Dining: Kegel’s Has Authentic German Fare
Dining

Kegel’s Has Authentic German Fare

It rivals the food at Mader’s and Karl Ratzsch’s.

NEWaukeean of the Week: Chad James
NEWaukeean of the Week

Chad James

"I think the building of the new Bucks arena is a game changer."

Eyes on Milwaukee: Vote Tuesday
Eyes on Milwaukee

Vote Tuesday

Learn more about the races and candidates for this overlooked election

The State of Politics: Advisory Referendums Have Meant Little
The State of Politics

Advisory Referendums Have Meant Little

Legislators are considering advisory referendums on legalizing marijuana and making Daylight Savings Time permanent.

Youth Share Stories of Gun Violence

Youth Share Stories of Gun Violence

Neighborhood House helps teens deal with the impacts of gun violence.

Friday Photos: Bay View’s New Vue
Friday Photos

Bay View’s New Vue

A new gateway for the south side neighborhood is taking shape.

Guide: Milwaukee’s 30 Best Pizzas
Guide

Milwaukee’s 30 Best Pizzas

The pizzerias in town, any one of which will make your day.

WISTAX: State-Local Tax Burden Lowest Since 1962
WISTAX

State-Local Tax Burden Lowest Since 1962

Now ranks 16th in the nation.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Streetcar Track Construction Starts in April
Eyes on Milwaukee

Streetcar Track Construction Starts in April

System on track to start service in late 2018, project is on-budget

Revival in Harambee

Revival in Harambee

Riverworks executive director Darryl Johnson leads redevelopment of Harambee.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Inside the River House Apartments
Eyes on Milwaukee

Inside the River House Apartments

See the newest luxury apartment complex, located just north of Downtown.

Movies: Why Oscar Overlooked ‘Loving’
Movies

Why Oscar Overlooked ‘Loving’

And why the total snub for 'Love & Friendship’?

Op Ed: Walker Should Emulate Kasich On Energy
Op Ed

Walker Should Emulate Kasich On Energy

Wisconsin should do more to embrace alternative energy as economic tool.

Three Great New Libraries Coming

Three new neighborhood libraries all use new approach of mixed-used development.

Back In the News: Walker Exports Union Busting
Back In the News

Walker Exports Union Busting

Governor advises Iowa legislators on bill to decimate unions.

Classical: Philomusica To Play Rare Beethoven Piece
Classical

Philomusica To Play Rare Beethoven Piece

Quartet will play piece Monday at Wisconsin Lutheran College

City Streets: The Dreadful Legacy of Charles Nash
City Streets

The Dreadful Legacy of Charles Nash

His greed led to the horrible Newhall House fire. Yet a street still bears his name.

Campaign Cash: Mega Farms Are Big Political Donors
Campaign Cash

Mega Farms Are Big Political Donors

And their high capacity wells are draining rivers and lakes in state.

Now Serving: Two New Downtown Restaurants
Now Serving

Two New Downtown Restaurants

BBQ smokehouse and neapolitan pizzeria coming.

House Confidential: Slumlord’s River Hills Mansion
House Confidential

Slumlord’s River Hills Mansion

James Herrick lives in $1.1 million home, makes money off squalid rental properties.

Data Wonk: National Press Discovers Rural Wisconsin
Data Wonk

National Press Discovers Rural Wisconsin

Their observations, and demographic data, tell a story Democrats need to hear.

Classical: The Roots of Afro-Cuban Music
Classical

The Roots of Afro-Cuban Music

Cuban ensemble, Ars Longa de La Habana, will perform music from colonial days.

Op Ed: Milwaukee Catching Madison On Startups
Op Ed

Milwaukee Catching Madison On Startups

Two new venture funds could push this city ahead in startup companies.

Colin Kaepernick Helps City’s Non-Profits

Colin Kaepernick Helps City’s Non-Profits

Milwaukee native, 49ers quarterback wants to give $1 million to groups helping black teens.

Classical: 12 Short Works By Musical Giants
Classical

12 Short Works By Musical Giants

And performed in three different venues. That's how Present Music rolls.