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Nearly six weeks after a mass shooting, fire and sprinkler damage physically ruined Azana Salon & Spa, the shop will reopen Saturday with a renovation that includes tributes to the three women who died.
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The public is invited to bid on auction and raffle items at all six All About Learning day care centers, all to benefit Courtney Felecia Buss, a preschool teacher who was shot in the Azana Spa tragedy.
More than 100 spas in Wisconsin and at least eight other states agreed to donate a cut of their proceeds Tuesday to an anti-domestic violence fundraiser to help the families of Azana spa shooting victims.
The newly opened Culver's in Elm Grove — around the corner from Azana Salon & Spa — was hopping Thursday after announcing it will donate 100% of its Thursday sales to the families of women killed in the spa shooting.
The popular grocer will kick off with a "lei cutting," its unique twist on the traditional ribbon-cutting, before the doors open at 8 a.m.
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The restaurant will sell $100 tickets for the event which covers food and wine. A silent auction will feature items donated by the MVPs and many businesses.
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Donations can be made to Associated Bank to spa victims and their families. Three women remain hospitalized with one released Monday. The results of the autopsies on three women who died showed multiple gunshot wounds.
On Sunday in the Marcus Majestic Cinema lobby, 10 local restaurants will showcase samples from their menus, many for $2. Patch has the menu and prices.
Two men, from Brookfield and Milwaukee, hit the same store twice in 48 hours to steal premium hard liquor, police reports say.
The opening date for the long-anticipated second Milwaukee area location for Trader Joe's has been set, as final construction touches are under way.
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