Retail/Restaurants

More than 2.1 million pounds of gently used clothing and textiles collected during the Spring Bon-Ton Goodwill Sale will enable Goodwill stores to significantly ramp up its employment placement and training services.
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Judy Van Berkel said an extensive knowledge of tea is akin to having a knowledge of wines, citing the vast number of teas and differences based on where tea leaves are grown.
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Talented cooks with an inspired food or beverage business concept or early stage business are invited to enter this year's Hottest Kitchen Entrepreneur Challenge, a regional contest to find Wisconsin's next great food entrepreneur. The challenge is sponsored by Milwaukee Area Technical College; Reliable Water Services, a statewide provider of commercial water heaters, boilers and water softeners; and FaB Wisconsin, the state's food and beverage industry cluster network.
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Sofas, end tables, dishwashers, flat-screen televisions and mattresses have returned to a familiar spot along the Beltline near Todd Drive.
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Two new small businesses started up in March in Kimberly with the goal to serve specific audiences.
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Onalaska-based Festival Foods is poised to make a new home out of the former Kmart site at 2233 Humes Road.
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The Crush wine bar and shop will have a grand opening in downtown Waukesha on Friday, April 17, at 4 p.m.
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When the Badgers win, so do sports bars.
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Close to 50 of Milwaukee’s top dining spots will offer patrons special meal deals during the 10th annual Downtown Dining Week, scheduled to run June 4-11.
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Holey Moley will dedicate its doughnuts to a community cause next month as it supports United Performing Arts Fund’s 2015 campaign through an initiative dubbed “The DOUGHnate to the Performing Arts” program.
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