Music: The Least Known Great British Musician
Music

The Least Known Great British Musician

Peter Asher, of the old Peter & Gordon group, performs with famed guitarist Albert Lee.

Campaign Cash: Superintendent’s Race Cost $1 Million
Campaign Cash

Superintendent’s Race Cost $1 Million

More than three-fourths of money spent to reelect Tony Evers.

Op Ed: We Must Legalize Marijuana
Op Ed

We Must Legalize Marijuana

It will combat opioid epidemic and boost state economy.

Eyes on Milwaukee

Trestle Park Will Cost $1.2 Million

Highly-anticipated Third Ward park won't be cheap, but city says costs are reasonable.

Dining: DiModa Has Innovative Italian Food
Dining

DiModa Has Innovative Italian Food

Delicious dishes, attractive atmosphere and dog-friendly.

Op Ed: Loss of Talgo Train Hurts Foxconn Deal
Op Ed

Loss of Talgo Train Hurts Foxconn Deal

High speed rail would have better connected Racine area to Madison, Chicago.

Murphy’s Law: WTMJ Move Threatens Liberal Talk Station
Murphy’s Law

WTMJ Move Threatens Liberal Talk Station

“They’ve picked a fight with the wrong guy,” WRRD owner warns.

The Contrarian: Senate and Assembly Flip on Highway Debt
The Contrarian

Senate and Assembly Flip on Highway Debt

Senate now likes big increase in debt, Assembly no longer does.

Campaign Cash: $1 Million Donated to Walker-Led Group
Campaign Cash

$1 Million Donated to Walker-Led Group

10 state donors funnel cash with no limits to GOP candidates for governor.

Habitat for Humanity Targets Midtown, Harambee

Habitat for Humanity Targets Midtown, Harambee

Investing $9 million in Midtown, $16 to $20 million in Harambee neighborhoods.

Classical: 10 Best Symphony Concerts of Season
Classical

10 Best Symphony Concerts of Season

Which of coming concerts are the best bets? We pick the top 10.

Eyes on Milwaukee: City Fighting County on Rapid Transit
Eyes on Milwaukee

City Fighting County on Rapid Transit

Council committee puts restrictions on BRT project, charges county acted in bad faith.

House Confidential: The Manderley Bed & Breakfast
House Confidential

The Manderley Bed & Breakfast

1886 West Side home of world's most acclaimed woman farmer now a classic B&B.

WisTax: Yes, State Budget Is Late
WisTax

Yes, State Budget Is Late

Only one budget later since 1977. And 46 other state legislatures are already done.

Data Wonk: The “Democrats Are Evil” Trap
Data Wonk

The “Democrats Are Evil” Trap

National Review’s David French blames this for GOP loyalty to Trump. Let us consider the irony.

Lead Poisoning a “Public Health Crisis”

Lead Poisoning a “Public Health Crisis”

Health Department official says lead laterals must be replaced, but resources lacking.

The Contrarian: Highway Debt Cult Drinks the Kool-Aid
The Contrarian

Highway Debt Cult Drinks the Kool-Aid

Many Republicans swallow crazy rationales for increasing Doyle-Walker debt.

Op Ed: Foxconn Deal Could Be a Winner
Op Ed

Foxconn Deal Could Be a Winner

But the cost-benefit ratio should be carefully examined.

Eyes on Milwaukee: City Panel Okays Second Casino Tower
Eyes on Milwaukee

City Panel Okays Second Casino Tower

New 19-story hotel tower plus expanded convention space gets its first approval.

Guide to Milwaukee Parklets

Guide to Milwaukee Parklets

12 places to enjoy the latest urban fad, like sidewalk dining on the street.

Photo Gallery: South Shore Frolics Shake the Lake
Photo Gallery

South Shore Frolics Shake the Lake

The annual event started in 1949 is still a crowd-pleaser.

Murphy’s Law: The Fire Fighters’ Selfish Agenda
Murphy’s Law

The Fire Fighters’ Selfish Agenda

The union’s backing of Barrett recall is all about driving up their wages and benefits.

Eyes on Milwaukee

Row of Condos Planned for Bay View

Ald. Zielinski wanted change from 45-unit complex to 5 single-family condos.

Op Ed: Unsexy South Side Area Makes Progress
Op Ed

Unsexy South Side Area Makes Progress

Area just west of prosperous Bay View has needed help and is getting it.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Judge’s Tavern Will Convert to Apartments
Eyes on Milwaukee

Judge’s Tavern Will Convert to Apartments

E. North Ave. tavern and next door duplex replaced by 5-story, 44-unit complex.