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Crowdfunding Campaign to Bring Bublr Bikes to Riverwest

That's right! It's no surprise that Bublr Bikes have been popping up all over Milwaukee, but there is a lack of them in Riverwest. The bike friendly community has recognized this and is now funding to make it happen. Company Brewing will being hosting a kickoff event for the bikes on October 19th...
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How to Wear Your High Heels 4Xs Longer Without Pain

The first scientifically-proven way to prevent foot pain in heels is here! Milwaukee's Abby Walker is the founder of Vivian Lou, an insole that actually works and allows a person to wear their heels four times longer without foot pain. This is not like the typical insole that women try that simply...
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Kitten Yoga is in Milwaukee!

That's right cat lovers! Now you can do yoga with kittens! Happy Tails Pet Training, in Greenfield, is offering a kitten yoga class taught by Suzy Melott. The cats in the class come from Happy Tails Pet Shelter, which is one of the oldest no kill pet shelters in Milwaukee. They hope that the...
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Turner Hall Hosts Concert to Benefit Both Hurricane and Earthquake Victims in Puerto Rico and Mexico

This is a great way to give back! A benefit concert at Turner Hall will take place on Sunday, Oct. 15th at 5p.m. The event is hosted by the United Community Center, Latino Arts Inc., the Pabst Theater Group and others. The name of the event is Los Sonidos Unidos. It will feature music from the...
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Beer Tasting and Zoo Animals? Check Out the Zoo Brew!

A beer tasting fundraiser is to coming to the Milwaukee County Zoo! This Thursday October 5th. With 25 different breweries and over 18 different food vendors to sample, Milwaukee's zoo would like to present this years Zoo Brew. The Zoo Brew is an event that raises money for Milwaukee's Zoological...
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Milwaukee's Boys and Girls Club is Scheduled to Reopen!

Such good news! Many people are aware of the influence Milwaukee's Boys and Girls has on the community. They are an amazing organization that helps kids and teens developed essential skills and create lasting relationships. Unfortunately the club on Milwaukee's North Side closed earlier this year...
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Fire Department Keeps Homecoming Dance Going After Power Outage

No power? No problem. Saturday night Whitnall High School, in Greenfield, lost power in the middle of their homecoming dance! That's when Greenfield's Fire Department came in to the rescue. The Fire Department brought in generators to keep the music going and even to light up the dance and hallways...
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Crowds Gather as Walkers Point Adds a Little Color to the City

Walker's Point is lighting up the sky! A beautiful mosaic watertower now sits atop the 100-year-old Coakley Brothers building in Walker's Point. Crowds gathered to watch the delicate sculpture be hoisted to the top of the building yesterday morning. The unique piece of work was created by a...
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Once a Normal Alleyway is Now a Must See for Doors Open Milwaukee 2017

We love this! Black Cat Alley is a project that was put into place last year and premiered at last year's Doors Open Milwaukee. This is a project that took a once boring trash filled alleyway and turned it into a beautiful artistic destination spot. The alley features over 11,000 square feet of...
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MKE Brewing Co. Repurposes Vacant Pabst Distribution Center

MKE Brewing Company is moving downtown! With the numerous restaurants and apartment complexes popping up all around the new Bucks Arena, Milwaukee Brewing Company saw an opportunity. They decided to take one of the old Pabst Brewery shipping facilities and bring it back to life. The building is...
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