Bartolotta’s Lake Park Bistro, Milwaukee, Wisconsin What It’s Like: On a bluff high above Lake Michigan, Lake Park Bistro serves sophisticated but unfussy French fare under the guidance of executive chef Adam Siegel, winner of the prestigious 2008 James Beard Award for Best Chef in the Midwest. While the elegant back dining room offers breathtaking views of Lake Michigan, the Bistro's high-energy bar in the middle of the restaurant offers the full menu and lively discussions.
Milwaukee Police said six protesters were arrested Thursday night at a rally for Dontre Hamilton in Red Arrow Park for using voice amplification equipment. Nate Hamilton, Dontre’s brother, Jennifer Epps-Addison, executive director of Wisconsin Jobs Now, and two individuals who were targeted by police late last year for organizing protests in Milwaukee’s central city were among the arrestees. Milwaukee Police Chief Ed Flynn said the protesters did not have a permit.
Liberace AKA Wladziu Valentino Liberace Born: 16-May-1919 Birthplace: West Allis, WI Died: 4-Feb-1987 Location of death: Palm Springs, CA Cause of death: AIDS Remains: Buried, Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Hollywood Hills, CA Gender: Male Race or Ethnicity: White Sexual orientation: Gay Occupation: Pianist Nationality: United States Executive summary: Rhinestoned pianist
Hank the Dog heading to Milwaukee, remaining part of Brewers family
La Chèvre d’Or, Eze, France The view: High above the Mediterranean in the medieval hilltop village of Eze, the restaurant of the hotel Chateau de la Chevre d’Or offers one of the most spectacular views along the Cote d’Azur. Diners look down over tiled rooftops onto St.-Jean-Cap-Ferrat’s luxury villas and yachts bobbing on the mottled blue sea.
Le Jules Verne, Paris The View: From its perch on the Eiffel Tower’s second level, 410 feet above the ground, Le Jules Verne offers expansive views of the City of Light. Look out of bay windows over wide boulevards and slate gray rooftops at lunchtime, or go in the evening to see Paris’s twinkling lights.