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Thursday, April 23, 2009

Food Crawl Walking Milwaukee’s culinary past

Milwaukee’s cuisine is an edible storybook telling a tale of our state’s thriving agricultural production and our city’s unique cultural diversity. The ethnic grocery stores and specialty food shops that dot the city speak of the immigrants who opened businesses to sell the familiar comforts of home. Compelled to tell the...
Thursday, March 12, 2009

A culinary tour

It is our nostalgic claim to Irishness that finds us in a smoky corner bar on St. Patrick’s Day...
Wednesday, March 11, 2009

A culinary tour

It is our nostalgic claim to Irishness that finds us in a smoky corner bar on St. Patrick’s Day, teetering, green beer in hand, before an aluminum serving tray piled high with lukewarm corned beef and soggy cabbage. While it is with good intent and a celebratory spirit that we serve and indulge in these stereotypical Irish...
Friday, Aug. 15, 2008

Today @ the Summerfest grounds

As always, Milwaukee’s Irish Fest, the largest celebration of Celtic culture in the country, dishes out plenty of food, drinks and cultural exhibitions. But even if Irish Fest, which runs through Sunday at the Summerfest grounds, had nothing else to offer, its strong entertainment line-up alone would be able . . .
Thursday, Aug. 14, 2008

Today @ the Summerfest grounds

The Summerfest grounds say “Top of the morning” to Irish Fest this evening at 5 p.m., when the popular annual celebration of Celtic culture—by some measures the largest in the nation—kicks off its four-day run. With the young professionals in mind, the Fest is throwing Milwaukee’s largest Irish happy hour this evening . . .
Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Tonight @ Potawatomi Bingo Casino - 8:00 PM

A raucous band of Irish transplants, L.A.’s Young Dubliners take the stage tonight at the Potawatomi Bingo Casino at 8 p.m. in support of their new record With All Due Respect: The Irish Sessions. The album, which finds them reinterpreting the work of other Irish songwriters, is a departure from their usual brand of . . .

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