A custom-designed Historic Third Ward condo combines sleek lines, high-end amenities and endless city views.
As if the tender kalua pulled pork and sweet carrot-pineapple slaw weren’t enough reason to stop at Ono Kine Grindz, the East Tosa restaurant also serves a Hawaiian version of ramen called saimin. “It literally means ‘little noodles’ — ‘min’ is noodle, ‘sai’ is little,’” says co-owner David Lau.
Twenty years after the North Avenue Dam’s removal, conservationists look back on what worked in restoring the Milwaukee River and its surrounding green space, and why engaging the community in these efforts is more important than ever.
In the spirit of summer Fridays and long weekends, we asked three local writers to compile a full-day itinerary for exploring their side of town. The result is a three-day guide to enjoying the greater Milwaukee area, from the rolling hills of Lake Country and the North Shore’s picturesque coastline to the ever-growing culinary mecca that is downtown and its surrounding neighbors.