A popular bakery in the Milwaukee Public Market expects to open its second location -- this one with a cafe serving breakfast all day -- in Mequon next week.
Owner Lisa Krum is putting the finishing touches on C. Adams Bakery and Logan's Cafe this week and next, and hopes to open by the end of next week at 10492 N. Port Washington Road in the Pavilions. It's in a freestanding building that also houses Einstein's Bagels.
Now that the midterm elections are over, it’s time to take a step back and see what happened. I always like to look how the endorsements of the Milwaukee JournalSentinel turned out. The editorial page is led by its left-leaning editor, O. Ricardo Pimentel, who you may recall has stated that he will never return to his home state of Arizona while the State attempts to identify illegal aliens and deport them back to their home countries. He and his merry men endorsed two Republicans and five Democrats in seven competitive races here in Wisconsin. That resulted in three wins and four losses -- not too bad!
Topping the list of winning Republican endorsements was Scott Walker for governor. One could be a little suspicious about this endorsement as a desire to get the only elected Republican in office in Milwaukee County out of town so that the County Executive’s position can be filled by a liberal Democrat who knows how to raise taxes and drive business from the County. At the same time, it keeps Tom Barrett as Milwaukee’s Mayor and one who knows how to raise taxes and drive jobs out of the City.
The students in kindergarten through 3rd grade at the Thiensville campus of Lumen Christi Catholic School received a special "treat" as part of their Halloween festivities this year. The Hallow's Eve Carnival was put on by the Faith Builders Club from the Lumen Christi Mequon campus. This group of 12 middle school students works to enhance their religious education by serving others through extracurricular activities. The Hallow's Eve Carnival was the group's first project of the year. Each student represented a holy man or woman from the Bible and designed a carnival activity that correlated with the role of the holy person in the Bible. It was a very fun event that brought in the religious meaning of Halloween for these young students.
Beginning Friday, Nov. 12, 2010 all golfers pay the following rates every day of the week:
Brown Deer 9 Holes - $13.00 18 Holes - $25.00
FREE PICS WITH SANTA!
On Saturday, November 13, all adopters can have a free candid picture with Santa taken with their new companion animal between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m! For a $10 donation, you can bring your own dog, too.
Story Time: Tails and Tales
What is your plan for maintaining and not gaining weight over the next few months? If you are like the rest of us, you will probably put on a few pounds from all the holiday festivities and feasts. And, unfortunately, those few pounds will probably stick with us until the next holidays when we add a couple more. Thus begins the self-destructive cycle.
But, guess what? It doesn’t have to be that way. Make a personal pledge now to “Maintain Don’t Gain” during the weeks between Thanksgiving and New Years. That’s only six short weeks and something we can all do if we set our minds to it.
Good luck to the local high school football teams as Waukesha West, Waukesha Catholic Memorial and Cedarburg go for the championships in their respective divisions on Friday.
With turkey day fast approaching here are some things to keep in mind for pairing beers with your food menus.
Eddie is a happy 7-month-old Australian Cattle Dog/Bull Terrier mix who is looking for a new home.
This Thursday evening Dec. 2nd from 6:30pm to 8:30pm, Music Under Glass at the Mitchell Park Domes, 524 S. Layton Boulevard, ph. (414) 649-9830 is pleased to present live, Streetlife with Warren Wiegratz, a very popular band perfoming a unique blend of R&B, Smooth Jazz and Contemporary styles. They have been honored with many nominations and awards at the Wisconsin Area Music Industry Awards (WAMI) including "Best Adult Contemporary Group" and "Best Contemporary Jazz Group" in Wisconsin. Purchase tickets at the door. Adults - $6.50, Children ages 6-17 - $5.00 and Milwaukee County Seniors ages 60+ are $5.00 Catered food and beverages available for sale. All three domes open with the Christmas Show, "Frosty Fable" featured in the Show Dome. The Dome's Gift Shop is a great place to pick up some high quality , unique and even exotic gifts.
Visit one of our Milwaukee County Park Holiday Kiosks now conveniently located in Mayfair, Southridge and Brookfield Square Malls.
For the Golf Lover - Get memberships, junior passes, package deals, discount cards and gift certificates. Get $20 of free golf with the purchase of $100 gift card.