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Sports & Rec - Cathedral Square Park
520 E. Wells St., Milwaukee 414-257-8005
Shopping - Annie's 2nd Hand Chic
1668 N. Warren Ave., Milwaukee 414-727-5586
Bars and Clubs - Studio Lounge
2246 S. Kinnickinnic Ave., Milwaukee 414-489-7474
Bars and Clubs - Stage Right Pub
2844 N. Oakland Ave., Milwaukee 414-967-0302
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Bars & Clubs - Aug. 27, 2015
The Winchester moves into former Two Bucks space
A new bar and restaurant concept is coming to the North Avenue bar scene next week when business partners Jay Stamates and Steve Gilbertson open The Winchester in the former Two Bucks space, 2321 N. Murray Ave.
Dining - Aug. 26, 2015
Rapid Review: Meraki
The name might be Greek, but Meraki serves up world inspired fare from a variety of countries.
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Milwaukee Buzz - Aug. 19, 2015
Urban spelunking: BMO Harris Bradley Center
Standing in the penthouse - the highest point you can access inside the BMO Harris Bradley Center - and gazing down about 13 stories through the metal grate beneath your feet, the view down to the Bucks playing floor is stunning. For some it might be vertigo-inducing, but the view made me philosophical about Milwaukee's pro sports arena, which is unlikely to survive more than a few more years.
Milwaukee Buzz - Aug. 10, 2015
Urban spelunking: Milwaukee bridge operators talk about their job
We stopped in at the Michigan Street Bridge house to talk to Bridge Operations Supervisor Timothy Thompson and Bridge Operator Chris Neldner, both 26-year veterans of Milwaukee's lift bridges, which have been opening at a record rate this year thanks to the high water levels. Here, they tell us about the various facets of the bridges and their jobs.
Arts & Entertainment - July 22, 2015
A. Werner Silversmith maintains silver lining on Water Street
Bookended by AJ Bombers and Water Street Brewery, Water Street is famous for three Bs: bars, burgers and bros. The tightly packed combination of those things has made the area a popular nighttime hot spot. Yet amongst all of the bars and clubs is something unexpected: A. Werner Silversmith, a buried treasure - quite literally considering its glass cases and shelves containing shimmering, beautifully repaired silver pieces - hiding in plain sight.

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