I was as puzzled as anyone else when two identical property tax bills for 2020 arrived on the same day last week. Two questions came to mind. How did this happen and did this double the city’s cost? “Unfortunately, our print vendor experienced a technical difficulty with the print job when processing the city’s taxContinue reading “Duplicate Tax Bill Error”
Two ribbon cutting ceremonies happened at noon Saturday in front of the Kenosha Orpheum building downtown.Bellissima’s Boutique, 5821 6th Ave. and Kenosha Beauty Supply 5829 6th Ave. were neighboring businesses in the Uptown district before a fire to the Plous Brothers building put them out of business in early August. So their future plans suddenlyContinue reading “Uptown Businesses Reunite Downtown”
Kenosha Mayor John Antaramian (right) met with mural artists Karim Jabbari and Jaime Brown to thank them upon completion of a 25 X 90 foot mural on the east side of Kenosha Creative Space Wednesday at 624 57th St. Kinoje is the Ojibwe word for pike, the origin of our city’s name, Kenosha. The coupleContinue reading “KINOJE Mural”
Public Craft Brewing hosted a soft opening Friday night in its new location inside The Barden on the northeast corner of 7th Ave. and 58th St. A week long Grand Re-Opening will kick off Monday 9/28. Visit Public’s website or Facebook page for details and reservations.
Blue House Books’ Grand Re-Opening was a big hit downtown Saturday. You’ll find owner Samantha Jacquest there today (9/20) at 10 a.m. too. After operating as a pop-up bookstore for three years, Jacquest’s goal for a permanent location has been met at 5615 7th Ave.