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The Economist

The Flourishing Midwest

July 19, 2018

"Wisconsin’s biggest city was prosperous before, thanks to German brewers such as Schlitz, Pabst and Miller, a thriving tannery industry and a bustling port on the shores of Lake Michigan."

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Vogue

Why Milwaukee is the Midwests Coolest City

July 1o, 2018

"Amidst the steep bluffs of southeastern Wisconsin, in a shallow valley where three rivers join before flowing into Lake Michigan, lies an unexpected gem."

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Wine Enthusiast

Explore the Lakefront City of Milwaukee

July 3, 2018

"Forget what you think you know about Milwaukee. The Dairy State’s largest city may cling to its cheese-y heritage, but it’s about more than brats and Miller beer, brewed here since 1855."

 

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USA Today

Milwaukee Breweries from Classic to Craft

June 6, 2018

"A beer-making (and drinking) tradition that spans more than 175 years has earned Milwaukee the nickname Brew City."

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Chicago Tribune

Milwaukee pours on the old style at these 7 neighborhood taverns

March 13, 2018

"Long before trendy gastropubs, tony taprooms and multiscreen sports bars, drinkers imbibed at the neighborhood tavern. That still happens in “Brew City” Milwaukee, whose oldest bars may lack frills and hype but make up for it with quirks and personality."

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Travel + Leisure

The Best Places to Travel in the U.S. in January

January 3, 2018

"Milwaukee is no longer just a weekend escape for residents of Chicago. The beer-famous city has been growing in popularity, and January is the perfect time to go."

 

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The New York Times

In the Heart of Milwaukee, a Gleaming Tower Leads an Urban Renewal

October 9, 2017

"The skyline of this Great Lakes city is getting a makeover, led by a tower that unfurls like a magnificent curved glass sail on the Lake Michigan shoreline. Northwestern Mutual’s striking $450 million, 32-story glass-and-steel office tower, which opened in August, is helping to reshape the city."

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The Huffington Post

The Rise And Rise Of America’s Best-Kept Secret

October 9, 2017

"Harleys. Cheeseheads. Packers. Beer. Maybe even hard-working people with Midwest values. That’s what you might hear when you tell people you live in Milwaukee. Or you did. Now, increasingly, it’s changing." 

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The Washington Post

You're Going Where? Milwaukee​

August 9, 2017

"Wisconsin’s largest city welcomes visitors with lake views, stellar food, never-ending brews and a hearty dose of Midwestern niceness."

 

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Chicago Tribune

Milwaukee's ‘Gallery Night & Day’ shows off city's vibrant art scene

September 20, 2017

“Wisconsin’s largest city has many charms: Summerfest, a less crowded lakefront, beer. More beer. But Brew City has a seriously good art scene, too, and it knows how to show it off during Gallery Night and Day.”

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Travelocity

7 Insanely fun things you didn't know you could do in Milwaukee

September 07, 2017

“With its vibrant food scene and envious location on the shores of Lake Michigan, Milwaukee has the charm that some other larger cities are lacking….If Milwaukee is not already on your radar, it should be! This city is constantly evolving, so there’s no time like the present for a visit.”

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Midwest Living

Urban Hike Through Milwaukee

September 01, 2017

“A 9-mile trek through Milwaukee takes you to the public market, wooded paths, historic homes, public art, lakeside bluffs—and lots of stairs.

This route has it all…While it takes you through the heart of the city, you’ll also experience woodlands, wildflowers and seabirds.

It should take about 4.5 hours to do this hike with stops along the way."

 

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