Eliot began playing in the Milwaukee area during the 1950s, when jazz still
overlapped with pop to a much greater extent than today, and jazz clubs
proliferated. His solo guitar album, Catch
the Wave, echoes
A city of Milwaukee’s size and ethnic
diversity offers many choices from around the world for lunch and dinner. But
for the first meal of the day the pickings get considerably slimmer—unless
Canadian bacon is counted
Perfect for pampering out-of-town guests or taking a vacation in your own city, the Ambassador Hotel goes beyond spacious, comfortable rooms by providing complimentary parking, convenient shuttles to Downtown locales and a fitness center, along with valet, concierge and massage services. The hotel...
For the look and feel of an Irish pub there is little competition for the two-leveled Brocach. Beer flows freely form the taps and the interior always feels warm and cozy. There also is a substantial menu of things Irish, Scottish and beyond. A traditional Irish stew has a whole lamb shank, Scottish smoked...