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Tuesday, Dec. 23, 2014

Growing Power classes begin in February

Milwaukee’s best-known urban farm, Growing Power (5500 W. Silver Spring Drive), will offer a course in Commercial Urban Agriculture (CUA) running from February through June of next year. This is the perfect class for all aspiring urban farmers interested in learning the ins and outs of
Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014

Have You Tried SA Braai?

In a region so well known for a love of bratwurst, it may be hard for a newcomer to carve out a place of recognition. Peruse the aisle of local grocery stores, and you’ll
Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2014

West Side grocery going strong after 40 years

If shopping at big-box grocery stores depresses you and makes you long for a more personal, less utilitarian experience, maybe it’s time for you to visit a West Side
Sunday, Sept. 14, 2014

Growing veggies (and a stronger community)

The local food movement is changing not only what we eat, but where that food is grown. Most of us live in cities or towns, and we purchase our fruits and veggies from a neighborhood grocery store. Idealistic and health-conscious shoppers
Tuesday, July 1, 2014

What’s up at the Iron Horse Hotel restaurant?

 Over the past several years Milwaukee has been blessed to see an ever-increasing number of “casual fine dining” establishments, places where the food is elevated and the service is top notch, yet the environment is relaxed
Thursday, June 26, 2014

Historic building sees a new beginning

The building that currently houses the City Lounge (3455 E. Layton Ave.) has had a long and storied history. Originally opened in 1925 as the Esgandarian Hotel, the building was built by brothers of that name. By the 1980s the space had been converted to a bar known as the East

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