The P.H. Dye House at 320 E. Buffalo St. is filling the space left by Sprout with a brand new shopping complement to the boutiques of the Third Ward.
Planning a shower or blessingway for yourself or a friend? Before you run out and buy pink-and-blue party favors galore, consider a few important details so the mom-to-be is pleased-as-punch with your pre-baby bash.
While searching for a small guitar to nourish my son's hunger to make music, I ended up buying us both a guitar. Despite being fashioned from high pressure laminates (which means no trees died to make this guitar), the LXME has a warm, bright sound.
The Funky Frog, a children's consignment shop with a "green" focus, opens on Friday, Aug. 15.
Freckle Face children's boutique will open in its new space on Tuesday, July 8. The new shop's address is 244 N. Broadway.
Kristin Vailliencourt of Sprout baby boutique in the Third Ward, has boosted the presence of environmentally-friendly options in her shop to meet heavy demand from parents. Here are some ways you, too, can make a difference.
The MyHuggy teddy bear was born out of loss and offers support to kids dealing with separation.
For most Americans April 15 has become synonymous with Tax Day, a not always pleasant reminder of the large lump of change we all fork over to the government each year. But for certain retailers in Milwaukee, Tax Day is becoming synonymous with savings.
Foo Foo Bunnies are the "it" Easter basket stuffer this year. So instead of seeing your kid bite the head off a chocolate bunny this Easter, you can see him play with a soft, cuddly one that won't result in a giraffe-sized sugar buzz.
Milwaukee interior design firm Cieslik Celek won two American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) awards Feb. 9 at a ceremony held at the Milwaukee Art Museum.
Deanna Inniss opened Freckle Face Boutique, 407 E. Buffalo St., this summer. The sophisticated-meets-retro shop specializes in clothing, specialty gifts for kids, books, bedding and footwear.
Every other week, Bethany Paar transforms her Riverwest kitchen into a production site for her natural baby product business, Doodlebug. "By buying natural, we all can do our little part to help the environment," she says.
Sprout, a new children's boutique inside the Katie Gingrass Gallery, carries toys and clothes for kids ages 0-6. Most of the merchandise is not available in malls, like bibs printed with sushi rolls, wooden toys from Germany and musical instruments.
Sprout! is set to open in the Third Ward at 241 N. Broadway, a space that formerly housed Eccola.