia, Bob Uecker and the pros and cons of Minnesotans.