This Valentine-Themed event is planned by high school students...for high school students. Get to know students from other schools. Enjoy karoake, trivia with prizes, henna tattoos, and speed dating.
Friday, February 8, 2013
Friday, November 9, 2012
Support local businesses and get a jump start on holiday shopping.
Sunday, July 22, 2012
Have you been to Pack & Ship yet? Review and rate them on Patch!
Here at Fox Point-Bayside Patch, we're proud to acknowledge our neighbors in the business community. And that's why we're giving a big shout-out to one businesses that claimed their listings on Patch this week. Our newest claimed listing is from Pack & Ship. Pack & Ship is Bayside's own little, privately-owned post office. The owner, Rodney Hill, offers everything from post office-style locked boxes to greeting cards, hand-painted mail boxes and stamps. Previously titled, "Packaging and Shipping Specialists," they can pack and ship your precious cargo, promising to "add zip to your zip code." Are you ready to claim your listing? Claiming your listing on Patch shows readers you're watching the reviews that are posted, and that you're ready…
Friday, July 20, 2012
Check out pictures from the shopping center's first sidewalk sale!
Thursday, July 19, 2012
Event-goers will get to try all kinds of things from free samples of Vietnamese cuisine and Starbucks Refresher drinks, to getting travel and clothing discounts, fresh flower bouquet specials and more.
It's still a tough economy and that means it's even more important to shop local, small business owner, Ann Dueser, said. Her shop, Art Trooper, sits at the East end of Audubon Court and will be one of the many businesses participating in the shopping center's first sidewalk sale Friday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. "We don't have a retail association here, we don't have a Chamber, we don't really have any of that," Deuser said. "So, we thought as merchants, we could all work together and the first event we thought we'd try would be a sidewalk sale." Art Trooper will have discounted art activities for kids and Deuser said parents are welcome to drop off their "well-behaved" kids. Dueser said the goal is to get people to support their local, …
Monday, July 16, 2012
The Lift Pilates is offering free classes on Tuesday; Thursday, Doctors Park Friends will hold their regular monthly meeting to discuss Fall projects; Check out the first sidewalk sale ever at Audubon Court on Friday.
Who said nothing ever happens in Fox Point or Bayside — Patch certainly doesn't think so! Check out all the places to be, things to do and people to see as we look at the week ahead. Try it Tuesdays - Free CoreAlign and Mat Pilates Class Ever wanted to give CoreAlign or Pilates a try but were a bit concerned about the price? The Lift Pilates studio, located in Audubon Court, is offering Try it Tuesdays. Stop by the studio and try their CoreAlign class or mat pilates classes, for free on Tuesday through the end of August. Space is limited though, so please call ahead to save your spot, 414-751-8200 or email email@example.com. Doctors Park Friends Meeting Thursday Have you checked out the updates to the beach house at Doctors Park …
Wednesday, July 4, 2012
To spark conversation about changing America’s “national spirit,” the coffee giant will be handing out free drinks on Independence Day.
In a full-page ad in major Sunday newspapers, Starbucks CEO Harold Schultz said Starbucks will be handing out free cups of coffee on the Fourth of July, and for a good reason. The ad titled “How Can America Win This Election?” talks of the country’s dwindling national spirit and political divide. Shultz hopes that by offering the free Tall cup of brewed coffee, it’ll raise awareness for his campaign #INDIVISIBLE, a national conversation across all social media so “we can all put citizenship over partisanship.” “I love America, but we all know there is something wrong,” wrote Schultz. “The deficits this country must reconcile are much more than financial, and our inability to solve our own problems is sapping our national spirit. We are …
Saturday, May 26, 2012
Have you been to Art Trooper yet? Review and rate this business on Patch!
Here at Fox Point-Bayside Patch, we're proud to acknowledge our neighbors in the business community. And that's why we're giving a big shout-out to one businesses that claimed their listings on Patch this week. Our newest claimed listing is from Art Trooper. Art Trooper is a do-it-yourself art studio that welcomes walk-ins. Customers can create a variety of artistic projects including mosaics, paint-it-yourself pottery, clay building, jewelry making, and more. The studio is available for parties and offers art workshops. Party schedules can accommodate groups and clients with special hours as well. Events and classes include kids' dropoff, adult night and ice cream ceramics parties. Art-themed summer camp opportunities are available as …
Sunday, May 6, 2012
After following him and his female companion from North Avenue in Milwaukee, this 20-year-old got a disorderly conduct citation for trying to slap her ex-boyfriend in the face.
A 20-year-old Milwaukee woman got more than she bargained for early Sunday morning after she followed her ex-boyfriend from North Avenue in Milwaukee to Toppers Pizza in Fox Point to see who the man's female companion was. According to the report: At 2:30 a.m., Fox Point police received a call from a Topper's employee who said there were people fighting in the parking lot and they just got into separate cars and left quickly. A Bayside police officer saw one of the people matching the description from the employee head northbound on Port Washington Road. A Fox Point police officer noticed another car, matching the description of the other woman, heading northbound on Lake Drive. The Fox Point officer spoke with the driver, a 20-year-old …
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
Melting aluminum pot leaves smoke damage in Vietnamese restaurant in Bayside.
A new Bayside restaurant will remain closed until after Thanksgiving following an early-morning kitchen fire on Wednesday. Around 6 a.m., Bayside police responded to a burglar alarm at Pho Hai Tuyet II and saw a fire in the back by the kitchen. North Shore Fire Department Batallion Chief Pete Basulacchi said firefighters broke the front door to get into the restaurant and found a large soup pot in the kitchen that was burning on the stove. "It was aluminum, and the actual pan had broke and melted it got that hot," Busalacchi said. "There was no actual fire to extinguish, but there was smoke so we opened the doors and ventilated." "Nobody was here, there was just a lot of smoke but nothing burned," manager Michael Truong said. The …