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Travel & Visitors Guide - Aug. 31, 2014
Social Circle: Best place for a Wisconsin weekend getaway?
This week, OnMIlwaukee.com polled the Social Circle for its favorite Wisconsin vacation spots. A lot of shout outs for Door County and other lush "Up North" places. And one vote for the Sybaris.
Marketplace - Aug. 22, 2014
It's champagne time for Contemporary Pull
Milwaukee-based business Conteporary Pull celebrated a summer of successes.
Travel & Visitors Guide - March 10, 2014
Urban spelunking: St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church
St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church is a bit like Milwaukee's own Mont Saint-Michel. Its imposing Gothic spires sprout from a high point in the city, soaring above everything around it. But, geographically, it also feels a bit cut off, like the French religious site at high tide, with the expressway to the west, the freeway-like McKinley Boulevard to the south. You can see it from everywhere, but it's not immediately clear how to reach it. Trust me, it's worth the minor effort of getting there.
Milwaukee Buzz - March 6, 2014
Should Milwaukee buy PBR?
A new idea - to buy Pabst Blue Ribbon and bring it back to Milwaukee. Yay or nay?
Travel & Visitors Guide - March 6, 2014
Some hotels offer a view onto history
There are hotels that occupy purpose-built structures, like The Pfister. And there are hotels that are created in the shells of buildings erected for other purposes, like the Hampton Inn on West Wisconsin Avenue, which occupies a converted office building. Over the years, I've stayed in both. A few of the latter kind of hotel have remained planted firmly in my memory. Here are some of them.