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Eat & Drink
Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Full service catering for picnics, parties, barbecues

“We are a well-kept secret,” says Savory Catering & Events owner Guy Lamberg. And now the secret is out. This full-service catering business is gearing up for summer and has a unique outdoor menu for any picnic, graduation party, family reunion or barbecue
Classical Music/Dance
Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Choral group celebrates 20 years of music making

 Milwaukee Children’s Choir (MCC), a nonprofit choral organization touching the lives of nearly 700 children with in-school and afterschool programming, will celebrate 20 years of music making with a concert. Featured will be all of its performance-level choirs (first through 12th graders)
Dining Out
Wednesday, May 21, 2014
 BB’s (which stands for Build-a-Breakfast, Build-a-Burger) is a restaurant and bar co-owned by Alaa Musa (of Casablanca on Brady Street) and Omar Amin. This casual dining spot opened earlier this month and is all about creating your own meals. Breakfast is served all day with customizable
Off the Cuff
Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Whole Foods joins the cause and raises funds for the campaign

 Celebrating 80 years, Easter Seals is a nonprofit that provides a full range of services through 15 different programs for individuals with disabilities from infants to adults. One of the largest fundraisers for the Southeast Wisconsin branch is the Walk With Me event, which has collectively raised
Dining Out
Wednesday, May 14, 2014
 In 2013, Pat Gleason and his wife Jeanette opened Bus Stop Coffee Shop (4424 W. Lisbon Ave.), a homey café in a historic building offering fresh bakery made daily in house, delicious Stone Creek Coffee and Rishi Tea, and some of the best hospitality around. This warmly lit space has
Friday, May 9, 2014

Skylight presents Tony Award-winning ‘Hair’

 “We’re reminding the audience to question why war exists, why are we sending young people to war, whose responsibility is that and when is that going to end?” says Stage Director Ray Jivoff of Skylight Music Theatre’s final Cabot show, Hair. These overriding topics of conversation
Dining Out
Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Newport Shores’ great fish and seafood dishes

The City of Port Washington in Ozaukee County is cherished for its scenic harbor and if you’re looking for a beautiful view of Lake Michigan while dining, Newport Shores (407 E. Jackson St.) is the coastal place to choose
Eat & Drink
Monday, May 5, 2014

Shepherd Express kicks off summer with Street Eats festival

 The sun is warm, lake breezes have lost their bite and the grass and trees are turning green. The warm-weather activities we’ve been anticipating throughout a very long winter are here to stay. One great festival to help