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

• It’s been one of those weeks—a week when the 50th edition of Summerfest kicked off, a week when Corey Feldman lost a tooth (a veneer, to be exact) at Shank Hall, and a week when our video of Feldman’s dental mishap ended up on TMZ. The mind (and mouth) reels. Anyway, here’s a quick roundup of some other stuff that happened this week:

• DiModa Pizza & Hotspot opened in the old Trocadero building. [OnMilwaukee]

• Dogs In Ecstasy released a perfect new single, “Rage Against The Dying Of My Phone.” [Bandcamp]

• UberEATS teamed up with Milwaukee-area McDonald’s to bring you…McDelivery. [OnMilwaukee]

• Soul Low released a video for “Chancin’ It,” the first single from their upcoming album Cheer Up, due July 28 on Gloss Records. [Post-Trash]

• Charlie Sykes said goodbye to Right Wisconsin. [Urban Milwaukee]

• The Ambassador Hotel unveiled its new dining areas. [Milwaukee Business Journal]

• Vincent VanGREAT released a new single, “A Message,” featuring Bo Triplex. [Soundcloud]

• Sendik’s announced it will open a small grocery store on the Marquette campus later this year. [OnMilwaukee]

• A new ordinance may create more bicycle parking throughout the city. [Urban Milwaukee]

• NiceFM released a sun-kissed compilation titled Comp4Pools. [Soundcloud]

• Have a great weekend, Milwaukee!

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