Business sluggish at Deer District-area bars two days after shootings that injured 21 following Bucks game

A handful of people watched the Milwaukee Bucks game from The Beer Garden in the Deer District. The area was packed with people during previous playoff games.

A handful of people watched the Milwaukee Bucks game from The Beer Garden in the Deer District. The area was packed with people during previous playoff games.

Two days after gunfire erupted in Milwaukee’s downtown entertainment district, injuring 21 people and prompting a curfew order, bars and restaurants saw markedly smaller crowds Sunday afternoon to watch the NBA playoffs.

The Milwaukee Bucks canceled their watch party on the Deer District plaza outside Fiserv Forum, and it appeared business was slow at several downtown hotspots that were bustling during previous games.

Those who ventured out said they weren’t worried for their safety but expected the weekend’s violence to affect turnout in the short-term.

Matt Painter lives near the Deer District and said he usually goes out to watch Bucks games. He was one of about three dozen people in The Beer Garden Sunday at tip-off. The area is usually packed

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4 Big Ways Blockchain Will Transform Marketing And Promotion

As per the knowledge of general people, cryptocurrency and blockchain are both interconnected. Also, it is believed that Blockchain technology has use case is limited to the cryptocurrency technology, but they are missing out on many details.

Nowadays, most industries are getting the benefits of it the Bitcoin Consistency. Blockchain technology can verify transactions for all the parties involved and also, and it can act as a permanent public record-keeping exchange.

So, it has a lot of impact on businesses and every other industry globally. It can work as a disruptive technology in the business organization, especially for the digital marketing department.

So, it is pretty clear that the implementation of blockchain in the digital marketing department of a company is going to deliver huge benefits, but to what extent?

It has been seen that the blockchain is already being implemented in healthcare and other industries and is giving

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Business Travel Resumes, Though Not at Its Former Pace

Mr. Harteveldt was more optimistic about the prospects for business travel. “If developed countries’ economies remain strong and the war in Ukraine doesn’t spread, then the business travel industry will have a good fall and winter,” he said, “and 2023 will be a good, possibly great, year for it.”

The renewed hope contrasts sharply with the mood two years ago, after most business trips were abruptly canceled or suspended. The U.S. Travel Association, a trade group, said that in 2020, domestic business travel spending was down 68 percent from 2019 levels. And while the spending grew in 2021, the group said, it was still about half of what it was in 2019.

But by last month, Suzanne Neufang, chief executive

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21 of the Best Things to do in Chicago

Looking for things to do in Chicago? There are few cities more spectacular than Chicago. Nestled on the banks of Lake Michigan, Chicago has everything from sandy beaches and luxury shopping districts, to vibrant cultural scenes and art galleries, there is something for everyone. From fancy shops like Tiffany & Company on Michigan Avenue to quiet neighborhoods like Andersonville and Hyde Park, the city of Chicago is where you’ll find an unequaled travel experience.

Best Things to do in Chicago

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The Windy City is a fabulous year-round destination for those who crave art, culture, adventure as well as world-class restaurants and hotels. With so much to see and do in Chicago, it’s hard to fit it all in one trip! Here are my favorite things to do in Chicago including where to eat!

1. The Bean – Millennium Park and the Cloud Gate

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The Bean at Millennium Park is perhaps

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