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01.06.2014 | 100 days ago | Posted at 11:00 AM
By Norman Ware
In Wisconsin, where each snap of severe weather is preceded by days of breathless doomsaying, there's something liberating about turning off the television, bundling up and just braving the elements—they're rarely as terrible as the bleakest forecasts make them out to be. For the last few years, Milwaukee's Lowlands Group has been offering an extra incentive to leave the house during nasty snow ...
09.17.2013 | | Posted at 11:00 AM
By Shepherd Express Staff
Consider it an early Christmas for Milwaukee history buffs, sightseers, architecture geeks and plain-old voyeurs: Doors Open Milwaukee returns this weekend for another two-day look into the city's closed-off crevices. Introduced in 2011, the event features free access to more than 100 buildings, including churches, hotels, museums, office buildings and private clubs, many of which will be off...
Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2009

Second location mixes Belgian ale with river views

The old heart of Wauwatosa, also known as Tosa Village, continues to grow as a dining destination. The main intersection, at State and Harwood, features a vintage Cream City brick building with a large neon sign announcing the presence of Cafe Hollander. The restaurant is located...
Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2008

Bay View’s Belgian Addition

The Diablos Rojos Restaurant Group, which owns Trocadero and Cafe Hollander, opened two new venues this year. In addition to the Belgian-themed Fat Abbey, the group started Cafe Centraal (2306 S. Kinnickinnic Ave.) in the booming neighborhood of Bay View. Cafe Centraal also leans toward Belgium and has the same...
Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Fat Abbey’s Belgian fare

Fat Abbey, which opened at the end of May, is another bar/restaurant belonging to the Diablos Rojos Restaurant Group. Like its counterparts, Trocadero and Cafe Hollander, it has a European theme, amplifying the Belgian end of Cafe Hollander’s Low Countries cuisine. It is called a biercafe, so naturally...
Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Tonight @ the Downer Avenue Schwartz Bookshop - 7 p.m.

As part of National Poetry Month, UWM and the Poetry Foundation partnered for a production called “The Poetry Everywhere Project” to create visual representations of films and have them screened around the country. Tonight at a 7 p.m. event at the Schwartz Bookshop Downer Avenue location, they’ll debut these films . . .

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