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Sunday Sound-off: What do you love about Milwaukee?
Valentine's Day is Tuesday, so if you aren't sick of all the fuzzy bears and "I Heart You's," you will be very soon. But before it gets to that point, we want to know what it is you love about Milwaukee. Also, your thoughts are being a local artist.

OnMilwaukee.com movie update: Feb. 11-12, 2006
"Curious George" arrives with Tom Hanks as The Man in the Yellow Hat and "Imagine Me and You" also opens. But many people are waiting to see how Steve Martin does as Inspector Clouseau in yet another version of "The Pink Panther."

"Mutants with attitude" spin at Sven's
Bradley Burns -- and his toy mutants -- will spin 78s on his Hamilton Mighty 920 portable sound system a couple of Sunday nights a month at Sven's Caf. The next gig is Sun., Feb. 12 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Oh, and it's free.

Gran blog Torino 2006
Welcome to OnMilwaukee.com's Gran blog Torino 2006, where you can read postings by a group of writers in Milwaukee, Torino and Pinerolo during the 2006 Winter Olympics. We'll talk a little about sports, but also about the vibe surrounding the games and more.

OMC Weekend Preview: Feb. 10-12, 2006
It's All Star Weekend in Milwaukee as the indoor soccer world comes to town. Also ... "Urban Prog," a hairy Admirals game, Star Jones, Stefon Harris, NIN, Martini Fest, Great Lakes Family Pet Expo, Sevendust, Home Improvement Show and much more.

Milwaukee soon to have "Design Within Reach"
There will soon be "Design Within Reach" in the Milwaukee area. The furniture store, which first opened in San Francisco, Calif., is planning to open a Third Ward location -- the chain's first in Wisconsin.

Flux designing Sash supper club
Corey Smith has purchased two side-by-side vacant properties along King Drive between North and Garfield Avenues and plans to open Sash, a supper club, at 2213 N. King Dr.

"Curious George" takes a backseat to Ferrell's Ted
A little mischievous monkey worked his way into the hearts of many, now he's worked his way onto the big screen. Imagine Entertainment and Universal Pictures banded together to give George a new playground. "Curious George" opens everywhere Friday, Feb. 10.

Marah bills themselves as "the last rock and roll band"
Thursday night at Mad Planet, Marah once again proved that they are more than worthy of the title and they showed why they have caught the attention of other great rockers, not the least of whom is Bruce Springsteen.

"The Play About the Baby" rocks the Boulevard
The Boulevard Ensemble has successfully produced one of the most challenging plays ever seen. Edward Albee's "The Play About the Baby" demands an exceptional level of fortitude -- not only from the actors, but the audience as well.

Irock Z motors along
With a brand of sledgehammer rock that can enthrall and frighten, Irock Z is what Milwaukee music should be about: dirty, blistering, and unapologetic. The band plays the Highbury Pub in Bay View Feb. 11 at 9 p.m. with Nuna and Dirty Paws.

Milwaukee flower shop guide
This Valentine's Day finding the right flowers could be the gift that helps make you a star. Luckily, there are plenty of helpful florists in and around Milwaukee and ready and waiting to create floral arrangements that are sure to please.

Milwaukee is breathtaking, but in a bad way
While we can breathe easily knowing that Scranton, Pa. is the worst American city for asthma sufferers, according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, we can't help but gasp at the knowledge that Milwaukee is fifth out of 100 cities on the 2006 Asthma Capitals list.

Alcoholic drinks largely absent in Brew City bars
Brew City has lots of non-beer beverage options -- from fancy wine to rip-roaring Red Bull mixers -- but there are plenty of potent potables that, to our knowledge, are yet to sweat on Milwaukee bar tops.

100 romantic things to do in Milwaukee
Need a little something to spice up your love life? How about 100 things? We've done the work for you, Romeo and/or Juiet. Enjoy another long list of Milwaukee's best.

Crush Kill Destroy leaves it open to interpretation
Crush Kill Destroy will tell you that its new CD, "Metric Midnight," is coming out on Valentines's Day, but that it's merely coincidental. The band'll tell you that it's playing at UWM's 8th Note on Feb. 11. The members also might mention that they're Lou Reed fans. The rest you'll have to figure out for yourself.

Local woman materializes adoption dream
Even though she's single and struggling to raise money, Lisa Lisiecki is determined to bring a baby girl home from Guatemala. She already has started a "bottle brigade" to collect change, but is looking for other creative ways to raise funds. Got any ideas?

MSOE's Raiders earn first-ever national hockey ranking
The Milwaukee School of Engineering became the first-ever team in the eight-year history of the Midwest Collegiate Hockey Association to earn a national ranking as the Raiders entered the USCHO.com poll at No. 15 this week.

Brewers sign Clark to two-year contract
The Brewers today reached agreement with outfielder Brady Clark on a one-year contract, it was announced today by Doug Melvin. The agreement was reached prior to today's scheduled salary arbitration hearing.

Tandem Developers unveil Beerline's The Edge condos
Tandem Developers has set March 2 as the official unveling of The Edge condos, the most recent housing development planned for the Beerline neighborhood. The two-building, 1.87-acre site rounds out the northern-most end of the neighborhood at 1890 N. Commerce St.