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April marks the return of the “boys of summer” to Milwaukee, a celebration in a city that takes baseball almost as seriously as beer and brats. Attendance at Miller Park exceeded 2 million in each of the last 10 years, quite a record for the second-smallest market in Major League baseball. Fans of opposing teams – especially Minnesota's Twins and Chicago’s Cubs – enjoy the amenities and retractable roof which ensures that every game will played. We’ve got a rundown on the 2014 Brewers, written by a veteran Wisconsin sportswriter. And you’ll find all home dates, beginning with the opening series against the Atlanta (formerly Milwaukee) Braves on our sports page.
After one of the coldest winters in the history of the metro area, spring fever will abound this month, producing larger turnouts for outdoor events like the quarterly Gallery Night & Day in Milwaukee, and at the always popular Milwaukee County Zoo. When inevitable showers or temperature dips occur, head indoors for shopping or visit the iconic Milwaukee Art Museum where the special exhibition, Uncommon Folk – Traditions in American Art, will be closing early in May. Increasingly, business and leisure travelers are finding much to do here in every season.
Please be aware that an extensive freeway improvement effort has expanded from I-94 south of Milwaukee (51% complete) to major improvements to the Hoan Bridge on Milwaukee’s lakefront and I-794. Construction also is underway at the Zoo Interchange on the west side, where I-94 west crosses I-894/U.S. 45. For the latest on lane closures and detours, follow the Hoan Bridge project on Twitter @WIHoanBridge and the Zoo Interchange work @WIZooIC. Naturally, you can follow us @MilwaukeeKeyMag and we'll pass on pertinent information promptly. Avoid hassles and parking charges and make new friends on baseball days and nights by taking free shuttles from area hotels and restaurants to Miller Park.
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