Movies: Who Will Win The Oscars?
Movies

Who Will Win The Oscars?

Our reviews may help you choose which nominees should win.

In Remembrance: The Legacy of Ed Garvey
In Remembrance

The Legacy of Ed Garvey

A corporate dragon-slayer, the Wisconsin Democrat helped pave the way for Bernie Sanders.

Op Ed: Opioid Crisis Demands Bipartisan Solutions
Op Ed

Opioid Crisis Demands Bipartisan Solutions

In 2015 more people in state died from drug overdoses than car crashes.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Bucks Select Apartment Developer
Eyes on Milwaukee

Bucks Select Apartment Developer

Up-and-coming development firm will build 90-unit building

Movies: The Silence Surrounding “Silence”
Movies

The Silence Surrounding “Silence”

No one is talking about Martin Scorsese’s ambitious film. Should they be?

Photo Gallery

Not My President’s Day Rally

Citizens took to the streets in opposition to Donald Trump.

Band of the Week: Saving Savannah Covers Country
Band of the Week

Saving Savannah Covers Country

Both new and old. And no, there aren't too many country bands in town.

Good Hope Library Moves Forward

Good Hope Library Moves Forward

New library, 65-unit apartment complex, green space and parking lots

House Confidential: A Slumlord’s Modest Cape Cod
House Confidential

A Slumlord’s Modest Cape Cod

Mohammad Choudhry has 46 properties, 3,000 code violations and this house.

Murphy’s Law: The Rise of Anti-Semitism
Murphy’s Law

The Rise of Anti-Semitism

Study finds three-fold increase in metro area. Jewish leaders blame Trump.

Campaign Cash: For-Profit Colleges Love Walker
Campaign Cash

For-Profit Colleges Love Walker

They give him $56,000 campaign cash, he wants to kill state watchdog over colleges.

City A Challenge For Black Professionals

City A Challenge For Black Professionals

A story of opportunities, frustration and segregation.

Plenty of Horne: Summerfest Plans Bang-Up Banner
Plenty of Horne

Summerfest Plans Bang-Up Banner

The huge 50th anniversary sign is unique. "Horrible," says Ald. Bauman.

Eyes on Milwaukee

Committee Okays Two Downtown Designs

Plus: What will the Bucks big announcement on Friday be?

City Could Sell Homes to Felons

City Could Sell Homes to Felons

Committee overturns current ban on sales but proposal needs full council approval.

Classical: Mozart Piano Concerto Without Orchestra
Classical

Mozart Piano Concerto Without Orchestra

Fine Arts Quartet specializes in chamber reductions of his keyboard concertos.

Data Wonk: Should State Shift Economic Development Strategies?
Data Wonk

Should State Shift Economic Development Strategies?

A differentiation strategy might work better than Walker’s low-cost approach.

Plenty of Horne: Banks Out; Starbucks In at Groceries
Plenty of Horne

Banks Out; Starbucks In at Groceries

Banks closing at Piggy Wiggly, Pick 'N Save, Kroger, while Starbucks cafes added.

Eyes on Milwaukee: 5 Election Takeaways
Eyes on Milwaukee

5 Election Takeaways

A horrible turnout, a big night for Evers, and who the heck is William Crowley?

Walnut Way Fires Its Executive Director

Walnut Way Fires Its Executive Director

Growing North Side non-profit fires Vernon after 6 months, acting director hired.

Is Milwaukee Still Thirsty for Spreenkler?

Is Milwaukee Still Thirsty for Spreenkler?

How Spreenkler channeled the power of creativity, and why its reviving its Meetups.

Sieger on Songs: “96 Tears” Was a Trailblazer
Sieger on Songs

“96 Tears” Was a Trailblazer

The Mexican American group that sang it had the original punk attitude.

In Public: Design By Committee
In Public

Design By Committee

Or how Ald. Kovac and the Historic Preservation Commission bedevil architects.

City Spends Big On Housing The Poor

City Spends Big On Housing The Poor

Housing Trust Fund has spent $6.5 million since 2006 on low-income housing.

Op Ed: Huge Savings From State Self-Insurance
Op Ed

Huge Savings From State Self-Insurance

State employee managed health care plan could save $650 million per year.