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Hats off to the new Hen House

Published Aug. 28, 2014

John and Kate McLaughlin, owners of The Brass Rooster - a men's hat shop in Bay View - will move to a larger location and open a women's hat shop called The Hen House in an adjoining space.

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South Shore Park on tap for clean up

Published Aug. 28, 2014

Late Wednesday afternoon, representatives from MillerCoors, Milwaukee County Parks, UWM's School of Freshwater Sciences and Milwaukee County held a press conference, announcing new initiatives, and namely a new $500,000 contribution from MillerCoors, to clean up South Shore Park.

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Help Global Union raise $15,000

Published July 15, 2014

Alverno College's Global Union, a free world music festival, is scheduled to take place on Saturday, Sept. 13 in Humboldt Park. Today, the organizers launched a campaign to raise $15,000 in 15 days to offset costs.

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Reader blogs:

Junk

When living in one spot for many years, junk accumulates. Take it from me, a person who lived in the same cramped apartment for seven years. Each purchase or gift received piles up in a dark corner of an empty room. Especially with a husband who doesn't want to part with or throw away anythin...

The Milwaukee Observatory Opens in South Shore Park This Saturday

The Milwaukee Observatory, an inspiring museum in the park and Milwaukee History Experience created by Bay View High School and Bradley Tech High School students, will be open to the public on Saturday, August 10. Located within South Shore Park in Bay View, The Observatory inspires visitors and ...

A Candy Induced Childhood

A fellow writer was on social media discussing his upcoming article on my hometown of Bay View. When I started thinking about it, I realized it had a small town feel in the big city of Milwaukee. I moved to Bay View in third grade. I don't remember starting at Dover Elementary, but remember M...

A Candy Induced Childhood

 A fellow writer was on social media discussing his upcoming article on my hometown of Bay View. When I started thinking about it, I realized it had a small town feel in the big city of Milwaukee. I moved to Bay View in third grade. I don't remember starting at Dover Elementary, but reme...

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