Classical: The Language of Music
Classical

The Language of Music

De Waart and Milwaukee Symphony offer a kind of multilingual musical melange.

The State of Politics: GOP Bill Targets Democratic County Exec
The State of Politics

GOP Bill Targets Democratic County Exec

Would prevent Winnebago County Executive Mark Harris from holding state Senate seat

Why State’s Jobs Strategy Isn’t Working

Why State’s Jobs Strategy Isn’t Working

Tax cuts have little benefit for small companies that create 70% of jobs, report concludes.

Op-Ed: Moving Towards Flint?
Op-Ed

Moving Towards Flint?

Republican bills would allow building on lakebeds, reduce pollution controls and allow privatized public utilities.

Former Business Exec Now Helps Non-Profits

Former Business Exec Now Helps Non-Profits

MANDI nominee Dick Larson, 84, has had big impact on numerous non-profits.

Friday Photos: Ingram Place Nearly Complete
Friday Photos

Ingram Place Nearly Complete

It took years, but finally the north end of Holton Street Bridge is getting developed.

Bar Exam: Conway’s Is Last Word in Smoked Meat
Bar Exam

Conway’s Is Last Word in Smoked Meat

Classic colorful Wells St. neighborhood bar also grills meats and plays the blues.

Eyes on Milwaukee: New High Rise for East Side
Eyes on Milwaukee

New High Rise for East Side

It's a 13-story, 153-unit apartment building and neighbors seem to love the idea!

House Confidential: How Parsonage Became a Cool B-and-B
House Confidential

How Parsonage Became a Cool B-and-B

The 125-year-old, Queen Anne, reverend's home now attracts world travelers.

Three Ways to Cut Cost of Prisons

Three Ways to Cut Cost of Prisons

A trio of proposed bills would save taxpayers money and help offenders.

Guide: Dog Care Services In Milwaukee County
Guide

Dog Care Services In Milwaukee County

No matter where in Milwaukee you live, there is a provider ready to serve you and your pet

City Streets: Jackson St. Almost Had a Subway
City Streets

Jackson St. Almost Had a Subway

A mile-long underground railway was planned in 1890s.

Weekly Happy Hour: It’s All Local at Braise
Weekly Happy Hour

It’s All Local at Braise

The food, beer, even some of the spirits and wine. It’s a tasty happy hour.

Eyes on Milwaukee: City Sells Another Foreclosed Home
Eyes on Milwaukee

City Sells Another Foreclosed Home

Graphic designer buys what may be the 531st home sold by city. It needs work.

Dining: The Sweet Hospitality of Swig
Dining

The Sweet Hospitality of Swig

Third Ward restaurant has moderate prices, yummy desserts.

Data Wonk: Has Walker Shrunk Wisconsin’s Economy?
Data Wonk

Has Walker Shrunk Wisconsin’s Economy?

Both Barca and Trump blame him. But what does the data show? Second in series.

Op-Ed: Walker Gets “Incomplete” on Student Debt
Op-Ed

Walker Gets “Incomplete” on Student Debt

97 percent of student loan borrowers would not be helped by governor's plan.

New Science Program Sparks South Division

New Science Program Sparks South Division

Academy of Health Sciences serves diverse school where students speak 62 different languages.

Classical: Three Centuries of Great Piano Trios
Classical

Three Centuries of Great Piano Trios

Prometheus Trio plays three very different works by Haydn, Schumann and Ives.

Wisconsin Ranks 39th in Public Employees

Wisconsin Ranks 39th in Public Employees

Number has been dropping since 2001. Only 11 states have fewer public workers per capita.

Plenty of Horne: Behold The ECO Mayor
Plenty of Horne

Behold The ECO Mayor

Barrett touts green efforts, changes name of environmental sustainability office to ECO.

Tainted Water: Madison Replaced All Lead Pipes
Tainted Water

Madison Replaced All Lead Pipes

Nation's first city to do so, at cost of $19.4 million, can Milwaukee follow suit?

Yesterday’s Milwaukee: Ludington Building, 1885
Yesterday’s Milwaukee

Ludington Building, 1885

On the northwest corner of Wisconsin and Water, center of a booming downtown.

How Walnut Way Changed the Inner City

How Walnut Way Changed the Inner City

The quest for community of Walnut Way co-founders Sharon and Larry Adams.

Sieger On Songs: “Since I Laid My Burdens Down”
Sieger On Songs

“Since I Laid My Burdens Down”

Mississippi John Hurt version of this country blues song is unforgettable.