Cream City Brick Showcase
Cream city brick is the brick that made the buildings that made the beer that made Milwaukee famous. Cream city brick, harvested from the Menomonee Valley, is the historical building material that Milwaukee is made from. Urban Milwaukee design contributor Erin Highland put together a collection of photos of a number of the buildings made from the iconic, light-yellow brick. Let us know which is your favorite. – Jeramey
Feb 2nd, 2015 by Michael Horne
Politicians, PR people and other notables schmoozed away. The best rumor was that Chief Flynn might be retiring.
Nov 10th, 2014 by Michael Horne
Every branch of the service was represented, along with politicians, ROTC students, debutantes, Hmong police officers and military canines.
Oct 30th, 2014 by Michael Horne
DNR project will expand fish spawning area just up from Humboldt, helping bring more trout and salmon. Story and photos.
Oct 28th, 2014 by Dave Reid
The 1903 historic mansion, one of the last along this stretch of Prospect Ave., is a beauty, as our photos show.
Oct 21st, 2014 by Dave Reid
Our photos take you inside the 1879 structure, the former Grain Exchange, and one of the city's most historic and beautiful buildings.
Oct 5th, 2014 by Dave Reid
Step inside the 15-story high-rise, which was the largest terra cotta building in the world when built in 1901.