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Now Serving: New Italian, Mexican, Ramen Restaurants
Now Serving

New Italian, Mexican, Ramen Restaurants

Dorsia on Brady St., Yokohama on East Side, new BelAir in Brookfield.

Bar Exam: My Office, East Town’s Last Dive Bar
Bar Exam

My Office, East Town’s Last Dive Bar

The 136-year-old building, the clientele, the atmosphere are all unique.

The Wisconsin Forum Welcomes Dr. Mark Skousen, FreedomFest Founder, to Milwaukee November 10, 2016
Press Release

The Wisconsin Forum Welcomes Dr. Mark Skousen, FreedomFest Founder, to Milwaukee November 10, 2016

Dr. Mark Skousen is a preeminent economist.

NEWaukee Announces Partnership with Diversatek
Press Release

NEWaukee Announces Partnership with Diversatek

Diversatek aims to increase community awareness

NEWaukee and Penrod announce second year of strategic partnership for Lunar Series
Press Release

NEWaukee and Penrod announce second year of strategic partnership for Lunar Series

The kickoff event on Friday, July 8, 2016 features the sounds of Highness from 7 p.m to 9 p.m. followed by Poizon Ivy from 9:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. with projections from the Video Villains.

Eyes on Milwaukee: How Urban is Bucks New Arena?
Eyes on Milwaukee

How Urban is Bucks New Arena?

Not so much. The biggest problem with the new Bucks arena design is the ground floor.

Weekly Happy Hour: Bryant’s Old Fashioned Charm
Weekly Happy Hour

Bryant’s Old Fashioned Charm

Venerated south side cocktail lounge will be open early for the 5th Annual Doors Open Milwaukee.

Now Serving: Brady Street Won’t Get Camp Bar
Now Serving

Brady Street Won’t Get Camp Bar

Owner backs off from plan to put bar in old hardware store building. So what will take its place?

Happy Hour: The Exclusive Charms of MAC Deck Bar
Happy Hour

The Exclusive Charms of MAC Deck Bar

NEWaukee Lunar series gives you access to Milwaukee Athletic Club’s 13th floor bar and stunning city views.

NEWaukeean of the Week: Chris Widmayer
NEWaukeean of the Week

Chris Widmayer

"Milwaukee provides a very fun and enjoyable social scene."

Yesterday’s Milwaukee: Broadway North of Wisconsin, 1879
Yesterday’s Milwaukee

Broadway North of Wisconsin, 1879

Another classic H.H.Bennett photo captures Milwaukee just after the advent of telephones and telephone lines.

NEWaukeean of the Week: Sergio Piraino
NEWaukeean of the Week

Sergio Piraino

"I see Milwaukee having a title contending NBA franchise in the Milwaukee Bucks that will be playing in a state of the art new arena..."

Plenty of Horne: De Blasio Descends on Milwaukee
Plenty of Horne

De Blasio Descends on Milwaukee

New York's mayor and crew of handlers and security came for his speech to state Democrats. Later he partied with local pols and local brews at Nick's House.

Plenty of Horne: Magical Thinking Transforms Parking Garage
Plenty of Horne

Magical Thinking Transforms Parking Garage

How artist Reginald Baylor and others re-styled a longtime eyesore, the Milwaukee Athletic Club's parking garage.

NEWaukeean of the Week: Laure Gelis-Diaz
NEWaukeean of the Week

Laure Gelis-Diaz

"Coming from Paris, France, I used to walk EVERYWHERE…"

Vantage Point: Catholic Financial Life Building
Vantage Point

Catholic Financial Life Building

The Modernist downtown property has a history of transition, and one heck of a view.

House Confidential: Gary George’s Grafton Mansion
House Confidential

Gary George’s Grafton Mansion

He lives far outside Gwen Moore's congressional district, but is running for the seat anyway.

CRG Network to Co-Host Decision 2014 Candidate Forum
Press Release

CRG Network to Co-Host Decision 2014 Candidate Forum

The CRG Network is proud to serve as one of the co-hosts for the Decisions 2014 candidate forum.

The Other Mandela

The Other Mandela

The fundraiser for Rep. Mandela Barnes, just two days before his namesake Nelson Mandela died, had a big turnout.

The Roundup: Lottery Takes a Gamble
The Roundup

Lottery Takes a Gamble

"We did a study of machines early in the lottery, but there was concern about underage people getting access to the machines."

The Roundup: Broadband Quote of the Week
The Roundup

Broadband Quote of the Week

"Well, if I was a consumer I would say, "Why in the hell is the United States No. 13 and heading south in broadband deployment?"

The Roundup: Riemer: “Ready to Run”
The Roundup

Riemer

This terse note from Riemer almost sounds like a Bill Christofferson soundbite, which means it's a good one.

The Roundup: Feds Stop Funding School, Library Internet and Phone Service
The Roundup

Feds Stop Funding School, Library Internet and Phone Service

Two months ago, the federal grants stopped.

The Roundup: Drink for Free
The Roundup

Drink for Free

One of the joys of electoral politics is that the polls eventually close on election day and then it is up to us to flock to the parties.

The Roundup: Let My People Shop!
The Roundup

Let My People Shop!

Ald. Zielinski is upset, because Jewel Osco has taken steps to prevent a new grocery store in his district.

The Roundup: Shepherd Figure to Run Madison Paper
The Roundup

Shepherd Figure to Run Madison Paper

Capital Papers Puts up the Capital

The Roundup: Lautenschlager’s Fast Ones – Past Speeding Tickets Raise Residency Issues
The Roundup

Lautenschlager’s Fast Ones – Past Speeding Tickets Raise Residency Issues

Attorney General Peg Lautenschlager exploits a legal loophole.

The Roundup: Who’s on Fifth?
The Roundup

Who’s on Fifth?

An $89 billion bank is muscling its way into the Milwaukee market, and you read about it here first.

Murphy’s Law: Is the Plankinton Exit Worth $60 Million?
Murphy’s Law

Is the Plankinton Exit Worth $60 Million?

Some months ago the state Department of Transportation announced a plan for rebuilding the mammoth Marquette Interchange that did not include any exits or entrances at Plankinton Avenue