Yesterday’s MilwaukeeOct 19th, 2016 by Jeff Beutner
Two steamers, the Milwaukee and the Detroit, probably shipping wheat, 1867.
Yesterday’s MilwaukeeOct 4th, 2016 by Jeff Beutner
Marine commerce thrived by then, but lost ships and passengers were not uncommon.
City StreetsSep 29th, 2016 by Carl Baehr
Some cities name their streets after states or even wines, but Cudahy took a meatier approach.
Bar ExamSep 28th, 2016 by Michael Horne
The world's first completely crowdsourced brewery is another piece of the redevelopment of Walker's Point.
House ConfidentialSep 21st, 2016 by Michael Horne
One of handful of Pre-Civil War homes in City, was birthplace of the "Father of Milwaukee Parks System."
Bar ExamSep 19th, 2016 by Michael Horne
It's a bar... on the street... with barstools!
Bar ExamSep 9th, 2016 by Michael Horne
A Milwaukee staple that was quite the pioneering enterprise when it opened in 1997.
Yesterday’s MilwaukeeSep 7th, 2016 by Jeff Beutner
Near what is now Cherry St., and the fabulous Notre Dame convent atop the hill.
City StreetsSep 2nd, 2016 by Carl Baehr
Before Whitnall there was Christian Wahl, who helped create city’s parks system.
House ConfidentialAug 31st, 2016 by Michael Horne
Terrace Ave. home cost Manpower exec Robert Elsner $37,000 in 1955, now worth $750,000.
Bar ExamAug 29th, 2016 by Michael Horne
It will be celebrating History Channel's "Milwaukee Blacksmith" show on Tuesday.
Aug 29th, 2016 by Jill Florence Lackey and Rick Petrie
Fun tour is among many in new book, ‘Strolling Through Milwaukee’s Ethnic History.’