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Bobby Tanzilo, Managing editor at OnMilwaukee.com

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Now Serving: Who Will Serve the Greek Freak?
Now Serving

Who Will Serve the Greek Freak?

BelAir lost its chance Sunday, but Rare now offers a table. Plus: RC's closes after 40 years.

Now Serving: New Downtown Mini-Bowling Bar?
Now Serving

New Downtown Mini-Bowling Bar?

Plus: a new West Side Mexican place. And C. 1880 closing.

ZIP MKE Continues to Celebrate Milwaukee This Winter & Spring
Press Release

ZIP MKE Continues to Celebrate Milwaukee This Winter & Spring

New exhibits, a bus tour, and a new partnership with Jane’s Walk MKE

Milwaukee Word: New Event Features 10 Milwaukee Authors
Press Release

Milwaukee Word: New Event Features 10 Milwaukee Authors

Unique event is perfect for book worms, history-lovers and for unique holiday gift shopping

Plenty of Horne: New Public Museum Cost Is $150 Million
Plenty of Horne

New Public Museum Cost Is $150 Million

Seeks $50 million each from county, state and private donors.

Now Serving: Goodbye Watts Tea Shop
Now Serving

Goodbye Watts Tea Shop

And say hello to new Spanish and new Mexican restaurants.

Now Serving: New Bay View American Restaurant
Now Serving

New Bay View American Restaurant

Plus: Comfort food in new Whitefish Bay place and DanDan opens second restaurant.

Frozen Custard Capital of the World

Frozen Custard Capital of the World

Why is Milwaukee the leading city for this uniquely rich treat? Excerpt from new book.

Now Serving: More Breweries Coming
Now Serving

More Breweries Coming

East Side's first urban brewery, city's first hard cider bar and Pabst Brewery plans.

Plats and Parcels: Bucks Arena Triggering More Downtown Deals?
Plats and Parcels

Bucks Arena Triggering More Downtown Deals?

Downtown is a "on a roll," a developer says, and momentum is building for more real estate moves.

Friday Photos: The Deconstruction of Northwestern Mutual
Friday Photos

The Deconstruction of Northwestern Mutual

Floor-by-floor, NML's 1970s office tower is coming down.