City StreetsDec 1st, 2016 by Carl Baehr
So does Aldrich St. But these were two wildly different transportation companies.
Nov 29th, 2016 by Jack Mitchell
In 1917 Wisconsin Public Radio began, becoming a model for NPR, others. Excerpt from a book.
City StreetsNov 17th, 2016 by Carl Baehr
Falling Heath? Fairy Chasm? Port Sunlight? A short history of town’s oddest names.
City StreetsNov 3rd, 2016 by Carl Baehr
It was never the center of anything, but named after man who devised the “straight cut.”
Nov 3rd, 2016 by The History Press
Why is Milwaukee the leading city for this uniquely rich treat? Excerpt from new book.
Nov 1st, 2016 by Jordan Garcia
City's citizens advisory committee renames one block of Meinecke Ave.
City StreetsOct 24th, 2016 by Carl Baehr
And part of street, now named Glover, celebrates the freeing of famed fugitive slave.
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."