Though some residents still seem unsure of what awaits them at Discovery World, the majority of our readers are familiar enough with its exciting exhibits to vote it Milwaukee’s No. 1 attraction for children.
Why stop with cell phones, texting, DVDs, CDs, the radio, fast food, traffic, construction, snowbanks and pedestrians? Add electronic billboards to the list of drivers’ distractions. On March 18, the city’s Zoning, Neighborhoods and Development Committee will debate—yet again—
The Discovery World Museum regularly saves special presentations to preview them at special “Members Nights,” specifically reserved for museum members. Tonight, from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m., the museum hosts one of these events. Draws include several screenings of a 30-minute film on unusual animal survival . . .