Milwaukee Film Festival: Christopher Darling
Milwaukee Film Festival

Christopher Darling

Watch a rock band hit the rocks.

Sieger on Songs: “Heaven’s Just A Sin Away”
Sieger on Songs

“Heaven’s Just A Sin Away”

This song was a smash and deservedly so

Eyes on Milwaukee: Chris Abele Unveils Plan to Save Transportation
Eyes on Milwaukee

Chris Abele Unveils Plan to Save Transportation

Annual fee would provide $27 million for county transit and roads. One supervisor already opposed.

City Streets: Cudahy’s Packed Avenues
City Streets

Cudahy’s Packed Avenues

Some cities name their streets after states or even wines, but Cudahy took a meatier approach.

City People: Architect Revitalizes, Repurposes and Builds Community
City People

Architect Revitalizes, Repurposes and Builds Community

Allyson Nemec specializes in working with existing buildings, rather than new construction.

Tropical Dome Reopens at Mitchell Park

Tropical Dome Reopens at Mitchell Park

Long-term future of Domes still unclear.

Bar Exam: MobCraft Milwaukee
Bar Exam

MobCraft Milwaukee

The world's first completely crowdsourced brewery is another piece of the redevelopment of Walker's Point.

Milwaukee Film Festival: From Mass to the Mountain
Milwaukee Film Festival

From Mass to the Mountain

UWM graduate's film has already sold out once, don't miss the remaining showings.

Wisconsin Budget: Prison Admissions Rising in Rural Counties
Wisconsin Budget

Prison Admissions Rising in Rural Counties

Meanwhile, urban counties nationally and in southeast Wisconsin have decreased prison admission rates.

Op-Ed: Agenda Items for Walker’s Second Act
Op-Ed

Agenda Items for Walker’s Second Act

Gov. Walker needs to focus on policy, including job creation in Milwaukee, not politics.

Plenty of Horne: 10-Story Apartment Building Planned for East Side
Plenty of Horne

10-Story Apartment Building Planned for East Side

140-unit, $35 million apartment project proposed for former Boy's Club site, neighbors react

Now Serving: Eat, Drink and Sleep in Walker’s Point
Now Serving

Eat, Drink and Sleep in Walker’s Point

All of which can be accommodated at the soon to open Spanish themed Hotel Madrid.

Court Watch: Prison for Profit?
Court Watch

Prison for Profit?

Department of Corrections seeks shortcut for new prison industries, to make money faster.

Weekly Walks Build Community

Weekly Walks Build Community

The walks have become a staple in the Lindsay Heights community.

Op-Ed: Solve Real Problems
Op-Ed

Solve Real Problems

Why is Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald still defending the state’s voter ID law?

Milwaukee Film Festival: The Milwaukee Show (I & II)
Milwaukee Film Festival

The Milwaukee Show (I & II)

See what local filmmakers have been cooking up.

Theater: <em>Lovely Sunday,</em> What a Farce
Theater

Lovely Sunday, What a Farce

Big laughs and big voices, not enough humanity.

Op-Ed: Creator of Controversial Mural Responds to Critics
Op-Ed

Creator of Controversial Mural Responds to Critics

Critics call mural “dehumanizing.”

NEWaukeean of the Week: Vicki Pulliman
NEWaukeean of the Week

Vicki Pulliman

"This city is really a diamond that I feel has yet to be unearthed…"

Eyes on Milwaukee

Talgo Coming Back to Milwaukee

Spanish train manufacturer will overhaul Los Angeles subway cars in Century City.

The State of Politics: 3 Things You Should Know About Corrections’ Budget Request
The State of Politics

3 Things You Should Know About Corrections’ Budget Request

Why should you care?

Voting Wars: White Working-Class Voters Turning to Trump?
Voting Wars

White Working-Class Voters Turning to Trump?

In Wisconsin, Donald Trump must overcome his second-place finish in the state’s Republican primary — and a polling gap with Democrat Hillary Clinton

Tour Highlights Sherman Park

Tour Highlights Sherman Park

Common Ground has redeveloped 75 homes in the area, tour highlighted many of the homes.

Friday Photos: Bader Rutter’s New Downtown Digs
Friday Photos

Bader Rutter’s New Downtown Digs

New office building quickly rising on site of former Laacke & Joys complex.

Wisconsin Budget: $15 Minimum Wage?
Wisconsin Budget

$15 Minimum Wage?

Marquette poll shows 51% of Wisconsinites support a large minimum wage hike.