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Milwaukee Buzz - Oct. 8, 2015
OnMilwaukee Weekend Preview: Oct. 9-11, 2015
The great Milwaukee weekend is here -- how are you going to spend it? You could close out the Milwaukee Film Festival, attend Oktoberfest, Wine & Dine or the Schlitz Audubon Fall Festival. Attend the MACC Fund game, Adler's Fall Comedy Night, Marquette Madness, or explore Fish and Feathers in Shorewood or the Milwaukee County Zoo for free. Listen to Nineteen Thirteen, Little Big Town, Seether, Criss Angel and more! All of these great options in this edition of the OnMilwaukee Weekend Preview.
Dining - Nov. 18, 2013
The Weekly Nibble: Soda with Santa at Sprecher Brewery
Even if you're paying close attention, it's sometimes difficult to keep up with the latest in food news here in Milwaukee. So here's a taste of what's new and notable - including the opportunity to visit with Santa at Sprecher Brewery, a pop-up dinner from new Amilinda restaurant concept, a potential new East side coffee spot, Flavors of fall at Kasana, and an anniversary dinner at Sanford.
Dining - March 11, 2013
The Weekly Nibble: Milwaukee chefs featured in new book
Milwaukee chef accolades, Home & Garden Show cooking patio, news from Bourbon & Tunns and Smoke Shack releases BBQ sauces - it's all here in The Weekly Nibble.
Travel & Visitors Guide - June 7, 2010
Wisconsin Dells' waterparks guide, 2010
Wisconsin Dells' waterparks are some of the most coveted summer vacation spots in the state. Here is a list of them, along with a few thoughts for families considering a maiden voyage to one of these attractions.
Travel & Visitors Guide - Dec. 15, 2009
Las Vegas shines neon lights on economic recovery
Vegas is back, baby -- tan, rested and ready to lead America into recovery. What happens in Vegas might stay in Vegas (unless you are Tiger Woods), but you know it's a good sign when tourists are spending money again, bringing leisure back into their lives. The rest of the economy can't be far behind.