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Dining - Feb. 27, 2015
Milwaukee fish fry guide
It's one of Milwaukee's most cherished and distinctive traditions: the Friday fish fry. And we started a guide to the city's best. It's a big list, so dig in and read on.
Sports - Feb. 25, 2015
Sanders says anxiety, off-court issues led to departure
Four days after the Milwaukee Bucks officially bought him out of a $44 million contract, Larry Sanders opened up at length for the first time since a Dec. 23 interview with OnMilwaukee.com in a video message.
Milwaukee Buzz - Feb. 16, 2015
Menominee Indian Tribe chairman's letter to city and county officials
The following is correspondence sent from Menominee Tribal chairman Gary Besaw to Milwaukee city officials concerning the Menominee's recent offer to give $220 million for the Bucks impending arena if a Hard Rock casino in Kenosha is approved.
Sports - Feb. 16, 2015
Opinion: Say "no" to the jock tax
When it comes to the new arena for the Milwaukee Bucks, the Republican-controlled Legislature should say a resounding: "No." And they should say it fast. I supported the Bucks arena plan once. Pretty strongly. That was then, this is now. I still think the Bucks are good for the state. Read on to see what changed.
Milwaukee Buzz - Feb. 13, 2015
The letter from the Menominee Indian Tribe to Gov. Scott Walker
A letter was sent by the Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin to Governor Scott Walker. The Tribe is asking Gov. Walker to meet with tribal leaders, Hard rock International and the project's New York financial advisers to walk through the Tribe's $1.7 billion offer to the state when he visits Kenosha for a small business announcement on Tuesday.

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Christian - Cheryl McCrary - Heir-Born Band
Cheryl is happily married to her husband Mike,and started...
Rock - hello mcfly
a kenosha band made up of former members of other local b...
Rock - Shoes
Shoes, the legendary power pop rock band, consists of Jef...
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