No matter the season, Wauwatosa’s charming Village is a fantastic destination to meet friends for drinks or lunch, pick up a last-minute gift at an indie retailer, or bring the kids to a festival, farmers market or outdoor concert.
Local neighborhoods are finding creative ways to stick together during social distancing – even if it is from afar.
A new park and a space for public events – along with housing and offices – aim to turn around a stretch of Milwaukee River frontage.
After almost eight decades as a Milwaukee County historical site, the 175-year-old Lowell Damon House is under private ownership.
There’s a lot to explore in this suburb.
There is so much to see and do just, starting on Washington Avenue. Here are a few can’t-miss spots:
Thinking of visiting Brookfield? Here’s what you need to know.
Commerce Street is a fun little squiggle at the bottom of the Milwaukee River valley not quite Riverwest (although it mostly is, technically), not quite Brady Street and definitely not Downtown.
What to do and where to go on the easternmost stretch of bustling North Ave.
Volunteer interior designers will plan and execute the youth shelter’s renovation; suppliers and contractors will donate materials, labor and furniture.