Traverse the Hoan Bridge by bike at this annual Milwaukee cycling tradition.
In a city with so many great hours of happy, it’s easy to never venture beyond the ones we know and love. Here are a few Happy Hours that have popped up in the last year that are worth breaking your routine for.
If you haven’t been in a while, there’s a lot to see. A bunch of new businesses have popped up in the Third Ward in recent months.
Why get your own pet when you can find one at your local record store (or cafe, or hotel…)?
Nestled a short drive west of I-43 between Milwaukee and Sheboygan, Cedarburg feels much more removed than it really is. Its quaint downtown recalls beloved downtowns of yesteryear, which makes it seem a more distant place – and of a more distant time – than just a half-hour drive from Milwaukee or 45-minute jaunt from Sheboygan.
Its close proximity makes it a great candidate for an easy weekend getaway. Pack your bags and make your to-do list. Cedarburg awaits!
School’s out for summer. School’s out forever. Ok, not really. But summer can seem like forever when you’re trying to entertain restless kiddos. That’s why we’ve wrangled a list of great – and pretty affordable – options for spending some of those summer days. Now, all you have to do is wrangle the kids.
One Milwaukeean’s ideal itinerary for a day in Cream City.
Pack your bags – with your sunglasses, sandals and band tees – and head to Eau Claire the weekend of June 16 for the third year – dubbed “Troix” – of what’s becoming one of the most highly anticipated indie music festivals of summer.
Need a little culture in your life? In Milwaukee, we’re fortunate to be surrounded by world-class museums that captivate and inspire. No matter your tastes, there’s sure to be a flavor for you – whether its perusing paintings, taking a walk through the past and learning about our city’s history – or, maybe motorcycles are your thing (there’s a museum for that).
Sometimes you just don’t want to leave Fido at home. Thank goodness Milwaukee has plenty of great drinking and dining spots where dogs can be a part of the fun too, and your favorite four-legged companion can accompany you out for an afternoon beer.