Q&A w/ Amanda Schafer, Owner of Hush Beauty Lounge

Q&A w/ Amanda Schafer, Owner of Hush Beauty Lounge
We pulled up the salon chair to chat with hairstylist and popular downtown Kenosha business owner Amanda Schafer, owner of Hush Beauty Lounge. We learn all about her start in the industry, the latest hair trends and the launch of Hush Beauty Lounge. More

Our Kenosha History: Fish, Art, Coffee, and More

Our Kenosha History: Fish, Art, Coffee, and More
This past summer, Harborside Common Grounds, 5159 Sixth Avenue, closed its doors after 22 years. With such a prime spot overlooking our harbor, we can safely assume this location has a long, rich history. Enjoy this deep dive into this prime Downtown location which I have given the moniker of the “Ansorge building” based on the owner when it was built in 1928. More

Style Done Right: Q&A w/ Dawn Bella of Dawn’s Style

Style Done Right: Q&A w/ Dawn Bella of Dawn’s Style
Looking the latest fashion trends? Well Dawn’s Style has you covered with unique clothing, purses, jewelry, stylish Peepers glasses and of course Lampe Berger. We sit down with owner Dawn Bella to learn all about her and her charming salon and boutique. More

Meet your Lakeshore Business Improvment District Board Members

Meet your Lakeshore Business Improvment District Board Members
We sat down with Maria Caravati of Equinox Botanical Boutique & Brit Windel of DayBreak Church, two downtown Kenosha business owners and board members of The Kenosha Lakeshore Improvment District (B.I.D) to find out what’s going on in downtown Kenosha. More

To & From Gift Shop: A Q&A w/ Samantha Unrath

To & From Gift Shop: A Q&A w/ Samantha Unrath
If you’re looking for that perfect gift for someone or just yourself , you can’t go wrong by stopping in at To & From Gift Shop (5535 6th Ave.)  We sit down and get to know owner , Samatha Unrath in this exclusive Q&A. More

Our Kenosha History: Whether it’s 1922 or 2022, the doctor is in

Our Kenosha History: Whether it’s 1922 or 2022, the doctor is in
German born Wendell Dagenbach moved to Kenosha in 1885 at the age of 32 and became a successful cigarmaker in Downtown Kenosha. Dagenbach also had an eye for real estate and scooped up properties on the west side of what was then Milwaukee Avenue (now Seventh Ave) and north of Middle Street (50th St). The properties he would oversee construction of in the late 1890’s included four structures along Milwaukee Ave; the corner lot, which we now call the Dagenbach building at the corner of 50th and Seventh (and the focus of today’s story), two buildings that are now gone to the north, and what is now The Coffee Pot. The Dagenbach building opened in 1898 as two storefronts, one on the south side with the entry in the corner near the current doorway, and a 20’x70’ storefront on the north side of the building. Wendell Dagenbach and his family... More
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