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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.
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
Towns/Cities near milwaukee, wisconsin : Harambee St Francis Cudahy West Allis Wauwatosa Franklin Heights Shorewood Whitefish Bay Greendale Greenfield
Milwaukee Rep's Announces Annual Curtain Call Ball
Join Milwaukee Repertory Theater as they celebrate "A Night at the Cabaret" at the annual Curtain Call Ball on Saturday, May 12, 2018 at 5:30pm at the Milwaukee Repertory Theater Patty & Jay Baker Theater Complex . Co-chaired by Laura and Adam Peck and Mara and Craig Swan, the 2018 Curtain Call Ball will feature dinner, dancing, live and silent auction, and a world-class theatrical experience Rep audiences have come to expect.Swanson's book takes us back to "Lost Milwaukee"
You may have read Carl Swanson's historical vignettes of old Milwaukee here at OnMilwaukee or on his blog, Milwaukee Notebook . Many of his excellent articles are now collected in " Lost Milwaukee ," a book published in paperback by The History Press .City attorney to prosecute senator for disorderly conduct
Taylor's attorney, Vince Bobot, said police cited Taylor following an argument with a bank teller on April 6. He says the city attorney's office decided late Monday afternoon to prosecute the citation in municipal court. Bobot said Taylor plans to plead not guilty.Kenosha Hopes New Financial Formula Will Speed Up Replacement of Lead Pipes
Water utility manager Ed St. Peter has been working on the idea for a while, saying he wants to expeditiously replace every inch of the city's 8800 lead lines that connect homes to water mains. The city owns the pipe from the water main to the property line; while the homeowner is responsible from the property line to the building.A Life Remembered: Augie Schepker
There's no shortage of articles and television shows that showcase the dishes that chefs love to cook at their restaurants. But, what do they love to eat at the end of their exhausting 16-hour days? Or on their days off? In this series, we ask Milwaukee area chefs to share their favorite dishes both from area restaurants and for eating at home.On the Burger Trail: The Filling Station burger at Riverwest Filling Station
In this series, we'll be hiking the burger trail to find the latest, greatest and most delicious burgers in Milwaukee. Riverwest Filling Station 701 E. Keefe Ave. 906-9000 the-filling-station.com Riverwest Filling Station is tucked away on the North end of Riverwest, nestled between industrial development and residential homes.Court Reinstates Lawsuit Against Website in Wisconsin Spa Shooting Case
A state appeals court has reinstated a lawsuit against operators of a website that facilitated the purchases of a gun used in a mass shooting in suburban Milwaukee, Wisconsin, five years ago. Radcliffe Haughton killed his wife, Zina Daniel Haughton, and two of her co-workers at Azana Salon & Spa in Brookfield in October 2012.After 44 years, RC's says goodbye to its East Side birthplace
This weekend, an East Side icon will shut its doors forever. But you'd be forgiven for thinking that moment had already passed.Wauwatosa: One Of Many Wisconsin Communities Grappling With Lead In Water
Filtering water to remove lead is a temporary measures. One Wauwatosa resident asks when the city is going to come up wit solutions.MPS expands biennial music festival with All-City Arts Festival at Summerfest
More than 189 artistic groups with more than 8,000 students representing 125 Milwaukee Public Schools, as well as alumni and partner groups, will perform Wednesday-Friday, May 8-11, at Summerfest's Henry Maier Festival Park as part of the first-ever All-City Arts Festival. The event, hosted by MPS and the Summerfest Foundation is open to the public.Curious Kenosha: Looking at trauma care in Kenosha
Katie Johnson, Aurora's trauma coordinator, and Dr. Thomas Kirages, medical director for Aurora's emergency department, discuss trauma care at Aurora Medical Center. Katie Johnson, Aurora's trauma coordinator, and Dr. Thomas Kirages, medical director for Aurora's emergency department, discuss trauma care at Aurora Medical Center.North Side artist Evelyn Terry curates "little gem" gallery
Editor's note: This is one of an occasional Milwaukee NNS series of articles about the people and places of 53206. The residence, built in 1904, is where Terry spent her childhood.Man flown to Milwaukee-area hospital following late night accident
A man was flown to a Milwaukee-area hospital after a one-car crash late Saturday night at Highway 165 and Sheridan Road. The crash occurred at 9:51 p.m. and involved a man believed to be the driver of the vehicle who had to be extricated, according to David Wilkinson, Pleasant Prairie Fire Department assistant chief.5 ways to celebrate Earth Day in Milwaukee
Now that the planet has finally thawed from the seemingly endless winter, let's celebrate our growingly green environment and get outdoors with Earth Day 2018. And while there's plenty of small ways you can celebrate and protect the planet in your everyday activities, several Milwaukee locales are doing something special in honor of the huge orb we all call home.Camila Cabello dazzles at the Riverside for singer's solo Milwaukee debut
The power of music was alive and well on Saturday night, as pop's rising star, Camila Cabello, brought together fans of all shapes and sizes to the historic Riverside Theater. "Looking around at each and every one of you, this room is full of different stories, different backgrounds, religions, ethnicities, sexual orientations," Cabello told the crowd with her fist held high in the air.Kim Lane
Lawton will manage Johnson Bank's commercial real estate teams in Milwaukee and Madison. His focus will be on building relationships with commercial real estate investors and developers and growing the commercial real estate loan portfolio throughout Wisconsin.
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