House Confidential: John McGivern’s $1 Million Apartments
Comedy pays, it turns out. The entertainer owns 11 apartments totaling 7,572 square feet.
Plenty of Horne: Marina Will Battle Geenan for Assembly Seat
Dimitrijevic and Geenan are already competing for labor support.
Abele Makes Illegal Appointment to Wisconsin Center
His appointments by law must live in suburbs but he appointed city resident Andy Nunemaker.
House Confidential: Gwen Moore’s Modest Bungalow
The congresswoman’s brick veneered, north-side duplex was converted into a less-spartan, single-family home.
Plenty of Horne: More Improvements on Milwaukee River
Environmental group upgrades river banks and creates orientation center near Humboldt Avenue.
Will City Smooth The Way for Silk?
Silk applies to run strip club in city-owned garage across from Bradley Center.
Plenty of Horne: Larson Aide May Run for Richards Seat
Plus: problems for the Bucks’ Larry Sanders and redevelopment at Reed Street Yards.
House Confidential: Spencer Coggs’ Very New Northwest Side Home
Ironically, the City Treasurer lives next to three lots that are delinquent in paying him their property taxes.
Plenty of Horne: Brookfield Square Welcomes County Buses
Unlike Southridge and other suburban malls, Brookfield Square actually runs ads to attract bus-riding city residents.
House Confidential: Mike Grebe’s Conservative Cudahy Condo
It’s just a short walk from the Bradley Foundation, where Grebe battles daily to turn us all conservative.