Members Only Event: Have A Beer With Urban Milwaukee
Members Only Event

Have A Beer With Urban Milwaukee

Night includes free tour, tastings at Urban Harvest brewery and lots of fun conversation.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Clarke Square Gets Wantable, Sendiks?
Eyes on Milwaukee

Clarke Square Gets Wantable, Sendiks?

Fast-growing Wantable will move there, Nehring's Sendik's grocery may join it.

Sieger Songs: All Hail The Springsteen Cover Bands
Sieger Songs

All Hail The Springsteen Cover Bands

They love the Boss, wouldn’t play for Trump and do great songs like “Born to Run.”

Plenty of Horne: Historic Brady Street Building Returns
Plenty of Horne

Historic Brady Street Building Returns

Long vacant Pecoraro's Market, revived as store, apartments, has open house.

Op Ed: State Pension Fund’s Risky Investments
Op Ed

State Pension Fund’s Risky Investments

Now invests in hedge funds, derivatives. And the annual return has declined.

Theater: Rep’s ‘Disgraced’ Is Powerful, Provocative
Theater

Rep’s ‘Disgraced’ Is Powerful, Provocative

Play by Pulitzer-winner Ayad Akhtar, Brookfield Central grad, is wowing audiences.

NEWaukeean of the Week: Casey Renn
NEWaukeean of the Week

Casey Renn

"Other places are fun to visit, but there is nowhere else I’d want to live."

The State of Politics: Walker Has Raised $100 Million
The State of Politics

Walker Has Raised $100 Million

Plus $45 million from third-party groups. All since 2009.

Program Expunges Juvenile Records

Program Expunges Juvenile Records

City partners in program for young adults in public housing to remove job barrier.

Echo: Global Warming Hits Great Lakes Forests
Echo

Global Warming Hits Great Lakes Forests

Warmer weather, more drought will impact ecosystem, huge forestry industry.

Wisconsin Budget: Alternative State Budget Proposed
Wisconsin Budget

Alternative State Budget Proposed

"Wisconsin Budget For All” cuts tax breaks for rich, invests in jobs, schools, health.

Court Watch: City Approves $110,000 Settlement
Court Watch

City Approves $110,000 Settlement

Suit filed charging excessive police force in ugly 2012 incident.

Friday Photos: The Inauguration of DoMUS
Friday Photos

The Inauguration of DoMUS

Luxury digs and new residents coming to the Historic Third Ward.

Art: The Wisconsin That Was
Art

The Wisconsin That Was

Artist Terese Agnew’s powerful exhibit celebrates, laments state’s progressive past.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Report Finds Wealth of Historic Buildings
Eyes on Milwaukee

Report Finds Wealth of Historic Buildings

New guide for redeveloping historic Milwaukee aims to foster growth.

Back in the News: Sheriff Clarke’s Meltdown?
Back in the News

Sheriff Clarke’s Meltdown?

He threatens to eliminate a citizen, uses vicious racial slur against another.

Eyes on Milwaukee: The Milwaukee Streetcar is Hiring
Eyes on Milwaukee

The Milwaukee Streetcar is Hiring

The contractor needs workers and city residents get preference.

Biking: How Will Trump Handle Transportation?
Biking

How Will Trump Handle Transportation?

Elaine Chao will be key. Federal infrastructure dollars might help fund state’s local roads.

Court Watch: Big Donors Like Justice Ziegler
Court Watch

Big Donors Like Justice Ziegler

Unopposed Supreme Court Justice raised $373,106 in campaign donations in 2016.

Movies: ‘La La Land’ Is Audacious, Adorable
Movies

‘La La Land’ Is Audacious, Adorable

And will probably win every award in sight. But maybe it shouldn’t.

Classical: Spotlight Shines on Wind Players
Classical

Spotlight Shines on Wind Players

Wind players, rare in chamber concerts, take center stage at Frankly Music.

Plenty of Horne: Locals Join March on Washington
Plenty of Horne

Locals Join March on Washington

Megan Holbrook calls on locals to join Women's March on Washington.

Murphy’s Law: How Milwaukee Handled “Flint” Crisis
Murphy’s Law

How Milwaukee Handled “Flint” Crisis

Were city officials asleep? Should they be doing more?

Op Ed: Democrats Must Change Strategy
Op Ed

Democrats Must Change Strategy

Stop bashing Walker and start addressing issues like taxes.

Campaign Cash: Evers Leads In Superintendent Race’s Cash
Campaign Cash

Evers Leads In Superintendent Race’s Cash

Incumbent has about $117,000, two challengers together raised $36,000.