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Wednesday, March 19, 2014
 One of the newer restaurants to enter the burgeoning East Tosa food district is Red Dot (6715 W. North Ave.). Last fall Red Dot took over the space formerly occupied by short-lived Sherbrooke Restaurant and Shepherd’s before that. Red Dot offers dishes that put a fresh twist on traditional bar
Monday, Dec. 16, 2013
 For a few years folks have been buying high-end vinegars and oils by the bottle at Oro di Oliva, an olive oil boutique in the Village of Wauwatosa (7606 Harwood Ave
Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2013

Short Orders

 Anodyne Coffee Roasting Company opened its second location this fall in an old bottling plant warehouse in Walker’s Point (224 W. Bruce St.), just a half-block west of Second Street. The new location allows the micro-roastery to add two roasters. A large café on site offers fresh-brewed coffee and
Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2013

Short Orders

 Washington Park has a new café. Bus Stop Coffee Shop, named for the nearby Milwaukee County Transit System stop on the 57 line, is next door to the soon
Monday, Sept. 16, 2013
 Those who discovered the local coffee roaster Valentine by way of a pour-over at the farmers market or by the bag at a local grocery store will be happy to know that the roastery recently opened its first tasting room in Washington Heights (5918 W. Vliet St.). Valentine features a selection of
Monday, Nov. 19, 2012

Guide offers tips for writing creative nonfiction

  No one knows exactly who coined the term "creative nonfiction," though author and writing teacher Lee Gutkind staked his claim on the phrase when he founded a literary journal by the same name in 1993. In fact, Vanity Fair
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Area farmers' markets are one of the best perks of Milwaukee's mild, sweet summers. These grassroots outdoor markets feature the area's freshest local produce along with artisan meats and cheeses, delicious prepared foods, locally roasted coffees...

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