In order to stop the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, the seven-person Shorewood Village Board voted unanimously late Wednesday night to pass an ordinance requiring masks in public indoor spaces.
After taking a break from podcasting due to COVID-19, Julie and Molly were thrilled to record an episode last week. Especially one that's so near and dear to them: raising sons of color.
When 14-year-old Isabella Busby showed up with her family to participate in a peaceful protest in Shorewood, she had no idea she would have to literally stand up for her rights.
Shorewood's Community Development Authority (CDA) has teamed up with the Shorewood Business Improvement District to create an emergency fund to help local businesses meet their short-term financial needs during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Three Lions Pub, 4515 N. Oakland Ave. in Shorewood has expanded its offerings to now include food, drinks, "Jumbo" rolls of toilet paper, vinyl gloves, towels, dish scrubbers and more.
Black Shoe hospitality has made the difficult decision to close Blue's Egg Shorewood, 4195 N. Oakland Ave., the restaurant they opened in May of 2018.
Popular Franklin breakfast and brunch eatery Mimosa recently opened a second location, in the former Louise's Trattoria space at 275 Regency Ct., and while that's good news for Brookfield pancake lovers, it's also surprisingly good news for preservationists.
Fiddleheads Coffee Roasters, founded in Thiensville in 2006, is planning to open its eighth area location in autumn.
North Star American Bistro, which was sold in late 2019 to Spencer Stewart, has been rebirthed as Bonobo American Bistro, an upscale, yet family friendly concept that builds on the foundations established by North Star while offering guests and updated environment and menu.
Lennox Lange and Todd Gnacinski have big plans for their Shorewood-based tattoo shop.
Two "tall timber tents" have been temporarily erected in Shorewood's Hubbard Park and will be available for people to rent starting the morning of Wednesday, Dec. 18.
Blackbear moved from a pop-up space on Downer Avenue to a permanent location in Shorewood. Celebrate with owner Emma Carollo this Saturday!
In August, we brought you the news that something new might be coming to the former Ruckus space at at 4144 N. Oakland Ave. in Shorewood. Today, we have confirmation and a few details about the new venue.
On Sept. 11, Black Shoe Hospitality will be hosting a winemaker dinner featuring Chalk Hill Estate, a brand which has earned its place as one of the most iconic wineries in Sonoma County, California.
When Rebecca Goldberger and Lis Duggan opened Cloud Red at 4488 N. Oakland Ave., in Shorewood, in 2016, Goldberger said, "What we're most passionate about is making Cloud Red feel like an extension of people's homes; somewhere customers can simply be with friends and family." The bar and restaurant's new patio is the perfect embodiment of this passion.