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For five fortunate Milwaukee Pride volunteers, PrideFest Milwaukee was only the beginning of a Pride Month experience that culminated at WorldPride 2019 in New York City.
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The Milwaukee County Transportation, Public Works and Transit Committee has discussed replacing current transit security with a Transit Security Division operated by the sheriff's office. Here are some things you need to know, courtesy of Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service.
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Family fun, reasonable prices and delicious food await visitors at Armenian Fest, coming rain or shine to the grounds of St. John the Baptist Armenian Orthodox Church this Sunday.
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On Saturday morning, general manager Jon Horst likely put the finishing touches on the Milwaukee Bucks season-opening roster, coming to terms with free agent shooting guard Kyle Korver.
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From renting a jet ski or taking a ride on a Bublr Bike, to relaxing with a frosty Miller Lite at the Tiki Bar or some frozen custard at MooSa's, there are many ways Milwaukeeans are beating the heat at Bradford this summer.
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Jokes abound about how some people would rather get a root canal than a shop for a new car, but people who sell cars are seriously happy to provide tips on what you, the customer, can do to make the process more pleasant.
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Being seasoned experts in all things cold and frosty, we've got more than enough methods of staving off this steamy weekend, of getting out there and having a blast without getting blasted with heat stroke. Here are nine easy ideas for summer fun.
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There's hardly a major city in America that doesn't have its own regional accent, colloquialisms and verbal idiosyncrasies. Today, we're highlighting the lighter side of our local dialect: the mispronunciations, the phrases and the abbreviations that make sense to Brew city - but perhaps nowhere else.
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After an extensive renovation, the downtown Port Washington hotel at 135 E. Grand Ave. that once operated as a Best Western and as a Holiday Inn, has been rebranded The Harborview Hotel.
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When you buy a giant space in Walker's Point, what on earth do you do with it? You create a concert venue and an event space and, of course, you build an amazing patio. That's exactly what Ramsey Renno and Tyler Curran did when they opened The Ivy House and the Fernweh patio at 904 S. Barclay St.

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