Talking Tosa: Everything You Want to Know About The Hartwork Project

Nestled in the heart of Wauwatosa Village is a 19.5-acre gem. Hart Park is a favorite destination for Tosans throughout the year, but this summer will bring something new to the space. A public art initiative known as the Hartwork Project recently launched with the goal to celebrate local artists and contribute to the vibrant […]

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Tosa’s Top Four: Best Brunches In Wauwatosa

From staples like eggs any way you like it and toast with just the right amount of butter to more inventive menu items, there’s just something Wauwatosa about brunch. Not to mention the options. There are donuts and pancakes and waffles and eggs benedict. There are some of the best Bloody Mary’s around. And there […]

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The Baker’s Dozen: Baking Essentials for Any Pantry

It’s different for everyone. That go-to comfort food that evokes all the feelings of being happy and being home. Whether you’re moving into an apartment for the first time or you’re an old pro, stocking the pantry is one of those things that comes with the new territory. Here’s how to stock your pantry with […]

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Tips and Tricks That Will Make Your Pillows Pop

It’s a lot less expensive than completely redoing a space, but that doesn’t make it any less effective. Whether it happens in the bedroom, living room or any other room in the house, adding the right splash of color or pizzazz can rejuvenate an otherwise tired space. It’s all about finding the right accents, like […]

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Small Business Spotlight: Irie Zulu in Wauwatosa

Culture and good food collide in a truly unique dining experience at Irie Zulu. That was the take from local Milwaukee foodie, Allie Valenzuela, who tried the restaurant with her husband after they fell in love with the sauces and rubs from the Wauwatosa Farmer’s Market. “I had the goat curry and it was excellent,” […]

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Three Ways to Make the Most of the Winter Weather in Wauwatosa

Most Wisconsinites know the snow and cold weather comes down to one thing: it’s all a matter of perspective. When it gets below 40 degrees in November, most of us grab out our winter coats, boots, hats, mittens and sweaters. And when it gets above 40 degrees in January, we dust off our flip flops. […]

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Tosa’s Top Four: Fitness Centers Near Wauwatosa

It’s happened to the best of us. Or at least it’s happened to the roughly 41 percent of Americans who routinely set new year’s resolutions. We go into it strong. We are going to lose weight. Work out more. Eat better. You know the drill. And that’s the good news. The bad news is, that […]

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Tosa’s Top Five: Holiday Date Ideas

It doesn’t matter if you still hear Santa’s bell or not – there’s just something magical about this time of year. From the gorgeous holiday lights throughout Tosa Village to the Christmas music that fills the stores at The Mayfair Collection, Wauwatosa is buzzing with the holiday spirit. And with only a few days until […]

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Small Business Spotlight: La Tarte

A local staple will be serving up a variety of beloved favorites on National Cookie Day, Monday, Dec. 4. Located in Tosa’s Hyde Park neighborhood at 6742 W. Wells St., La Tarte may specialize in pies, but it with cleverly named cookies like “Oh la la,” their menu has something for local cookie lovers to […]

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All Aboard! Canadian Pacific Holiday Train to Roll Through Wauwatosa Dec. 3

It was a frigid early December night last year as hundreds of people gathered close together to stay warm. Local restaurants were abuzz and holiday lights sparkled as families sipped hot cocoa and waited anxiously for the main event. And in just a few days, they’ll be doing it all over again. Why? Because for […]

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