Every Friday, Off The Record looks to other Milwaukee publications (and beyond) for bits of news we missed throughout the week.

• Do people still make “Whole Paycheck” jokes when talking about Whole Foods? Just parents and grandparents? Okay, cool. Anyway, the Whole Foods on Milwaukee’s East Side, near the intersection of North and Prospect avenues, is getting some new stuff. A new “bar venue” with 20 taps and legally mandated video games is the star attraction. A revamped cheese department, a revamped beer and wine department, and revamped food and bakery offerings round out the upgrades. The store will remain open during the process, which is expected to finish up in late spring. [Milwaukee Business Journal]

• Beloved #local #brand MilwaukeeHome™ plans to move its shop from the Historic Third Ward to a “more visible and accessible storefront” in Walker’s Point. [Milwaukee Business Journal]

• More bad news for the ailing Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, including the departure of longtime art and architecture critic Mary Louise Schumacher. [Urban Milwaukee]

• NEW ZED KENZO SONG. [Soundcloud]

• NEW REYNA VIDEO. [Billboard]

• Bayshore Town Center keeps shedding retailers, but those closures are “not necessarily a reflection” on the mall and its soon-to-be-redeveloped future. [Milwaukee Business Journal]

• The annual Morning Glory Art Fair will move from the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts to the “live block” of the Fiserv Forum. The fair will run August 10 and 11, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. [OnMilwaukee]

• The Milwaukee Brewers are finalizing their promotions and giveaways for the 2019 season. [Shepherd Express]

• “Date set for unveiling of ‘The Crusher’ statue in South Milwaukee.” June 8. [OnMilwaukee]

• Have a great weekend, Milwaukee!

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