To further educate healthcare providers and the general public, Tool Shed will host Milwaukee SHARE, a week-long event that brings several nationally known sexuality educators for discussions and workshops.
Madison Young, an award-winning filmmaker, performer, director and writer, is hosting a workshop on Saturday, April 13 at Tool Shed, 2427 N. Murray Ave.
If you, like me, like a little sass in your crafts, swing by The Tool Shed, 2427 N. Murray Ave., on Friday to see the "Subversive Stitches" show.
There are a million jokes that could be cracked around the concept of an "adult stocking stuffer" and it turns out, in many cases, these gifts are on the sassy side, so you better put on your PG-13 goggles if you plan to keep reading.
Blue, the "gift shop for grown ups," is a friendly one-stop boutique for tobacco-smoking and sex-toy needs. This might sound similar to the windowless buildings squatting next to freeways, but actually, Blue is quite different.
This Sunday, the Cream City Collectives hosts a Crazy Cupcake Competition featuring creative, local cupcake lovers showing off their outlandishly delicious and decadent pastries.
In the early '90's, Jon Ginoli started the first openly gay rock / punk band called Pansy Division. Ginoli writes about this experience in his new memoir, "Deflowered: My Life in Pansy Division." He will read from his autobiography -- and play acoustic Pansy Division songs -- at Tool Shed on Tuesday, May 26 at 7 p.m.
Recent studies pegged Milwaukee as having one of the highest rates of specific STD incidences in the country. High rates of Chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis are alerting public health officials to a need for increased preventative education.
We've got a song in our heart this week in the editorial office. It's a bunch of songs, actually. We're recommending solid music by Ryan Adams and the Cardinals (pictured), Adele and Dennis Brown, along with a tasty pie, an incredible burger and, well, let's just say that no recommendation would be complete without a novelty condom.
Four years ago, Milwaukee welcomed its first woman-owned erotic boutique, The Tool Shed, to the Riverwest neighborhood. Today, new owner Laura Anne Stuart announced she is moving the business to the East Side.
The Tool Shed hosts a free workshop called "Sexy Mamas & Hot Daddies: Maintaining Your Sex Life With Kids in the House."
The Tool Shed, an erotic boutique, celebrates the arrival of the "world's most technologically advanced vibrator" with a special event this Saturday.
It's time for another installment of "OMC Recommends," a periodic look at cool things that we like and think you should know about.
Since the very first time I heard about the Brew City Bruisers, Milwaukee's first all-girl roller derby league, I wanted to join. I must admit, my desire to be on the team has nothing to do with skating.
The mission of Blam!Blam! -- a new sensuality magazine created by two local women -- is pretty simple. "We want to turn women on," says creative director Jenna Leskela. A release party for the first issue takes place this Saturday, July 1.