If you haven’t seen Fever Marlene for a while—and, given the
group’s relative silence over the last few years, that’s a strong
possibility—then you might not recognize them anymore. It’s been five years
Sprouted Bakehouse was ahead of health-food trends when it launched in 1969.
The Waukesha company offered whole-grain and gluten-free goods before there was
widespread demand for such products
many immigrants, Yollande Tchouapi Deacon was disappointed by how difficult it
was to find her native cuisine in Milwaukee after she moved here in 2001.
African restaurants were, and still are, a rarity in the city, and the
living in Athens, Ga., Bryan Atinsky took advantage of the many pubs offering
growlers, 64-ounce jugs of beer filled fresh from the tap, then sealed to go.
Growlers were such a convenient way of sampling and sharing
recent years the belowground space at the busy corner of Broadway and Buffalo
Street in the Third Ward has hosted a café, a bakery, a bistro and a taco restaurant,
but its latest occupant must be its most ambitious yet.
The 2000s found punk music in transition, as the purebred traditionalist and pop-punk bands of the ’90s gave way to a tide of younger emo and post-hardcore groups with more dramatic songs and fussier hair. For a while these