Jordyn Noennig, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Jordyn Noennig

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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Recent:
  • Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Past:
  • Post-Crescent Media
  • StevensPoint Journal
  • Oshkosh Northwestern
  • The News Leader
  • SheboyganPress Media
  • USA TODAY
  • Enquirer
  • Packers News
  • HTR
  • Green Bay Press-Gaz.

Recent articles by Jordyn:

Brady Street's newest bar, WurstBar, bringing German beer and Berlin-themed street food to Milwaukee

A Berlin-inspired bar and restaurant is opening on Brady Street. The new spot features Berlin street food, a full bar and more. → Read More

'Slightly sweet & not scary at all': Madison grocer makes candy corn brats

Madison's Jenifer Street Market sold out its first batch of candy corn brats, and will keep making them this week. → Read More

Drive-through Winter Wonders light show to return to Boerner Botanical Gardens

The Winter Wonders light show featuring more than 1 million LED lights throughout 1.5 miles is coming back to Boerner Botanical Gardens. → Read More

A Napa winemaker returned to Wisconsin, making trendy low-intervention wines with Midwest grapes

Erin Rasmussen opened the American Wine Project with the goal of letting Wisconsin grapes "speak for themselves." → Read More

Bucks national anthem singer Ben Tajnai is in the running to win $20,000 for his beard

Tajnai is a top 10 finalist in a 'Most Talented Beard in America' contest held by men's grooming company Wahl. The winner will receive $20,000. → Read More

The pumpkin spice cream puff is back with another new fall-themed flavor at State Fair Park

Wisconsin State Fair announced Wednesday that it would debut a latte flavored cream puff along with the pumpkin spice. → Read More

Local Milwaukee artists will be featured in Brewery District's mostly outdoors Equinox Festival

Nineteen Milwaukee musicians will perform, including Abby Jeanne, Immortal Girlfriend, Klassik, WebsterX and Zed Kenzo. → Read More

New restaurant On Tap bringing beer, sharables to Pabst Brewery district in former Jackson's Blue Ribbon space

"We're going to keep the vibe kind of the same, a very fun atmosphere. We feel we can recapture that vibe and really give good offerings." → Read More

Central Standard Distillery opening its new craft house, kitchen and more downtown on Saturday

On Saturday, Evan Hughes and Pat McQuillan will raise a glass of bourbon and offer a toast at exactly 3:20 p.m. to celebrate the rebirth of 320 E. Clybourn St. → Read More

Milwaukee’s Unfinished Legacy clothing brand moving to L.A. after a year of worldwide sales, features in Vogue

Unfinished Legacy, a Milwaukee-based streetwear clothing brand, is moving to Los Angeles to expand production, connections and grow artistically. → Read More

No milk house, no shuttles, no souvenir cups. Here's what's different at a post-pandemic Wisconsin State Fair

While Cream Puffs and cows will be back, the State Fair will look different than it did before the pandemic hit. Here's what you can expect. → Read More

This self-taught stilt-walking teen brings Caribbean culture to Milwaukee

Allenton Riley stilt walks as the Moko Jumbie, a Caribbean spiritual figure. He practices around Milwaukee and shows off his skills at local festivals → Read More

Bay View's Chill on the Hill will reserve limited spots for groups that donate $450 to help pay for concerts

As of Tuesday, when the first Chill on the Hill would be held, 2,400-square-feet were reserved. Chill on the Hill has 75,000-square-feet of seating. → Read More

'We still take cash': Fiserv, Summerfest and others go cards only, but servers still want cash

While many servers said they aren't seeing a large drop in tips because of card usage, they still want cash. → Read More

Breweries and community groups unite to create new beer flavors and host events in Love, Milwaukee collaboration

Milwaukee breweries and community organizations will hold events to brainstorm for different beer flavors and one non-alcoholic kombucha. → Read More

After COVID-19 vaccinations, Milwaukee singles say they're ready for a summer of dating

Singles are reemerging into a dating world that in part is returning to normal, but has also adapted to new norms during the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

James Beard-winning chef Adam Siegel to open fine dining restaurant in downtown Milwaukee

The newest fine dining restaurant by James Beard Award-winning chef Adam Siegel is coming to the 7Seventy7 building in spring 2022, with Mediterranean cuisine → Read More

'There's not a place that I don’t belong:' Women of color take leading roles in sports management

While diversity is increasing in sports management roles, many sport organizations still have a ways to go in hiring a diversely. → Read More

The Urban Craftsman and Central Standard Distillery partnered to give a historic Milwaukee tree new life

A 20-foot, 3,000-pound bourbon tasting table made of a historic Pabst Mansion tree, will be brought to the distillery. → Read More

Milwaukee Downtown is presenting a variety of visual and performing arts this summer through Jumpst(ART) campaign

The visual and performing arts will include things like chalk murals, a 10,000-square-foot mural at Schlitz Park, and 100 hours of street performances. → Read More