The Riverwest Public House is one of a handful of cooperative taverns in the country. It's also struggling right now and needs your support.
Just in time for the spookiest holiday of the year, the second annual Milwaukee Paranormal Conference takes place this weekend, Oct. 15-16, in the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee's student union.
Real Life Super Heroes (RLSH) are people who dress up in costume and perform services to help their community. After years of research and interviews, Tea Krulos wrote the book, "Heroes In The Night," and he will do an in-store appearance at Boswell Book Company on Friday, Oct.11 at 7 p.m.
As the "final exam" for Paranormal Investigation 102, students make a late-night visit to West Allis' Lincoln Intermediate, where faculty and students have reported ghost footsteps, doors slamming by themselves and shadowy apparitions in the sick room.
Is the Riverside Theater haunted? Writer Tea Krulos joins the Paranormal Investigators of Milwaukee as they investigate ghostly whispers, a mysterious spirit in the light box and the sounds of children who aren't there.
Milwaukee's real life superhero, The Watchman, is planning a heroic mission of donating toys and art supplies to charity. But good people of Brew City, he needs your help.
Last year, a group of volunteers organized the city's first 24-hour bicycle race called the RW24 ("Riverwest 24.") The event went without a hitch, so earlier this week the group announced plans to host the second annual race on Friday, July 24 and Saturday, July 25.
A self-described Luddite, Tea Krulos assembled his brand new comic 'zine, Riverwurst Comics, without the help of a computer. "It has a slightly flawed but very human touch," he says. OMC interviewed the funny, articulate and twisted Krulos about comics and more.