Every Friday, Stuff We Missed looks to other Milwaukee publications (and beyond) for, well, stuff we missed throughout the week. This week: Target.

• Target.

People in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones. Likewise, publications that wait in line for a Culver’s CurderBurger shouldn’t throw shade at folks who show up for a Target soft opening. So we’ll make this quick: That two-story Target at Bayshore (THE FIRST TWO-STORY TARGET IN WISCONSIN) had a soft opening earlier this week, and a bunch of people showed up. Like, a lot of people. There were officials cutting ribbons, mascots jumping around, musicians playing inside, and more. For a Target. At Bayshore. Where the Boston Store used to be.

Anyway, the 14th Target in the greater Milwaukee area will celebrate its grand opening on Sunday, October 24. THAT’S THIS SUNDAY. Read all about it at [OnMilwaukee], the [Milwaukee Business Journal], the [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel], and [BizTimes].

• Pat’s Rib Place opens today at the Milwaukee Public Market. [Milwaukee Magazine]

• Pasta retail shop Semolina opens today at 2474 S. Kinnickinic Ave. [OnMilwaukee]

• 88Nine Radio Milwaukee is getting a new cafe and eatery. More information will be released at an event on December 1. [88Nine Radio Milwaukee]

• 3rd Street Market Hall was supposed to open October 18 but now it’s going to open sometime in November. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]

• That Disney+ movie about Giannis is going to be called Rise and it will be released sometime in 2022. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]

• The Weeknd has canceled his 2022 arena tour—including a January 26 date at Fiserv Forum. Why? Because he’s bumping things up to a stadium tour. [TMJ 4]

• Speaking of Fiserv Forum, the Punch Bowl Social outside the arena aims to reopen “as soon as possible.” [Milwaukee Business Journal]

• Surprise drone light show! [Milwaukee Business Journal]

• More holiday lights! [Urban Milwaukee]

• Have a great weeknd, Milwaukee!

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