Tuesday, February 26, 2013
The North Oakland Avenue British pub celebrated two years in Shorewood last weekend by having a little fun with the "Harlem Shake."
Three Lions Pub caught the "Harlem Shake" fever last weekend — on its birthday no less. The North Oakland Avenue British pub commemorated two years in Shorewood by having a little fun and joining the Internet meme. Harlem Shake is the latest Internet meme, "with people everywhere grabbing a bunch of friends, schoolmates, colleagues, or whomever, really, and having a 30-second dance extravaganza," as Slate put it. The Atlantic Wire also has a good run-down of the Harlem Shake. USA Today has an article explaining the key ingredients of a good Harlem Shake. Do we understand it? Not really. Are they funny to watch? Absolutely.
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
Shorewood High School carolers and McMenimen Irish Dancers are among the entertainment, organizers will offer holiday treats and say expect a jolly special guest.
Updated Wednesday Dec. 7, 11:33 a.m. Shorewood's Kensington Square will light up with holiday cheer Friday for the village's first ever Christmas tree lighting. It's scheduled for 7 p.m. at The Cornerstone patio, between North Star American Bistro and Thief Wine. "It's something that we see becoming a family, holiday tradition in Shorewood," said Lisa Downey with the Shorewood Business Improvement District. Shorewood High School carolers are among the entertainment, and a jolly special guest will light the tree. Goody Gourmets will offer complimentary popcorn, Indulgence Chocolatiers will provide free chocolate and North Star has the hot cocoa covered, Downey said. The tree was donated by Ideal Property Management, which manages the tree…
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Four new businesses will join Shorewood's Kensington Square as part of a new four-story development sprouting up across from Alterra.
Shorewood’s thriving Kensington Square district will soon welcome four more businesses with the Ravenna development nearing completion. Milwaukee developer WiRED Properties President Blair Williams said he expects the new four-story, apartment and retail development to open in early November. The businesses, which include Yo Mama, a frozen yogurt shop; Indulgence Chocolatiers, a Waukesha-based artisan chocolate wholesaler opening its first store; Elements East, which specializes in art, furniture and other accessories from Asia; and Performance Running, which will move from its temporary space in Shorewood at 4401 N. Oakland Ave. could start moving in as early as mid-October. Elements East will make the move from its Whitefish Bay location…