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Anodyne Coffee Roasting Co.

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Photo Credit: Danielle Burren-Charles

Singer-songwriter Caley Conway performs at Anodyne Coffee Roasting Co. in Walker’s Point on Nov. 15. Read more

Local Music

Anodyne Coffee was the site for remembering a prominent Milwaukee activist-musician. Read more

Concert Reviews

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Photo Credit: Diane Poole

The Hawaiian roots of this populist instrument are honored in a day-long event. Read more

Local Music

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Local acts Negative/Positive and LUXI brought varied personalities to the Walker’s Point Anodyne Coffee scene. Read more

Concert Reviews

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Operating in the Arts@Large gallery, the Arts@Large Café offers fresh sandwiches and coffee. Read more

Short Order

Anodyne Coffee was the site of an intimate concert of Americana music. Read more

Concert Reviews

Madison Slim, Jim Liban and James Harman gave a concert of cathartic bluesy joy. Read more

Concert Reviews

Singer, songwriter, performer, recorder and producer Joseph Huber celebrates the release of his latest album, Moondog, with a show at Anodyne Coffee’s Walker’s Point Roastery on Aug. 1 with Driveway Thriftdwellers. Read more

Local Music

The week leading up to Summerfest’s first act includes performances by the New Rhythm and Blues Quartet, The Minus 5 and Viento Callejero. Read more

This Week in Milwaukee

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Photo Credit: Walter Salas-Humara

Walter Salas-Humara kept it casual at Anodyne performance. Read more

Concert Reviews

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Photo credit: Patrick Manning / Manning Photography

Roast Coffee Company continues to thrive, now celebrating 15 years in business. Owner Ryan Mason, who attended UW-Milwaukee, opened his café in a former framing shop in 2004. Read more

Eat/Drink

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For those of us who measured a trip to Rome in the number of meals and not nights, she suddenly appeared to be a necessary kind of authority figure. Read more

Eat/Drink

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Elton John brings his “Farewell Yellow Brick Road” tour to Milwaukee’s Fiserv Forum—a highlight of music events this week in Milwaukee. Read more

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Mequon’s new Spur 16 will feature a public market with some of Milwaukee’s most renowned restaurants, a St. Paul Fish Company location and a summer farmers’ market. Read more

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Milwaukee ensemble New Vintage Frets performs repertoire from a time when mandolin music was a national craze that firmly took root in Milwaukee. Read more

Concert Reviews

Though the square-cut, cracker-crust pizza will probably never be totally abandoned, Milwaukeeans can’t seem to get enough other styles recently, especially Neapolitan. Read more

Dining Out

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Roasters such as Valentine Coffee, Hawthorne and others have created delightful mash-ups of coffee shop-meets-bar ambiances. Read more

Java Journal

Dear Ruthie gives helpful advice to a reader thinking about quitting drag and shares her social calendar of events of interest to members of Milwaukee’s LGBTQ community. Read more

Dear Ruthie

Ruthie encourages readers with the motto from her new YouTube series “Camp Wannakiki”—“Amp up your camp!” Read more

Dear Ruthie

Walking into Avenue Coffeehouse (911 Milwaukee Ave., South Milwaukee) is like visiting the home of that cool artist friend or relative. Read more

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