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Eat & Drink
Wednesday, Dec. 11, 2013

Strengthening community while serving up drinks

 The Riverwest neighborhood has long been a melting pot of individualism and community activism. College students, families, old hippies and young professionals mingle well together in this enclave of diversity. The
Dining Out
Wednesday, Nov. 27, 2013

Updated menu, humongous burritos remain the same

 For many, it may have been a while since their last visit to Jalisco Mexican Restaurant on North Avenue. Jalisco has been an East Side institution for more than 20 years, yet since they opened, much has changed
Eat & Drink
Wednesday, Nov. 27, 2013

Healthy treat for the holidays and beyond

 When friends and family gather over the holiday season, herring is often included on relish trays or appetizer tables. Here in Milwaukee, herring lovers frequently reach for hometown favorite Ma Baensch’s herring. Ma Baensch’s story began in 1932 when Lena Baensch started selling her
Eat & Drink
Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2013

Sample the world’s food at State Fair Park

 The festivals that celebrate Milwaukee’s ethnic pride, culture and community all summer are over for the season. Yet, there is still one more opportunity in 2013 to take in a celebration of Milwaukee’s ethnic
Dining Out
Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2013

Short Orders

 Soup-lovers in the Washington Heights area will rejoice over the news that the Soup Market has opened a new location at 5330 W. Vliet St. Serving up the same delicious soups that have made their Public Market, Bay View and Hales Corners stores so successful, the new place is already building
Eat & Drink
Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2013

Healthy Food For Super Babies

 In the not-so-distant past, parents fed their kids food that was quick, convenient or provoked the least amount of complaining. Unfortunately that approach contributed to the rise in childhood obesity and

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