For a year, we holed up, hiding from a killer virus. Without us, many public-facing businesses sputtered, and the Zoom era of office work is causing even more uncertainty. Some of these changes are here to stay, but which ones?
Could this be a sign that things could maybe … sorta … start to return to normal soon?
The crises, discord and pain of 2020 are well documented. But before we begin a new year, let’s look back at some of the good stories of the year that was.
The Bucks will play their first home-court game on Christmas.
To ensure patrons feel safe in their dining rooms this winter, restaurants are investing in virus-scrubbing tech and protocols.
Barotolotta Restaurants is reopening its Greendale supper club.
Thinking about trying out one of these outdoor dining experiences? Here’s what it’s like.
The Milwaukee Rep has had a Dickens of a time trying to find a way to bring live theater back to the city.
Downtown Milwaukee is decorating vacant storefronts to draw attention to availability and raise foot traffic.
Maybe you’ll fine a fun gift to put under the tree.