Every Friday, Stuff We Missed (formerly Off The Record, which is now the name of our print-only Colectivo publication) looks to other Milwaukee publications (and beyond) for, well, stuff we missed throughout the week.

• Is it summer yet? Erratic temperatures and too many gloomy days say “NO.” But at least the old Northpoint Custard stand is open! Yes, the newly minted “MooSa’s” is doing the soft-open thing today, offering “an assortment of burgers, fries, fried cheese curds and wings along with frozen custard.” The lakefront restaurant—formerly operated by Bartolotta Restaurants—is now in the hands of Musa family, which also owns the Casablanca restaurants on Brady Street and in Brookfield. MooSa’s will be open Monday through Sunday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. [OnMilwaukee]

• There’s gonna be a temporary “beer patio” at the Milwaukee Public Market. [OnMilwaukee]

• The Ravine Road Bridge in Lake Park is gonna be saved. [Urban Milwaukee]

• Merge—a.k.a. the Korean fried chicken place on the East Side—is gonna be good now. [OnMilwaukee]

• The wildly popular China Lights will return for a fourth year, bigger and better than ever. [Milwaukee Business Journal]

• Cream City Hostel, 500 E. Center St., will open June 23. [Urban Milwaukee]

• The Milwaukee County Transit System Bus Shelter Art Project is back! [OnMilwaukee]

• DID MINDY KALING GET LUNCH YET? [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]

• That big empty building on the corner of Humboldt and North is going to be redeveloped into condos. Maybe. [Urban Milwaukee]

• Thinking about subscribing to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel? Anyone? Well, it just got more expensive. Again. [Milwaukee Business Journal]

• The former Smyth restaurant in the Iron Horse Hotel will soon reopen as Ash. [Milwaukee Business Journal]

• People on Reddit got angry about years-old Bradford Beach rules for some reason, so Bradford Beach had to respond. The only change this year: people with conceal carry permits can bring their guns! Thanks, people on Reddit and [OnMilwaukee]!

• Have a great weekend, Milwaukee!

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Matt Wild
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Matt Wild weighs between 140 and 145 pounds. He lives on Milwaukee's east side.

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