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About: milwaukee, wisconsin

Milwaukee once was home to four of the world's largest breweries (Miller, Pabst, Blatz and Schiltz) and was the number one beer producing city in the world for years. Miller Brewing Company remains a key employer in the community. From 1933-1994 the NFL's Green Bay Packers split their home games in between Green Bay and Milwaukee. The city is home 65 miles of bicycle lanes and trails.

Population: 2014032
Local Newspapers: Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel
Local Sports Teams: Milwaukee Brewers (MLB) Milwaukee Bucks (NBA)
Local Colleges: Alverno College Cardinal Stritch University Carroll University Concordia University Wisconsin Herzing University Marquette University Mount Mary College University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Zip Codes associated with milwaukee, wisconsin: 53202 53204 53205 53206 53207 53208 53209 53210 53211 53212 53213 53214 53215 53216 53217 53218 53219 53220 53221 53222 53223 53224 53225 53226 53227 53228 53233 53235
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Milwaukee Film Festival announces its 2017 Cine Sin Fronteras selections

Milwaukee Film is on a roll with its rollout of movie selections for the upcoming festival coming to a theater by you next month. Yesterday, it unveiled its lineup of picks for its nationally recognized Black Lens program , and now today, the organization announced the sophomore year of its Cine Sin Fronteras program, featuring seven features and a collection of shorts all highlighting the diverse culture, stories and viewpoints of the Latinx diaspora.

7 cool places to watch the solar eclipse in Milwaukee

When I was a kid, I remember my dad waking me up in the wee early hours of the morning one time to see a lunar eclipse. Blearily and, at the time, utterly unappreciative of the experience, I trudged outside to the front yard with him to look up at the sky.

Free Westallion Citywide Pub Stampede is this Sunday in 'Stallis

Pub crawls are great fun and have become increasingly popular and prevalent in Milwaukee. But sometimes, you just want to bop around town with friends, trying new places and enjoying drink specials, without having to register in advance, pay $20 for a ticket, pick up a T-shirt and be confined to the same old Downtown or East Side places.

New Memory Cafe marks step toward dimentia friendly Milwaukee

In Milwaukee County's latest effort to improve quality of life for individuals with Alzheimer's disease and related dementias, the Department on Aging, the Wisconsin Alzheimer's Institute, Alzheimer's Association of SE WI, the Milwaukee Public Museum and the Facilitating agency Milwaukee Center for Independence are opening the sixth Milwaukee County Partnership Memory Caf at Daddy's Soul Food & Grill 754 N. 27th St. County Executive Chris Abele, Wisconsin State Senator LaTonya Johnson, Milwaukee County Board Supervisor Supreme Moore Omokunde along with other Milwaukee officials and key stakeholders from the around the state, will celebrate the opening of the new caf where persons with dementia can socialize with their caregivers and others as they would have before their diagnosis.

Giant inflatable pumpkin pops up on Milwaukee's south side

Sparking the annual holiday debate of what's "too soon", a giant inflatable pumpkin now stands at 27th Street and Howard Avenue on Milwaukee's south side. It appears that Halloween Express is starting to set up its local pop up shops.

Showcase of Local Foods at Taste of The Gateway 2017

Alderman Terry L. Witkowski invites the public to attend the Gateway to Milwaukee's Taste of the Gateway event on at the Farmers' Market Grounds , S. 6th St. and W. Norwich St. The Garden District event will feature food tastings, live music, artists, and raffles. Alderman Witkowski said, "The Taste of the Gateway is a wonderful showcase for local food businesses and also gives customers the chance to try their wide array of food offerings."

Rising tensions with North Korea bring back nuclear fears

In this Jan. 19, 1959 file photo, Pfc. Warner Bitterman, left, watches as Army chief chemical officer Maj.

Silver Alert: Milwaukee man last seen Tues. morning

Authorities need your help finding an elderly man from Milwaukee who was last seen Tuesday morning. 72-year-old Edward Piechocki walked away from his home on W. Wabash Ct. at about 8 a.m. Tuesday and has not come back.

Sen. Johnson: Should Wisconsin bear full Foxconn cost?

U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson is questioning whether Wisconsin should bear the full $3 billion in financial incentives being considered to lure electronics giant Foxconn Technology Group to the state. Johnson raised the question since Illinois workers would also benefit from the plant, which is expected to be built in southeast Wisconsin near the border.

Milwaukee Mayor Calls for Sales Tax Increase to Pay for Public Safety

Mayor Tom Barrett wants to boost Milwaukee's sales tax. He says an increase is necessary, in order to balance a tight city budget.

Wisconsin Bat Festival swoops into Milwaukee Aug. 26

The public can see bats from around the world up close, including one with a six-foot wingspan, and enjoy hands-on activities and interactive displays at the Wisconsin Bat Festival on Saturday, Aug. 26, at the Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory "The Domes" in Milwaukee. The event runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and is presented by the Organization for Bat Conservation, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory and Milwaukee County Parks.

Solar specs: Where to get your eclipse glasses

Eclipse fever is currently covering the nation, as people young and old across the U.S. get ready to turn their eyes to the sky on Monday, Aug. 21 for the first total solar eclipse since 1979. However, even with a gigantic celestial body floating in front of it, it's not a great idea to stare straight at the sun.

Chicago's Aloha Poke Co. plans two Milwaukee restaurants

Though the specifics are sparse, Chicago's multi-location pok purveyor Aloha Pok Co. has announced that it will expand to a number of cities, including Milwaukee.

Midtown Center is giving away 600 free backpacks and supplies to families

Purchasing school supplies can be a financially stressful time for families. Alderman Cavalier Johnson of the Milwaukee Common Council is inviting the public to the Midtown Center Back-2-School "Superstars and Supplies" giveaway event on Alderman Johnson says 600 kids ages 5 to 14 years old will receive free backpacks and school supplies, in person only .

Milwaukee Film Festival announces its 2017 Black Lens selections

Since its inaugural year in 2014, the Black Lens program at the Milwaukee Film Festival has served as one of the event's most recognized and most lauded elements, bringing diverse stories and storytellers to the screen and earning an AMPAS grant last year. And 2017's selections would appear to live up to that legacy, as Milwaukee Film today announced its list of picks for this year's festival, expanding out to eight features, as well as not just one but two short programs.

Research turns up Tula Erskine's Joan of Arc paintings at Washington High

We've written about Milwaukee artist Tula Erskine before, and I'm always interested to hear more about her work, especially the paintings and other works she created for Milwaukee Public Schools buildings. As you can see from this resume, written in her own hand, Erskine did a fair bit of work to help brighten the days of Milwaukee schoolchildren... "The artist Gertrude 'Tula' Kundmann Erskine was born in 1907 and grew up at 2901 W. North Ave.," writes Nancy Aten, a landscape architect who is working on cataloguing works that Erskine donated to the Urban Ecology Center.

Von Trier to become mid-century cocktail lounge

Rumors that Von Trier was about to undergo major changes flew around for months and this morning owner John Sidoff confirmed that the iconic, German-themed bar and restaurant will close briefly at the end of the year and reopen in early 2018 as "an upscale, classic cocktail lounge with a mid-century vibe." Von Trier will remain open through the holiday season and showcase its popular Christmas Village one last time before hosting an online auction listing the bar's collection of memorabilia, including authentic beer steins, one-of-a-kind wood carvings and the historic Colnik chandelier.

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