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1. Club Sugar: A new club that opened in the spring of 2007 to help cater to the under-served market of young adult nightlife. Clu...  
2. ComedySportz: The world's longest running improv comedy Club, ComedySportz started right here in Milwaukee 25 years ago, and has ...
3. Water Street: Water Street is the main north/south street running through downtown Milwaukee. When one refers to "Water Street",...  
4. ZMF: WZMF - Popular "Progress Rock" or “underground” music radio station in the 1970's. The studio was located in Menomo...
5. Jumpin' Jive Club Swing Dance: Milwaukee's Best Swing Dancing! Classes and Open Dancing many nights a week. Only $6 a lesson and they teach you SO...
6. Rave, The: One of the best music venues in Milwaukee. Originally called the Eagles Club, this structure was built in 1926 as a...
7. Bradley Center: This huge arena hosts the Milwaukee Bucks, Marquette basketball, Admiral Hockey, and large music events.  
8. Riverside Theater: This music-venue and historical landmark hosts awesome bands, but ones that wouldn't fill one of the bigger stadium...
9. Pabst, The: A great indoor concert venue. Built back in 1895, and recognized as a historical landmark, the now several times r...  
10. Hi Hat Lounge & Garage: It's like one bar split into two totally different places. HiHat is cozy, and The Garage is more geared toward the...
11. Astor Theater
12. Highbury, The: Milwaukee's best Soccer bar. Known for "I opened the Highbury" bumperstickers. Show up at 6:30 am on a Saturday or ...  
13. Milwaukee Wave: Mostly an indoor soccer team, and a few seasons with an outdoor team as well, the Milwaukee Wave has been in Milwau...  
14. Vega Star, The  
15. Pabst, The: When someone from Milwaukee refers to "The Pabst", they are generally referring to the Pabst Theater, rather than t...  
 
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