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Halloween Night

  Happy Halloween! We’re prepping for a spooktacular event here at JB’s on 41 this evening! Moms and Dads, if you don’t know about the Family Fun Costume Contest and special bowling package going on today, click here to find out, or check out the image below! http://jb-on-41.com/halloween-hocus-pocus/ We’d love to see you and your […]

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Reconnect Date Night

As of January 2014, 90% of Americans have a cell phone, and 58% have a smartphone. Is that fact surprising to you? If you’re like us, a stat like this is only par for the course in today’s digital world. But what about these stats?       67% of cell owners find themselves checking their phone […]

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IndyFest comes to JB’s on 41

  The last time that Indy cars raced in Milwaukee in August was in 1982. And now, on the 16-17 this month, IndyFest has returned to the Milwaukee Mile, the oldest operating speedway in the world.  It opened as a private horse-racing track in 1876. The first dirt-track automobile race took place on September 11, […]

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What’s New at the Fair?

State Fair has arrived, and with it comes a host of new foods to try. Perhaps you’ll be indulging in the Cajun Shark On-a-Stick, available at Joey’s Seafood and Grill. Or maybe you’ve been craving a Cheesy Nutella Melt, found at Siggy’s Gourmet Grilled Cheese and Bacon Caramel Corn at Laura’s Gourmet Popcorn. And don’t […]

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Independence Day Quiz

Test your National Knowledge with this Independence Day Quiz With the Fourth of July right around the corner (tomorrow!), we want to test your patriotic mettle with this Independence Day Quiz. Test your knowledge today and then quiz your fellow parade attendees tomorrow! Answers are below. What year did the Fourth of July become an […]

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Summer Time, Fun Time

  A quick pop quiz for you: What is the official first day of summer? It’s June 21, also known as the Summer Solstice, which derives its name from the Latin words sol (sun) and stitium (to stop), due to the fact that the sun appears to stop on this day—and again at the winter […]

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Father’s Day

Today, America celebrates Father’s Day. Now celebrated on the third Sunday in June, Father’s Day has only been a recognized holiday since 1972, 58 full years after Mother’s Day became a nationwide holiday. How did this summer holiday get its start? It has its roots in the 1900s. In 1908, a West Virginian church sponsored […]

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Veterans Bowl Free

We have good news for you and your Memorial Day weekend—the weekend forecast is 68o on Saturday, rising to 80o on Monday, and only a 30% chance of rain all weekend. We know very well that this forecast can change at a moment’s notice, but that fact notwithstanding, your Memorial Day barbeque should have perfect […]

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Summer Sun, Volleyball Fun!

Calling all volleyball lovers! The weather is finally reminding us that summer is on its way, reminding us that the days of barbeque-eating, swim suit-wearing, popsicle-licking aren’t too far away. And let’s not forget: league volleyball is rapidly approaching, too! Volleyball at JB’s begins May 6th this year—less than a month away! Get together your […]

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As Seen on TV

  Want to wager a guess at how much time the average American spends watching TV every day?  The answer, according to a study produced by eMarketer in August 2013, is 4.31 hours.  But don’t look at that number as a bad thing! No, for us at JB’s on 41, that stat makes us all […]

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