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The September 2014 issue is here, or download the entire issue - PDF file. And be sure to check out our NEW Fully Mobile Digital Issue!

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Dining - Mr. B's in the tradition of great steakhouses

Shopping - Browse Historic Cedarburg

After Dark - Restaurant shuttles best for Brewers games

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The calendar may say summer is over, but not in Milwaukee. September begins with Indian Summer Festival, the largest Native American cultural event of its kind in the U.S., and ends with the California-like 42nd Wine & Harvest Festival in Cedarburg.

Business and leisure travelers are sure to enjoy crew racing throughout downtown Milwaukee in the Milwaukee River Challenge, challenging rounds on the state’s great golf courses, or one of the best steakhouses in the U.S. And don’t forget the Milwaukee Brewers, bidding for a Major League Baseball playoff berth before full houses at Miller Park.

Our arts & entertainment calendar again is growing. Milwaukee’s theatre companies begin their seasons this month, with exceptional productions and milestones like the 40th anniversary season of the Milwaukee Chamber Theatre. And, as always, the month brings distinctive arts events like the Paramount Blues Festival in Grafton and the Hidden River Art Festival in Brookfield’s Wilson Center.

Savor some of the best weather of the year with this extension of summer, September in Milwaukee.

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Milwaukee photographer Mike Ford used a drone to capture this outstanding birds-eye view of downtown Milwaukee.

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KEY Milwaukee magazine has served visitors for nearly 50 years. Today, KEY is the metro area's only monthly visitor guide and KeyMilwaukee.com is the website preferred by travelers planning trips here. Be sure to pick up a copy of KEY Milwaukee at visitor centers, Mitchell International Airport or wherever you are staying in the seven-county metro area. If you have any questions prior to your visit, please e-mail us at info@keymilwaukee.com or call (414) 732-7320.

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