Band of the Week: Listening Party Demands Your Attention
Band of the Week

Listening Party Demands Your Attention

How? With acoustic down-home Americana music that still has intensity.

Teens Produce New Online Magazine

Teens Produce New Online Magazine

Provides platform for teens, young Milwaukeeans of color.

Friday Photos: North End Phase IV Is Rising
Friday Photos

North End Phase IV Is Rising

Apartment complex will have six floors, 155 units, first new downtown pool in years.

Op-Ed: DVDs Cannot Replace Teachers
Op-Ed

DVDs Cannot Replace Teachers

Ron Johnson’s ideas for schools would lead to less learning, less critical thinking, less global competitiveness.

Plenty of Horne: Molinaroli Sues Neighbors, Condo Group
Plenty of Horne

Molinaroli Sues Neighbors, Condo Group

Embattled Johnson Controls CEO hasn't yet moved in, but legal sparks fly,

Sieger on Songs: Marty Robbins’ Radical Experiment
Sieger on Songs

Marty Robbins’ Radical Experiment

Country star’s pathbreaking “Don't Worry About Me” boasted a massive guitar fuzztone.

Wisconsin Budget: Big Benefits From Medicaid Expansion
Wisconsin Budget

Big Benefits From Medicaid Expansion

Studies of 31 states extending Obamacare show better health and budget savings.

Murphy’s Law: Sylville Smith Probe Looks Suspicious
Murphy’s Law

Sylville Smith Probe Looks Suspicious

AG Brad Schimel’s links to Milwaukee Police raise questions about his investigation.

85 Acres On Waterfront Could Be Reclaimed

85 Acres On Waterfront Could Be Reclaimed

Harbor District Inc. soliciting ideas for old industrial land along the lake, KK River.

Op-Ed: State Should Lead on Student Loan Debt
Op-Ed

State Should Lead on Student Loan Debt

Legislation would allow students to refinance debt, but Republicans side with Wall Street banks.

Third Ward Warehouse To Be Developed

Third Ward Warehouse To Be Developed

Jennaro Building, last vacant warehouse, becoming office building, as ARB okays plan.

Young Workers Building Homes in Walker Square

Young Workers Building Homes in Walker Square

Milwaukee Christian Center program employs adults aged 18-24, and has built 14 new homes.

Dining: County Clare Makes a Meal of Sandwiches
Dining

County Clare Makes a Meal of Sandwiches

With a made-from-scratch quality. Along with great Irish draft beers.

Data Wonk: Redistricting and Democracy
Data Wonk

Redistricting and Democracy

Gerrymandering has eliminated nearly all competitive legislative and congressional districts.

WEPCO Accused of Overcharging Ratepayers

WEPCO Accused of Overcharging Ratepayers

Michigan businesses, governments say Milwaukee utility manipulated records to overcharge for coal plant.

Yesterday’s Milwaukee: Milwaukee’s Canal, Mid 1860s
Yesterday’s Milwaukee

Milwaukee’s Canal, Mid 1860s

The canal was one mile long, but never grew as the company went bankrupt.

Op-Ed: City’s “Second-Class Citizens” Are Frustrated
Op-Ed

City’s “Second-Class Citizens” Are Frustrated

As Ald. Rainey has argued, racism led to violent uprising.

NEWaukeean of the Week: Raina Johnson
NEWaukeean of the Week

Raina Johnson

"I love my neighborhood for the diversity and access to different parts of the city. "

Now Serving: New Brewery and New Bakery Coming
Now Serving

New Brewery and New Bakery Coming

A Shorewood bakery, a Third Ward brewery. Plus Red Dot in Tosa adds live music.

Court Watch: How Appeals Court Failed in Dassey Case
Court Watch

How Appeals Court Failed in Dassey Case

Three state judges overruled by federal court allowed ugly miscarriage of justice in Dassey conviction.

Poets Take “Soapbox Therapy” To Sherman Park

Poets Take “Soapbox Therapy” To Sherman Park

In wake of violent uprising in neighborhood, two spoken word groups perform.

Murphy’s Law: The Battle Over Charter Schools
Murphy’s Law

The Battle Over Charter Schools

NAACP declares opposition and is criticized by charter supporters like Howard Fuller.

Library Charged $1.5 Million for Journal Archive

Library Charged $1.5 Million for Journal Archive

Library turned down NewsBank offer; Journal Sentinel promises archive, but when?

Op-Ed: Schimel’s Southern Strategy on Voter Rights
Op-Ed

Schimel’s Southern Strategy on Voter Rights

His “states rights” argument echoes segregationists like George Wallace, gets rejected.

Bar Exam: The Tale of Tony’s Tavern
Bar Exam

The Tale of Tony’s Tavern

Once a hotel, it was a classic bar owned by same family for 83 years.