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Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2009
Greendale residents have long been familiar with the name Ricardo’s—and the specialty thin-crust pizza it’s been serving for 40 years. In 2006, a second location opened, this time on a prime waterfront location in Milwaukee’s Third Ward. The newer location is called Riverfront Pizzeria, and the place still looks...
Wednesday, July 22, 2009

This Week in Milwaukee

Thursday, July 23, GZA/Genius @ Apartment 720, 9 p.m. Debates over the best solo Wu-Tang Clan albums inevitably boil down to two 1995 releases, Raekwon’s Only Built 4 Cuban Linx… and GZA’s Liquid Swords. The latter is the more cinematic and foreboding of the two, a fitting showcase...
Sunday, July 5, 2009

Representing local talent

Since early on in her career Elaine Erickson has been drawn to African art. A collection of masks, beadwork, sculpture and other everyday items find a permanent home in the gallery she’s run for 17 years. But that’s not all you’ll find at her Third Ward exhibit space...
Wednesday, June 3, 2009
Hopefully, location isn’t everything. Not that Cool Water is hard to find, but upon entering I couldn’t help but feel that the chic bar and grill would be more at home on Brady Street or Downtown. If youthink for a moment that you've stepped into the Third Ward, you're forgiven, as proprietors...
Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Tacos in the Third Ward

Chalk marks pointed the way. In the last week, denizens of the Third Ward were alerted to a new restaurant by announcements chalked on the sidewalks. As the new place's name suggests, Taco De-Bajo represents America's favorite ethnic cuisine, Mexican, and fills a flavor gap among the burgeoning array of restaurants...
Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2008
The Milwaukee Public Market, the symbol of a rejuvenated Third Ward, will expand this December as Good Harvest Market of Pewaukee moves into the former Broadway Produce Co. building. In addition to retaining the old “Commission Row” flavor, the market also aims to stay true to its mission of supporting local farm ers and businesses.
Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2008

A toast to Milwaukee’s new beer

Milwaukee has given birth to another beer! Looking to lighten up a stressful career as a marketing and public relations consultant, Craig Peterson pursued a more easygoing, fun way to spend his time: brewing beer. As an added bonus, the formation of the Buffalo Water Beer Co. in 2007 helps to quell the sting of our city losing yet another national brewing company.
Friday, Aug. 1, 2008

This Week in Milwaukee

Thursday, July 31, CSS w/ The Go! Team and Matt & Kim @ Turner Hall Ballroom, 8 p.m. Hailing from Sao Paulo and sounding like a self-aware, electro-chic version of Avril Lavigne with a playfully dry sense of humor, CSS seemingly survived the pitfalls of a cutesy beginning in iPod Touch commercials...
Friday, Aug. 1, 2008

Tonight @ Summer Sizzle - 9 p.m.

That Terence Blanchard emerged as a young powerhouse trumpeter in the ’80s might have made him a bigger star had Wynton Marsalis, another New Orleans trumpeter just one year Blanchard’s senior, not already accomplished the same feat. It’s unfair to compare the two too much, however, since Blanchard is far . . .
Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Art Preview

On a typical Gallery Night & Day, it’s the artwork inside the frame that captures attention. But this summer’s Gallery Night & Day will relate the stories behind the artwork, presenting an unseen but important facet of visual art. Reginald Baylor Studio recently moved to the lower level of the Marshall Building in the Third Ward, which is where Baylor now creates his canvases that portray bright interiors. For Gallery Night, Reginald Baylor Studio collaborates with ArtMail Milwaukee for the benefit of the Milwaukee High School of the Arts (MHSA) and the Catch . . .

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