Sieger on Songs: John Boutté “Sisters” Is a Gem
Sieger on Songs

John Boutté “Sisters” Is a Gem

And maybe the best salute to the power of sisters on their little brother.

Eyes on Milwaukee: City Hall’s Game of Thrones
Eyes on Milwaukee

City Hall’s Game of Thrones

Hail Ashanti! Ald. Hamilton's route to the Iron Throne laid bare.

Classical: Why They Love Saint-Saens
Classical

Why They Love Saint-Saens

The Fine Arts Quartet has championed the French Romantic composer, and will again.

Now Serving: New German, New Gyros Restaurants
Now Serving

New German, New Gyros Restaurants

Plus home cooking at new Shorewood place for "flocks" of diners.

Op-Ed: Referenda Help Schools Hit by State Cuts
Op-Ed

Referenda Help Schools Hit by State Cuts

77% of 85 ballot measures asking for more local tax dollars have passed in 2016.

Murphy’s Law: How Walker is Killing the Meritocracy
Murphy’s Law

How Walker is Killing the Meritocracy

Talented workers are leaving or discouraged from applying, as party loyalists win favor.

10,000 Bikes For The People

10,000 Bikes For The People

Trek’s DreamBikes has refurbished and resold more than 10,000 bikes and employed 80 teens.

YP Week: Converting Spaces to Places
YP Week

Converting Spaces to Places

Learn about Milwaukee's next great public spaces.

Milwaukee Arts Barge Idea Floated

Milwaukee Arts Barge Idea Floated

Could the barge become a vibrant public space for events and community connections?

What’s Next for the Grand Avenue Mall?

What’s Next for the Grand Avenue Mall?

"We're going to have to stop calling it a mall," Jeramey Jannene tells WTMJ.

Op-Ed: State’s New Legal Gun on ALEC’s Team?
Op-Ed

State’s New Legal Gun on ALEC’s Team?

New Solicitor General handling cases against EPA, Obamacare and abortion access.

Yesterday’s Milwaukee: Florist’s Horse-Drawn Wagon, 1910
Yesterday’s Milwaukee

Florist’s Horse-Drawn Wagon, 1910

Into the 1920s, horse-drawn wagons were still widely used for commercial transport.

Back in the News: New Study Shows Teacher Shortage
Back in the News

New Study Shows Teacher Shortage

The problem exists statewide, but is the worst in metro Milwaukee.

Theater: ‘Ernest in Love’ Is a Delight
Theater

‘Ernest in Love’ Is a Delight

Musical version of classic Wilde comedy is a revelation. Don’t miss it.

Plenty of Horne: How to Balance Architecture and Ego
Plenty of Horne

How to Balance Architecture and Ego

Acclaimed architect and Marcus Prize winner Joshua Prince-Ramus does a TED-type talk.

NEWaukeean of the Week: Liza Jablonski
NEWaukeean of the Week

Liza Jablonski

"I am confident that Milwaukee’s skyline will be highly talked about in the next 10 years across the nation."

The State of Politics: Why Rural Residents Resent Us
The State of Politics

Why Rural Residents Resent Us

UW Prof listens to people in 29 rural communities, learns why they like Gov. Walker.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Meet the New Grand Avenue
Eyes on Milwaukee

Meet the New Grand Avenue

From dead mall to vibrant city center, see the plan for Grand Avenue Mall

Bike Czar: A Rough Ride to Denmark
Bike Czar

A Rough Ride to Denmark

The wind was blowing half a pelican for our ride from Green Bay to Denmark, WI.

Stories About Humans of Milwaukee

Stories About Humans of Milwaukee

UWM junior creates photos and stories of 200 Milwaukeeans, emulating New York website.

Tavis Smiley Comes to Milwaukee

Tavis Smiley Comes to Milwaukee

PBS Host comes to tout MATC Promise program on his One Great Idea tour.

Friday Photos

Prime Leather Project Is a Huge One

Four buildings with more than 30,000 square feet will be renovated on S. 2nd St.

YP Week: Who Cares About the Watercooler?
YP Week

Who Cares About the Watercooler?

A workshop on reviving meaningful conversation within the workplace.

Band of the Week: Paper Holland Is Pure Pop. Almost
Band of the Week

Paper Holland Is Pure Pop. Almost

Or maybe Indie pop. They're biggest fans are their moms. Maybe.

12 Things Will Decide Domes’ Future

12 Things Will Decide Domes’ Future

Politicians will decide their fate, but citizens can lead the way. 12 issues are key.