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c.1880
Around Milwaukee
Friday, July 18, 2014
Wine has long been the drink of choice for fine meals, but two local establishments are exploring the culinary potential of another alcoholic beverage. Sprecher Brewery and c.1800, a Walker’s Point restaurant specializing in farm-to-table meals, are offering a five-course dinner pairing popular Sprecher beers such as the Special Amber and Black Bavarian with a meal custom-designed by c.1800 chef...
footgolf
Around Milwaukee
Thursday, July 17, 2014

A contest where golf meets soccer

FootGolf, another permutation of plain old ball-and-club golf, is making its way into Milwaukee. Joining other golf alternatives such as archery and Frisbee golf, FootGolf is played with a soccer ball and your own foot, and the goal is to sink the ball into a hole roughly a foot and a half in diameter in as few kicks as possible. Players kick from a tee just as in regular golf and navigate vario...
mishmash fest
Around Milwaukee
Tuesday, July 15, 2014
Riverwest’s Art Bar is expanding the entertainment offerings at its annual Mishmash Fest this year. In addition to the continuously impressive lineup of local music, the festival is including a talent competition for the first time. Taking place on July 25, the Riverwest Has Talent competition will feature competitors from around the state showcasing their unique skills between music sets.
croissant
Around Milwaukee
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
Americans are used to a fairly limited selection of baked goods. Cookies, muffins and a few other bakery items are the staples of café and coffee shop menus here. A new bakery in Shorewood, however, is bringing much more to the table for early morning diners, founded on a long tradition of French bakeries and recipes.

North Shore Boulangerie, located at 4401 N. Oakland Ave. in Shorewood,...
usa world cup the garage
Around Milwaukee
Tuesday, June 17, 2014

The Nomad and surrounding bars pack in a crowd for America's first match

Soccer has had a traditionally low profile in the U.S., but you wouldn’t know it from how fans turned out at area bars to watch Monday’s World Cup game. Whether they were lifelong enthusiasts or just caught up in the excitement of one of the world’s largest sports competitions, Milwaukee’s soccer fan base came out in droves for America’s first match against Ghana.

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