OK, so it's not a Target in Downtown Milwaukee, but it's pretty darn close: The retail giant announced today that it will open a new location in Bayshore.
It's time to buy local. And not just in a general sort of way. I want Milwaukeeans to buy exclusively from Milwaukee area companies. For one year. I'm calling it #MKE12.
Last week after much consideration, Steph Davies sold the MilwaukeeHome brand to Daniel Wickman, the owner of HH Clothing Co.
Happy International Women's Day, Milwaukee!
Nest Holiday Pop-Up Shop opened its doors Nov. 17 at the central location 157 S. 1st St. and it attracts holiday shoppers looking for unique gifts. The temporary retail location will act as a showcase for more than 12 consumer product startups local to Milwaukee and is conceived and managed by students in "Blue and Gold Ventures," Marquette University's student-run business program.
It seems the foodie-filled slate at the Mequon Public Market just keeps getting better and better. Today, yet another tenant for the much anticipated new North Shore market was announced. And it's a doozy.
I read the news this week that Boston Store and its parent company Bon-Ton is finally throwing in the towel, and my first two thoughts were: That's a sad end for a Milwaukee pillar. How did it survive so long?
The Chicago Tribune is reporting that Target plans to open another one of its smaller stores in the Logan Square neighborhood. This will be Target's 10th "small-format" store in Chicagoland. And I think Milwaukee needs one.
Fein Brothers - sponsor of OnMilwaukee Dining Month - is having a huge inventory reduction sale this week, from Thursday to Saturday, Oct. 19-21. Since there are just 66 days until Christmas - but who's counting, right? - I was tasked with stopping over to make a little kitchen wish list.
The eyeglass company Warby Parker will open its first retail store in Wisconsin on Friday, Sept. 29 at 315 N. Broadway in the Historic Third Ward.
Warby Parker is opening a retail location in Milwaukee's Historic Third Ward neighborhood. According to several sources, the popular eyeglasses company will assume the former Kit and Ace retail space, 315 N. Broadway.
As his company prepares to open two new locations, Darren Horndasch, Wisconsin Vision CEO, talks glasses, screen time, daily wear contacts and more.
I was a bit taken Aback when I stopped at Goody Gourmets in Shorewood yesterday, and saw it closed. No need to worry, though, the space is just getting a facelift and ripping out some old carpet. The popcorn, in all of its amazingness, will remain the same.
Established in 1870, George Watts & Son Inc. and The Watts Tea Shop, announced today that it will close its Downtown Milwaukee brick and mortar locations on Dec. 31.
For years, rumors of an IKEA coming to Wisconsin have just been a fact of Cream City life. According to a BizTimes report, however, those rumors might actually - finally - be turning into reality with an Oak Creek location.