This trip is a perfect example of why cycling is important to us.
The 2015 Mayor’s Design Awards recognized projects big and small from across the city.
Some mudslinging at the candidates may stick to Democratic insider and consultant Thad Nation.
The sewerage district has moved from tunnels and pipes to greenways, rain barrels and permeable pavement. Part 2 of a series.
Mandel Group breaks ground on a 46-apartment, mixed-use development that includes an indoor climbing gym.
A New Yorker story portrays the Milwaukee DA as a super-hero of reform. Hm. Is that true?
Data shows they work better than MPS schools, but board adamantly opposes them.
New data shows switching neighborhoods can improve equality. What does this mean for Milwaukee?
Beerline Trail from Keefe to Capital Dr. will be completed in July and Phase 4 of Oak Leaf Trail north from Estabrook Park in November.
Huge, almost entirely vacant building transforming into 105 apartments on key downtown corner
Photos of this major residential project, another addition to a virtual mini-city replacing the old Pabst Brewery.
Third Ward review board defers decision on Historic Designation. And Milwaukee now has a Croatian sister city.
Its new research building is a compendium of architectural elements. How do they add up?
Dohmen building’s redesign is a model for how to add value and grace while updating a 1960s creation.
"I love this city and I don’t plan on going anywhere anytime soon."
"Being the most segregated city in the country. It hurts us on so many different levels."
"Milwaukeeans have a lot of pride in their city."
“They are so accepting of each other, no matter the developmental ability or ethnicity.”
An arena and park pavilion are each called “public-private projects.” But they offer quite different conceptions of the public interest.
There’s already an exodus of top faculty concerned about ending tenure.
70% of voting age minorities in the county lack a drivers license; community workers provide help for those seeking ID.
High costs of converting school building at 4th and Garfield will mean 30 rather than 60 apartment units.
New study says we must build a Bucks arena and bigger convention center. But its data actually tells a much different story.
The 2015 Mayor's Design Awards recognized projects big and small from across the city.
The city will help pay for feasibility study of company building a high-rise near the lake and just west of Discovery World.
The Brewers manager's $1.2 million colonial is a kid's paradise. Yet so secluded.
Once John Norquist's residence, this elegant 1889 home on S. 26th St. is included on Historic Milwaukee's upcoming Spaces and Traces tour.
Inaugural event will bring national leaders to Milwaukee to discuss long-term solutions for commercial corridors with empty storefronts.
Finally no more cheating. A new game created by local inventors has magnet-imbedded foam weapons will record every successful hit.
The business climate has improved under Walker but state still lacks a coherent vision of the future.
A columnist says goodbye with thoughts about our money-driven political system and what can be done about it.
He takes issues with latest column in Murphy's Law.
Before the War Memorial -- and before trees and vegetation -- the lakefront was a flat plain.
At the time it dominated the view, before changes in Juneau Park and on the lakefront.
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