Bar ExamJun 15th, 2016 by Michael Horne
Mixing hipster vibe and drinks in old working-class bar from the 1890s or earlier.
Photo GalleryJun 14th, 2016 by Michael Horne
All in attendance were silent as the nation's ninth-largest bell tolled for the dead.
Plenty of HorneJun 9th, 2016 by Michael Horne
Abele would close Brown Deer Park road to expand golf driving range. Lipscomb not sold.
House ConfidentialJun 3rd, 2016 by Michael Horne
Small is beautiful for Bill Sell, a fervent advocate for transit and bicycle-friendly policies.
Bar ExamJun 1st, 2016 by Michael Horne
There's been a neighborhood bar here for 100 years. The dogs are more recent.
Plenty of HorneMay 26th, 2016 by Michael Horne
The 2016 Mayor's Design Awards recognized projects from every corner of the city.
House ConfidentialMay 26th, 2016 by Michael Horne
The city's best architect lives in a... solid East Side home. But those plaster cracks!
Bar ExamMay 24th, 2016 by Michael Horne
And owner Paul Jonas did a good job of selective restoration.
Back in the NewsMay 20th, 2016 by Michael Horne
Recycled company will carefully take apart and recycle materials from 1895 building.
Plenty of HorneMay 19th, 2016 by Michael Horne
East Side tavern's building from 1880s has unique structure, virgin wood. Why destroy it?
House ConfidentialMay 19th, 2016 by Michael Horne
The generous plutocrat's River Hills home is fit to entertain a prince, and actually did.
Bar ExamMay 13th, 2016 by Michael Horne
For 60 years it's featured duck-pin bowling, the last such place in town.