What's worse: Hellyeah or the sound of your tongue being ripped off?
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Since sifting through dull newspapers, hyperbolic blogs, and overflowing RSS feeds for meaningful news can be an arduous process, News Net catches and compiles both the amusing and the significant reports that were overlooked throughout the week.
• By now, you’ve probably heard the story about the 79-year-old Sheboygan man whose tongue was bit off by his, um, quirky 57-year-old wife. In case you’re wondering what it sounds like to have a body-part gnawed off while your significant other maniacally sings “O Come All Ye Faithful,” go here.
• Diablos Rojos—the restaurant management group behind Trocadero, Café Hollander-Downer Avenue, Café Hollander-Tosa Village, and Café Centraal—has changed its name to Lowlands Group. “Lowlands is a reference to the region of Europe that has inspired our focus on Belgian and Dutch ‘grand café’ culture,” Mike Eitel, co-owner of the Lowlands Group, said in a statement. “The new name more accurately describes the focus of what we are doing and where we are going as a company.” A new Lowlands restaurant, Café Benelux, is planned to open April 11 in the Third Ward.
• OnMilwaukee.com profiles a new Milwaukee brewery, Big Bay Brewing.