Sieger on Songs: “Call Me”
Sieger on Songs

“Call Me”

Chris Montez invented soft rock with this classic. Don’t blame him for what followed.

Peck Pavilion Dance: Questions for Xalaat African Dance
Peck Pavilion Dance

Questions for Xalaat African Dance

Winners of Rainbow Dance Competition in 2013 and 2014, the group marries African music and dance.

Beer City: Duff Beer is Here. Almost
Beer City

Duff Beer is Here. Almost

Real version of fictional beer on “The Simpsons” now being marketed in Chile.

City Business: A.J. Ugent Furs and Fashions
City Business

A.J. Ugent Furs and Fashions

A family business since 1922, Ugent's many and varied customers include Oprah Winfrey.

Op-Ed

11 Steps to More Honest Government

Stronger open records and open meetings laws needed.

Second Healthy Food Market on MLK Drive?

Second Healthy Food Market on MLK Drive?

Proposed deli and produce market would help transform "food desert."

Plenty of Horne: Brady Street Apartments Debated at Meeting
Plenty of Horne

Brady Street Apartments Debated at Meeting

And Frank Alioto gives remarkable speech about Brady Street's potential.

Profile: The Musical Journey of Jay Anderson
Profile

The Musical Journey of Jay Anderson

The leader of Foreign Goods, just 23, is a deep thinker and musician.

Dining

Tenuta’s Offers Cozy Italian Dining

It’s like a neighborhood restaurant with classic southern Italian food.

City Business: The Bike Fixers
City Business

The Bike Fixers

Formerly Cory the Bike Fixer, this East Side institution is all about service.

Op-Ed: The Attack on Planned Parenthood
Op-Ed

The Attack on Planned Parenthood

Abortion opponents harass clinic staff and oppose birth control.

Murphy’s Law: Did Bucks Investors Pay Off Walker?
Murphy’s Law

Did Bucks Investors Pay Off Walker?

One publication says yes. But most donors to his presidential campaign are secret.

Black City Residents Not Sold on NBA Arena

African American leaders who support it face skepticism from constituents.

City Streets: The History of Juneau Avenue
City Streets

The History of Juneau Avenue

Once Division and Chestnut streets, it was consolidated into a tribute to city’s founder.

The Ticket Window: 20 New Shows Announced for Milwaukee
The Ticket Window

20 New Shows Announced for Milwaukee

That includes Korn, Blitzen Trapper, Heart, Guster -- and actor Cary Elwes? Inconceivable.

Jazz in the Park: Questions for Davina and the Vagabonds
Jazz in the Park

Questions for Davina and the Vagabonds

Downbeat loves the globe-trotting band and their album hit number 13 on Billboard Blues Chart.

Gun Issue Highlights Potawatomi Charity

Gun Issue Highlights Potawatomi Charity

Potawatomi touts new charity program, and Barrett laments killing of kids.

Leading the Way in Green Infrastructure

Leading the Way in Green Infrastructure

Outpost Foods in Mequon and All Peoples Church on N. 2nd St. have sophisticated green systems.

Removing Employment Barriers for Men

Removing Employment Barriers for Men

Ald. Jose Perez talks about barriers he once faced at summit for unemployed men.

Review

The Maniac Named Juiceboxxx

MIlwaukee's rising star, the subject of a new book, was as crazed as ever at Riverwest show.

NEWaukeean of the Week: Ryan Tretow
NEWaukeean of the Week

Ryan Tretow

"Milwaukee is too risk averse."

Now Serving: The Return of River Horse?
Now Serving

The Return of River Horse?

New bar coming to Riverwest. New empanadas place opens on Brady.

Yesterday’s Milwaukee: City Hall, 1880
Yesterday’s Milwaukee

City Hall, 1880

The remodeled market hall became City Hall in 1861, but the Milwaukee Sentinel derided the result.

Photo Gallery: Triumph of the Thunderbirds
Photo Gallery

Triumph of the Thunderbirds

The Milwaukee Air and Water Show 2015 was all about fast planes.

Plats and Parcels

Trend-Setting High-Rise Offers No Parking

10-floor, 72-unit apartment complex proposed for Downtown includes no parking spots.