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After hourslong public hearing, cabaret license changes sent back to City Council for approval

Ald. Anthony Kennedy, who serves on the Licenses and Permits Committee, speaks at a Kenosha Tavern League meeting last month. Photo by Daniel Thompson/The Uptown Observer. KENOSHA ⏤ After hours of public comment, the Licenses and Permits Committee sent changes to cabaret licenses back to the City Council. The City Council will next consider the […]

Posted inCultureRacine Guide

The Buzz: Harley-Davidson, The Upside, Theatre, and Valentine’s Day

Keep up to date with your favorite businesses, learn about events and special deals at The Buzz, Racine County Eye’s newest twice-weekly column. Business Spotlight The House of Harley-Davidson is getting a facelift to accommodated more offerings. Right now the dealership is only 14,000 sq.ft. and the new building, in a new location, will be […]

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Salmon-A-Rama is “The Big One”

Salmon-A-Rama, one of Lake Michigan’s biggest annual fishing tournaments, opens at 12:01 a.m. Saturday and runs until 11 a.m. Sunday, July 17. This derby-style contest covers the entire lake and offers competition (and cash prizes) in nine divisions. The tournament headquarters in the ReefPoint Marina parking lot, 2 Christopher Columbus Causeway, is an exciting place […]

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It’s Party Time!!

Who doesn’t like a party? This Saturday promises a big one — Party on the Pavement in Downtown Racine. This weekend, you’ll also find fascinating art, live theater, yo-yos and a chance to visit history. Real Racine has your weekend covered with these ideas. Come and party! Racine’s largest street festival is here at last. […]