Classical: Summer Series Finale
Classical

Summer Series Finale

The internationally known Shanghai Quartet closes out this year's Summer Evenings of Music Series.

NEWaukeean of the Week: Dana Smith
NEWaukeean of the Week

Dana Smith

"I would absolutely love to see our city embrace busking, and live art."

Fathers Pledge to Reduce Violence

Fathers Pledge to Reduce Violence

With speeches by Ald. Hamilton and others, 500 Fathers United initiative urge a stand up against neighborhood violence.

Op-Ed: Contraceptives Key to Fighting Poverty Cycle
Op-Ed

Contraceptives Key to Fighting Poverty Cycle

UW-Madison study shows long-acting contraceptives like IUDs reduce unwanted pregnancies, single moms, poverty.

Friday Photos: Walker’s Point Boomtown
Friday Photos

Walker’s Point Boomtown

The south side neighborhood is seeing big changes, anchored by a brownfield-to-mixed-use development.

Wisconsin Budget: Wealth of State’s Top 1% Rises 120%
Wisconsin Budget

Wealth of State’s Top 1% Rises 120%

While other 99% of state residents saw a combined 4% increase since late 1970s.

Sieger on Songs: “These Days” Is Still Haunting
Sieger on Songs

“These Days” Is Still Haunting

Written by Jackson Browne at age 16, sung by Warhol’s discovery Nico, and unforgettable.

Cruel and Unusual: State Starts Force Feeding Three Inmates
Cruel and Unusual

State Starts Force Feeding Three Inmates

Corrections officials begin force feedings as solitary confinement protest continues.

Op-Ed: Ron Johnson and State’s Infrastructure Decline
Op-Ed

Ron Johnson and State’s Infrastructure Decline

He’s regularly voted against federal funding for roads, bridges, railways, airports

Dairyland Tour: Brent Emery
Dairyland Tour

Brent Emery

Local cyclist first competed in the 1984 Olympics, now still competing at a high-level at ToAD.

Classical: A Profound Summer Evening
Classical

A Profound Summer Evening

FAQ continues summer series with an evening of French chamber music.

Weekly Happy Hour: Riverfront Pizzeria is Great for Summerfest
Weekly Happy Hour

Riverfront Pizzeria is Great for Summerfest

It’s a great hangout before or after the Big Gig, with a better beer selection than on the festival grounds.

Come Meet the Urban Milwaukee Gang

Come Meet the Urban Milwaukee Gang

Our annual party is Tuesday, 5 p.m. And oh, the stories we could tell.

Data Wonk: Why Trump’s Hostile Takeover Succeeded
Data Wonk

Why Trump’s Hostile Takeover Succeeded

The data shows how he stole Republican Party despite opposition of its leaders.

Op-Ed: A Conservative Take on State Transportation
Op-Ed

A Conservative Take on State Transportation

Republicans say they need more money for roads, but the real problem is too much spending.

North Division Students Design National App

North Division Students Design National App

Their creation is currently in second place in national Fan Favorite competition.

Eyes on Milwaukee

New $22 Million Rail Concourse Opens

Intermodal Station's dark and dingy concourse for boarding trains finally replaced.

Now Serving: Goodbye True Value, Hello Harry’s
Now Serving

Goodbye True Value, Hello Harry’s

A new Thai restaurant, new Taco joint, and new Harrys on Brady Street opening.

Plenty of Horne

Big Plans for West Side Unveiled

Plan envisions public market and major grocery, movie theater and indoor sports complex.

Back in the News: Chisholm Challenger Skips Debate
Back in the News

Chisholm Challenger Skips Debate

Verona Swanigan objects to moderator and drops out of debate with DA John Chisholm.

Data Wonk: How to Fix Medicaid
Data Wonk

How to Fix Medicaid

State officials wrestling with problem of rising costs ignore the obvious solution.

Corrections Officials Face Community on Lincoln Hills

Corrections Officials Face Community on Lincoln Hills

Attendees demand accountability, action, in wake of Lincoln Hills scandal.

Eyes on Milwaukee: How to Bike from Milwaukee to Waukesha
Eyes on Milwaukee

How to Bike from Milwaukee to Waukesha

A downtown-to-downtown trek is an easy ride, a lot of fun and surprisingly interesting.

Wisconsin Budget: State Revenue Declines in May
Wisconsin Budget

State Revenue Declines in May

Numbers make it more likely there will be shortfall in projected budget for fiscal year.

Yesterday’s Milwaukee: Pabst Brewery’s Grand Resort, 1890
Yesterday’s Milwaukee

Pabst Brewery’s Grand Resort, 1890

Located in Whitefish Bay, it was served by rail and steamboat from downtown Milwaukee.