Corridor of DreamsOct 24th, 2014 by Susan Nusser
Happy press conference as program combining government, banks and non-profits brings homeowners back to city.
IntersectionOct 23rd, 2014 by Rachel Quednau
Can the city upgrade and improve its design? First story in a new series.
Murphy’s LawOct 23rd, 2014 by Bruce Murphy
New York Times dumps on Milwaukee business leaders, and city becoming divided on issue.
Vantage PointOct 22nd, 2014 by Brian Jacobson
My goal was to duplicate the 1896 view of Milwaukee in the famous lithograph. Not quite, but great views anyway.
Yesterday’s MilwaukeeOct 22nd, 2014 by Jeff Beutner
The famed photographer H. H. Bennett captured the splendor of the Mitchell mansion.
Doors OpenOct 21st, 2014 by Dave Reid
Our photos take you inside the 1879 structure, the former Grain Exchange, and one of the city's most historic and beautiful buildings.
House ConfidentialOct 20th, 2014 by Michael Horne
If Fox is to become the model for future supervisors of a "gentleman politician," he has the perfectly pedigreed home to go with such a title.
Oct 18th, 2014 by Raina J. Johnson
Observers sing praises of Ian Bautista, the new head of the Clarke Square Neighborhood Initiative
Corridor of DreamsOct 17th, 2014 by Susan Nusser
Can the 15 year project revive an area that’s been in decline for 50 years? Last story in a series.
Oct 17th, 2014 by Brendan O’Brien
Community leader calls on new owners to consider North Side location.
Vantage PointOct 15th, 2014 by Brian Jacobson
Make that the Hilton Milwaukee City Center, which, with its radio antenna, is about as tall as the U.S. Bank building, and offers stunning views.
Yesterday’s MilwaukeeOct 15th, 2014 by Jeff Beutner
The fabulously wealthy business man created an unusual, two-story conservatory within his home.