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The Milwaukee Admirals are a professional ice hockey team in the American Hockey League. in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Old School Shirts has immortalized the Admirals' vintage logo from 1977 to 1981.
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Milwaukee, Wisconsin's fiercest feline weatherman was Albert the Alley Cat. The man behind the cat was Jack DuBlon, who had a career spanning decades of television on TV6.
The Boy Blue chain of soft-serve stands was a Milwaukee institution for many years, from the 1950's until the 1990's with the chains started to disappear.
Defend the galaxy and the World Series in this unique Brewers Trooper mashup design.
The first Captain's Steak Joynt opened in 1969 as Marc's Steakhouse in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. By the mid-1980s, the chain was at its peak with 11 restaurants throughout the state. The name...
As Squints said it best in The Sandlot, live and die Milwaukee FOR-EV-ER!
Everyone from Milwaukee remembers Irv, the working man's friend!
Inspired by the Milwaukee set show, Laverne & Shirley in 1979, actors Michael McKean and David Lander created the album Lenny and the Squigtones, performed in character, featuring mainly original songs penned by McKean....
Wisconsin proud, Milwaukee made.
Milway in Milwaukee was a treasured Wisconsin institution.
More-Way was Milwaukee, Wisconsin's favorite discount department store.
Secret Stadium Sauce is a condiment found only at Milwaukee Brewers baseball games in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and served on hot dogs and brats at Miller Park.
Remember the sweet taste of Snirkles? A popular Midwest caramel candy that can be best remembered as spiral, caramel bulls-eyes. And they were only 5 cents a piece!
The Tuxedo Bar was a nightly go-to for the locals, natives and visitors of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
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