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Summer Reading: 5 books by writers making appearances here
On May 26, we're publishing our Summer Reading preview in the Journal Sentinel's Sunday Cue section and at TapMilwaukee.com, with dozens of suggestions for your enjoyment.
Mon May 20, 2013
names Myrah interim superintendent
Effective July 1, current Curriculum and Instruction Director Laura Myrah will serve as interim superintendent, according to a district news release.
Sun May 19, 2013
New Tapas Restaurant Coming; Calderone Club Opens Shorewood Location
If you love food and exploring new places to eat, or want to find out what eateries are coming and going, we have latest restaurant and other "foodie" news from throughout the Milwaukee area.
Hundreds 'Run the Bay' for Whitefish Bay Schools
Families flocked to Whitefish Bay High School Saturday morning for the seventh annual Run the Bay event.
Sat May 18, 2013
Our favorite shops
Shopping habits are changing, and as Milwaukee's retail landscape continues to evolve OnMilwaukee.com is pulling out the credit card for a full week of retail, shopping and commerce content.
Fri May 17, 2013
Whitefish Bay Says 'Thank You' To Their Police Officers
With this week being Police Week , a number of Whitefish Bay's community members have offered their heartfelt thanks to the men in blue this week.
Booze, Adderall Found in Drunk Driver's Car, Police Say
A drunk driver could face state charges for allegedly driving drunk down Hampton Road last week with a cup full of booze and Adderall in her purse.
Running Club Gaining Mileage at Richards School
Believe it or not, there is a very good explanation behind the dozens of little ones running all over the streets of Whitefish Bay lately.
Milwaukee Courier Online
The Skylight Music Theatre features native talent
Local theatergoers will have the pleasure of witnessing Milwaukee native Nathaniel Stampley perform during the Gershwins' Porgy and Bess at the Skylight Music Theatre between May 17th and June 9th.
Nicolet Softball Ranked Fourth in Conference
Nicolet was unable to hold off the Whitefish Bay Blue Dukes in North Shore Conference softball action in Whitefish Bay Monday night.With the 10-0 loss, the Lady Knights drop to a 7-7 record in the North Shore Conference, and a 10-12 record overall.
Gwen Moore Appears on The Colbert Report
U.S. Rep. Gwen Moore is the latest politician to take a political risk and appear on The Colbert Report with comedian Stephen Colbert .
Wed May 15, 2013
Vinamo Wine And Tapas Slated for August Opening in Whitefish Bay
Vinamo, a new wine and tapas restaurant, is expected to open sometime in August.
Tue May 14, 2013
Sunny, warm weather ahead, threat of rain for weekend
Dramatic warm-up will occur on schedule today. However, curb your enthusiasm if you'll be within a few miles of Lake Michigan.
Ruhama's Closing after 5 Decades in Whitefish Bay
After 52 years in business, Ruhama's Yarn and Needlepoint is closing its doors. Store owner Dawn Slugg has been planning to retire for several years, but she was hoping to sell the store to one of two potential buyers.
Vinamo, a wine bar with small plates, to open in Whitefish Bay in August
When Rosemarie Niles opened a frozen yogurt shop with her husband in DeLand, Fla., last year, she soon discovered the tapas place across the street and the wine bar next door.
Mon May 13, 2013
Whitefish Bay to seek Bird City USA designation
Whitefish Bay is the latest community in Wisconsin looking to become a Bird City USA community, with backing by the Whitefish Bay Garden Club and Whitefish Bay Civic Foundation.
Village Pub Owner Throwing Party Thursday, Celebrating 7 Years in Shorewood
Even though the Village Pub and Grill has been a Shorewood stable for decades, Thursday marks seven years at the helm and behind the bar for owner Dennis Cox.
Whitefish Bay superintendent resigns
Superintendent Mary Gavigan has announced she will be leaving the district in favor of an executive director post at the Cooperative Educational Service Agency.
Superintendent Gavigan to Resign From Whitefish Bay Schools
Whitefish Bay Superintendent Mary Gavigan will leave the school district to pursue a new position with a statewide education agency.
Retirees reflect on changes in education
The end of the school year often means impending change, reaching milestones, reflecting on the past and looking to the future.