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Matt Wild

Matt Wild, co-founder and editor of Milwaukee Record.

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Now Serving: Cheap Cheeseburgers All Week!
Now Serving

Cheap Cheeseburgers All Week!

Celebrating National Cheeseburger Day. Plus: more BBQ. And two new Crawdaddy's!

Now Serving: New Restaurant, New Market for Downtown
Now Serving

New Restaurant, New Market for Downtown

Global Fusion restaurant and Maurer supermarket-deli opening.

Now Serving: New Third Ward French Restaurant
Now Serving

New Third Ward French Restaurant

Plus: new East Side Pakistani restaurant, saving At Random and Crawdaddy's closes.

City Hall: All Hail The “People’s Flag”
City Hall

All Hail The “People’s Flag”

Huge version of flag installed a block from City Hall just before vote on whether to adopt it.

Now Serving: More Bay View Pizza, Tosa Sushi
Now Serving

More Bay View Pizza, Tosa Sushi

Plus: Stone Creek on Downer, vegan restaurant on Farwell, Blue's Egg in Shorewood.

Now Serving: The Return of Von Trier
Now Serving

The Return of Von Trier

Plus: More Poke for East Side, more pies for Bay View, more beer for Tosa.

Now Serving: Avalon Theater’s New Restaurant Opening
Now Serving

Avalon Theater’s New Restaurant Opening

Plus: first Shake Shack and second Freshfin Poke open, Monster Pizza closes.

On the Air: The Year In Development
On the Air

The Year In Development

Jeramey Jannene chats with jolly trio on WMSE's "The Disclaimer." Fun, informative.

Band of the Week: Will Ladders Climb To The Top?
Band of the Week

Will Ladders Climb To The Top?

Riverwest band blends rock, folk, country and more into an unpredictable sound.

Now Serving: More Pizza, More Bakery Coming
Now Serving

More Pizza, More Bakery Coming

Wy’east and Redbar will offer pizza, a new downtown Grebes and new Hollander for bikers.

Now Serving: New Middle Eastern and Sushi Restaurants
Now Serving

New Middle Eastern and Sushi Restaurants

RuYi Sushi opens, Hello Falafel coming to Bay View, new Fuel Cafe in Walker's Point.

Murphy’s Law: The Man Who Cried Anti-Semitism
Murphy’s Law

The Man Who Cried Anti-Semitism

How the media amplified dumb attack on public sculpture and why Shorewood took it down.

Murphy’s Law: Still Controversy Over Art Museum Addition
Murphy’s Law

Still Controversy Over Art Museum Addition

Journal Sentinel offers inaccurate account of how new addition got built. Here's the real story.

Band of the Week: NO/NO Is Like a Wussy Pop Band
Band of the Week

NO/NO Is Like a Wussy Pop Band

So say its members. Or are they kidding?

Now Serving: The Return of River Horse?
Now Serving

The Return of River Horse?

New bar coming to Riverwest. New empanadas place opens on Brady.

Plats and Parcels: 229 New Apartments in Brewers’ Hill
Plats and Parcels

229 New Apartments in Brewers’ Hill

But one of the two new buildings being developed generated grr-ipes from Matt Wild and Mary Louise Schumacher. Dare we disagree?

Plats and Parcels: New Arena Plan & Pabst Brewing Returns
Plats and Parcels

New Arena Plan & Pabst Brewing Returns

Will legislature pass new arena plan? Will city and county have to contribute? Will Pabst brew here again?

NEWaukeean of the Week: Matt Wild
NEWaukeean of the Week

Matt Wild

"I’d like to see Milwaukee finally acting like the big-time city it constantly claims to be."

Former A.V. Club Milwaukee editor, writer, announce new website, Milwaukee Record
Press Release

Former A.V. Club Milwaukee editor, writer, announce new website, Milwaukee Record

Milwaukee-focused music and culture site set to launch April 7

Photo Gallery: Ground Breaking Day in the Park East
Photo Gallery

Ground Breaking Day in the Park East

A flock of public officials turned out to celebrate the Avenir, a $20.7 million, 104-unit mixed-use building that begins construction.

Photo Gallery: The Hangout Gets Real
Photo Gallery

The Hangout Gets Real

The Young Professionals event at City Hall triggers some discussion of race in Milwaukee.

Young Professionals Discuss Sustainable Milwaukee

Young Professionals Discuss Sustainable Milwaukee

Second annual Young Professional Week features a panel discussion at City Hall on April 15th moderated by Urban Milwaukee.