Photo Gallery: Les Paul Exhibit at Wauwatosa Library
Photo Gallery

Les Paul Exhibit at Wauwatosa Library

Celebrating the Wizard of Waukesha. Our photos capture the highlights.

Urban Reads: The Lyft Bus, NIMBYs, and More
Urban Reads

The Lyft Bus, NIMBYs, and More

All the city news you can use.

Friday Photos: NM’s Tower is “Substantially Complete”
Friday Photos

NM’s Tower is “Substantially Complete”

And the new downtown high-rise makes for some dramatic photos.

Now Serving: King Crabs and Tiki Love
Now Serving

King Crabs and Tiki Love

New Vietnamese-Cajun seafood on Brady and new tiki bar in Walker's Point.

The Legacy of Eric Von

The Legacy of Eric Von

A new broadcast fellowship has been established to honor the late journalist.

House Confidential: Lincoln Fowler’s Century-Old Home
House Confidential

Lincoln Fowler’s Century-Old Home

Colectivo co-owner has 4.5 bathrooms, 3 fireplaces, and lots of coffee.

Op Ed: The Magic of the Oriental Theatre
Op Ed

The Magic of the Oriental Theatre

It changed my life. Now I hope it can change the city’s cultural life.

Black Leaders React to Smith Verdict

Black Leaders React to Smith Verdict

Calling for peace after acquittal of officer who shot Sylville Smith.

Campaign Cash: Anthem Insurance Likes Republicans
Campaign Cash

Anthem Insurance Likes Republicans

Pulling out of Obamacare, giving almost $175,000 to GOP politicians.

State Park Fees Keep Rising

State Park Fees Keep Rising

New hikes proposed, already higher than in any Midwestern state.

Classical: Fine Arts Quartet Ends an Era
Classical

Fine Arts Quartet Ends an Era

Its final summer concert brings to an end a decades-long tradition.

Top 25 Vendors at Summer Soulstice

Top 25 Vendors at Summer Soulstice

East Side street fest offers music, arts, crafts and food, food, food.

Art: The Singular Vision of Rashid Johnson
Art

The Singular Vision of Rashid Johnson

A photo gallery and preview of Milwaukee Art Museum's new show.

50 Years After The Marches: Risking Their Lives for Fair Housing
50 Years After The Marches

Risking Their Lives for Fair Housing

The courageous protests of Fr. Groppi and the NAACP Youth Council.

Campaign Cash: Walker Loves Ashley Furniture
Campaign Cash

Walker Loves Ashley Furniture

Company gets a state grant, and he gets big campaign donations.

Murphy’s Law: How Trucks Destroy Our Roads
Murphy’s Law

How Trucks Destroy Our Roads

And how a fee on trucks could solve state’s transportation problem.

Op Ed: Leave Our Craft Breweries Alone
Op Ed

Leave Our Craft Breweries Alone

Tavern League, Beer Distributors push Legislature for more regulation. Wrong approach.

Dining: Sheridan’s Is a Nice Place to Relax
Dining

Sheridan’s Is a Nice Place to Relax

Pretty good food, nice atmosphere and maybe the ghost of Dan Quayle.

Op Ed: Voters Strongly Support Higher Gas Tax
Op Ed

Voters Strongly Support Higher Gas Tax

So maybe Republicans should embrace it as a solution.

House Confidential: The House of Buried Cars
House Confidential

The House of Buried Cars

Riverwest home, with three cars buried in yard, also a geo-cache site.

Data Wonk: Is Manufacturing in Decline?
Data Wonk

Is Manufacturing in Decline?

Recent trends are down in Wisconsin, but hardly a cause for panic.

Plenty of Horne

Finks Tavern Adds Patio

Backyard patio is not high style, but "high-sensory, high design."

Sanders Project and Legacy Celebrated

Sanders Project and Legacy Celebrated

Welford Sanders Lofts on near North Side bears the name of economic development icon.

50 Years After The Marches: White Power in Milwaukee
50 Years After The Marches

White Power in Milwaukee

Open housing marches of 1967 triggered ugly reactions from whites.

Sieger on Songs: Courtney Barnett Is a Killer
Sieger on Songs

Courtney Barnett Is a Killer

She’s a triple talent and “Pedestrian At Best” proves it.