Arts & Entertainment
View from the Waiting RoomJul 5th, 2010 by Julie Sneider
An upcoming conference in Madison will explore how midwifery services can be used to improve the health and wellness of new mothers and their babies.
Jul 4th, 2010 by Will Durst
Here’s hoping your Independence Day is beyond terrific. No matter what side of the political spectrum your team plays on, this is a non-partisan party.
ThreadsJul 3rd, 2010 by Emily Thungkaew
ReFashion For Life combines fashion, sustainability and charity for a one-of-a-kind event.
Smoke ’em while you got ’emJul 2nd, 2010 by Erin Petersen
People gather at the Falcon for cheap drinks, good conversation and most of all, a sense of community that will outlast this ban and other changes that the future may bring.
Smoke ’em while you got ’emJul 1st, 2010 by Jon Anne Willow
When the smoke clears, what will happen to the art of bar talk? Jamo wishes he had the answer
Smoke ’em while you got ’emJun 30th, 2010 by Sarah Bare
Even without smoking, this establishment will manage to hold its own (albeit begrudgingly) through the ban.
Smoke ’em while you got ’emJun 29th, 2010 by Anthony Hanratty
One of the city's haziest bars and music venues goes smokeless next week. Is losing that ambiance a bad thing?
Smoke ’em while you got ’emJun 28th, 2010 by Elisabeth Albeck
Marty and Jim are not your typical bar owners, and Linneman's is not your typical bar. The reason why Marty is confident that business will continue to come is that the establishment is a music venue first, and a neighborhood bar second.
Sunday BrunchJun 27th, 2010 by Erin Petersen
Riverwest's Latin-inspired Cafe Corazon is a neighborhood gem and is perfect for low-key weekend brunching.
What’s up, MilwaukeeJun 26th, 2010 by Jon Anne Willow
TCD asks – and answers – the burning, if inane, question in our entertaining summer series of eclectic 2-minute videos
Smoke ’em while you got ’emJun 25th, 2010 by Michael V. Comerford III
The impending law may prevent cigarettes from being smoked in bars, but there is no law that can prevent smoking karaoke from billowing out of The New Yorker.
Smoke ’em while you got ’emJun 24th, 2010 by Laura Heller
My Office has ferried its way through the bar scene with a pro-smoking environment for the past 30 years. What's going to happen once Milwaukee goes smoke free?