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

• Ever wonder why the Milwaukee Bucks and other NBA teams don’t wear cream-colored jerseys anymore? You know, like the alternate jerseys the Bucks wore in 2019-20? Turns out they can’t. “Teams can’t wear cream anymore because it interferes with the digital ads that are placed on the court in broadcast due to the uniforms being so close to the color of the wood that is keyed out in the process,” says Bucks’ chief marketing officer Dustin Godsey in an exclusive interview with Uni Watch. So there you go! [Uni Watch]

• Chicago brewery Pilot Project, located in the former Milwaukee Brewing Company at 1128 N. 9th St., will open its doors to the public today at 3 p.m. [OnMilwaukee]

• Speaking of the former Milwaukee Brewing Company, some of the brewery’s most popular beers can now be found at Eagle Park Brewing Company, 823 E. Hamilton St. [Urban Milwaukee]

• The Milwaukee County Landmarks Committee bestowed a historic landmark designation on the site of the Black Nite Uprising, located at 400 N. Plankinton Ave. Black Nite Uprising “was the first time in Wisconsin history that gay, lesbian and gender non-conforming people united to take action against homophobic and transphobic violence as one united community.” [OnMilwaukee]

• The coat check at Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport is back, baby. [FOX 6]

• Did you miss Telethon’s five-year anniversary show for its excellent 2017 record The Grand Spontanean? Now you can watch the entire show, which went down at X-Ray Arcade back in August, online! [YouTube]

• Amped, a private suite karaoke bar and events venue, will open December 1 at 910 W. Juneau Ave. in the Brewery District. [TMJ 4]

• Flat Out Friday will return to Fiserv Forum on February 17, 2023. [OnMilwaukee]

• Disturbed will headline the next Hog Fest, May 4, 2023 at Fiserv Forum. [OnMilwaukee]

• Zach Bryan will headline the American Family Insurance Amphitheater on July 7, during the penultimate day of Summerfest 2023. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]

• Have a great weekend, Milwaukee!

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