Wednesday, January 2, 2013
Coldwater Creek will close Jan. 6, and Express is expected to arrive sometime in spring.
Express will open its fourth Milwaukee location at Bayshore Town Center, in the space currently occupied by Coldwater Creek. Coldwater Creek, a women's clothing store, will close after its last day on Jan. 6, according to a sign at the store. The store is currently holding a sale, advertising up to 60 percent off on select merchandise. Coldwater Creek customers can continue to shop at the Mayfair Mall location. Mall officials told Patch that Express – which also has locations at Mayfair Mall, Southridge Mall and Brookfield Square Mall – will open sometime in the spring. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is reporting that Coldwater Creek posted a $61.8 million loss for the first three quarters of 2012 in its latest financial report and an $86.…
Friday, September 7, 2012
I-Team reporter Rob Koebel accused of swearing at police and asking "Do you know who you're messing with?" after he was caught urinating outside of the Apple store.
(Update: Steve Wexler, the general manager of WTMJ-TV, told Jim Romenesko that Koebel is no longer with the station.) A local television reporter was cited for disorderly conduct when he became belligerent with police after being caught urinating outside of the Apple store at Bayshore Mall. According to the Glendale police report: A Bayshore security guard caught Rob Koebel, 41, urinating outside of the Apple store at 10:11 p.m. Aug. 21. Koebel, an investigative reporter with TMJ4's I-Team, lives in an apartment above the Apple store. The security guard told police he saw Koebel and his friend, a 52-year-old man, leave Bar Louie on their way back to their apartments. The friend told police Koebel had been drinking. When Koebel started …
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Under an understanding between the mall, Glendale and the ACLU, those seeking to exercise free speech rights can do so on the sidewalks bordering the mall. However, the mall's no soliciting ordinance still applies to its interior sidewalks.
Petitioners and protesters can take to sidewalks bordering Bayshore Town Center again after an understanding was reached among the mall, City of Glendale and the American Civil Liberties Union of Wisconsin on Tuesday. In separate incidents last fall, mall security told petitioners to leave the sidewalks surrounding the mall and another man protesting Trader Joe's was arrested and cited for trespassing by Glendale police. Capt. Mark Ferguson of the Glendale Police Department said the understanding is limited to the sidewalks bordering Bayshore, including North Port Washington Road, East Silver Spring Drive and North Lydell Avenue, and doesn't include the sidewalks lining the interior of the mall center. "There has always been some …
Thursday, May 17, 2012
The farm stand will open in the mall's Town Square area June 14. The stand will be open all year long, moving inside to the J-Shore storefront in the colder months.
Beginning June 14, the Harry & Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center, Bayshore Town Center and Growing Power will be working together to bring a farm stand to Bayshore Town Center. Growing Power is a national nonprofit organization and land trust supporting people from diverse backgrounds, and the environments in which they live. Growing Power helps provide equal access to healthy, high-quality, safe and affordable food for people in all communities. The farm stand will also offer educational mini-workshops throughout the year. “It’s another perfect partnership,” said Dana Emold, the JCC’s Bayshore Project Manager. “We’re very excited to be working with Growing Power and its nationally recognized CEO, Will Allen. He’s inspiring for …
Saturday, October 29, 2011
Bayshore hosted a trick-or-treat event, fully loaded with carriage rides, a creepy town center and more.
Hundreds of children and their families flocked to Bayshore Mall Friday for their fifth annual Great Pumpkin Event. Children under 12 years old were able to pick out a free pumpkin and many stores participated in the trick-or-treat activities. There was also free coffee and cider from Caribou Coffee as well as free horse-drawn carriage rides through the Town Center. Although there were many unique costumes, the most popular was Spider Man, Star Wars characters and princesses.
Sunday, July 31, 2011
Officers from five department look for thief before he's apprehended in Whitefish Bay.
A 17-year-old Milwaukee teen thought he could trade up his stolen bike for another. Little did he know that five North Shore police departments would work together, chasing him through two villages before getting both bikes back to their respective owners. While officers were in route to a home in the 6400 block of North Berkeley Blvd. for a burglary call, around 12:35 a.m. July 19, they noticed a teenager riding a bicycle east on School Road and then turning north onto the 6400 block of North Santa Monica Blvd. According to the report: When officers arrived on scene, they found the garage door open and two vehicles parked inside. There was also a bicycle lying in the driveway about six feet from the garage door. When the met the homeowner…