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Milwaukee Buzz - Oct. 6, 2015
Urban spelunking video: A close-up look at the iconic Pabst sign
There are few more iconic images in Milwaukee than the Pabst sign that spans Juneau Avenue at 10th Street, connecting the old malt house on the southwest corner with the former brewhouse on the northwest corner. The sign is instantly recognizable and, especially now that Pabst is coming back to the site to brew beer in the former Forst Keller Restaurant and Pabst training center, it's been an extremely visible symbol of the city's brewing history. It's also a pretty cool place to visit.
Dining - Sept. 23, 2015
Give me brunch meow: 6 dishes that will make you purr
Make this the best Caturday yet with purrfect brunch dishes from across the city.
Milwaukee Buzz - Sept. 18, 2015
Doors Open Milwaukee: Our own top 10 places to see
I asked a couple of Doors Open Milwaukee Committee members, who have been working on this event along with me for the last nine months, to offer their individual top 10 lists. With varying backgrounds and tastes, yet both with a love for the city and this event, these individuals know Doors Open. Take a look at who they are, and check out what they want to see. You may want to follow in their footsteps.
Dining - Sept. 18, 2015
Sunday brunch at Bass Bay Brewhouse offers delicious food with a view
Enjoy delicious food with a lake view at this Muskego restaurant, located just 30 minutes from Milwaukee.
Travel & Visitors Guide - July 28, 2015
Door County looks spectacular from any angle
When you've visited the same place well over 20 times, sometimes you have to look at it a different way. Whether that means taking a bird's eye view from the treetops, or a fisheye perspective from just a atop the water, Wisconsin's crowing jewel that is Door County still looks spectacular from any angle. Even if it's one you have bend a little to see just right.