Results tagged with 'wine'
Published Nov. 20, 2014
Thanksgiving is on the horizon and you're hosting (or attending) a family dinner. What to do about wine? How to find something that pairs well with both turkey and cranberries? How to find a wine that appeals to you, your parents and Aunt Millie? It can be challenging, but experts say a few simple rules can help guide the way...
Published Oct. 30, 2014
What could possibly deliver more fun than a night of cool food, great wine selected just for you and an evening of wonderful theater? That's the idea behind the Saturday Date Night package created by David Cecsarini's Next Act Theatre.
Published July 28, 2014
Ruby Tap opened in Wauwatosa in August 2012 to the delight of West Side wine lovers. And these days, the shop has plenty to celebrate.
Published July 23, 2014
Wisconsin may not have a climate made for producing the best wine grapes, but its fertile soil has produced a plethora of top notch winemakers. One such winemaker is Milwaukee native Tony Rynders.
Published June 24, 2014
The Hubbard Park Beer Garden opened this afternoon at 3 p.m. for the first time and celebrated with what has become beer garden protocol - free beer.
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Milwaukee: A Love Story
by Sukey Pett
What I knew about Milwaukee when I moved here two years ago: that Rod Stewart and Jerry Lee Lewis had done great covers of "What's Made Milwaukee Famous", that there was a lot of beer here and it was in the Mid...
In an industry where the odds are stacked against the artist, Brett Newski is weathering the storm. From 2011-2014 he toured six continents, playing over 600 shows in America, South Africa, Australia, Asia, and Europe. Newski’s hard-driving folk energy has been compared to t...
Warren Wiegratz, Pam Duronio & Tim Stemper combined their creative passions to form a lively & contemporary jazz•pop bossa•samba music ensemble called VIVO. Although Warren is famed for his saxophone work, you’ll also have the opportunity to experience his flute & m...
A spontaneous, combustible and genre-bending fusion of zydeco, blues, roots rock and even Tex-mex. Copper Box’s sound connects the upbeat sounds of the upper Midwest with southern soul and fills it with groove and grit! Watch CBx bring in 2013 at nines --- http://www.yo...
Sawdust Symphony is an "American New Grass" string band, blending traditional bluegrass style with high energy contemporary musical forms. The members of the band are all from the Milwaukee, Wisconsin area. The group combines the members varying playing experience in bluegrass, old-...
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