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

• Ugh, another week. Ugh, summer is winding down. Ugh. Wanna just watch this dumb Milverine music video and wrap things up for a few days? Cool. It’s by Milwaukee band Two And A Half Stars, it features lyrics about Milverine (natch) and the Prius Lady, and good lord has it been almost seven years since Milverine became a known “thing”? Yep. Time is an illusion, living-meme time doubly so. [Urban Milwaukee]

• Someone called the cops on last night’s Kool Keith show at Riverwest Public House. Gee, who would do a thing like that? [Shepherd Express]

• Someone thew one of those Beastie sculptures in the river. No idea about this one. [OnMilwaukee]

• An old Boston Store sign has been saved, and will now live on in the Milwaukee Public Market. [OnMilwaukee]

• WebsterX released the final track of his “Restless Summer” trilogy, “Ain’t My Fault.” [Soundcloud]

• Third Space Brewing is hosting the second annual Wisconsin IPA Fest this Saturday. [Milwaukee Business Journal]

• A pilot program for shareable, dockless bikes goes into effect August 17. Crazy how following proper procedures keeps you from being kinda-sorta banned. [Milwaukee Business Journal]

• The Downer Theatre added a bunch of movies to its “Almost Midnight” series, including Good BurgerHedwig And The Angry Inch, and the original A Nightmare On Elm Street. [OnMilwaukee]

• Milwaukee’s mighty Scrimshaw released a new album, GARNEESH. It’s beautiful. [Bandcamp]

• A vacant lot on the edge of Bronzeville is for sale. [Milwaukee Business Journal]

• Broken Bat reopened, 10 weeks after it closed due to a flood. [Milwaukee Business Journal]

• Sabor Tropical is coming to Walker’s Point Bay View. [Milwaukee Business Journal]

• New parking meters! [Urban Milwaukee]

• Have a great weekend, Milwaukee!