Bar ExamJul 22nd, 2017 by Michael Horne
American Legion Post has a classic, 1940s bar, just steps from the Oak Leaf Trail.
Bar ExamJul 13th, 2017 by Michael Horne
1890 Walker's Point building once housed leather, upholstery and wood working shops.
50 Years After the MarchesJul 11th, 2017 by Naomi Waxman
The role of women in the Milwaukee’s open housing marches of the 1960s.
Bar ExamJul 1st, 2017 by Michael Horne
Building moved three times; a veritable history of Polish community.
50 Years After The MarchesJun 22nd, 2017 by Andrea Waxman
The courageous protests of Fr. Groppi and the NAACP Youth Council.
50 Years After The MarchesJun 20th, 2017 by Dean Bibens
Open housing marches of 1967 triggered ugly reactions from whites.
50 Years After The MarchesJun 16th, 2017 by Rebecca Carballo
How Joyce and Ken McGhee persevered against racism.
Bar ExamJun 16th, 2017 by Michael Horne
For decades a mom-and-pop tavern; now a hip hangout.
Bar ExamMay 24th, 2017 by Michael Horne
But precisely who owns it has gotten murky.
Bar ExamMay 5th, 2017 by Michael Horne
Now a jazz club, 1895 building on National Ave. long featured the International House.
Op EdApr 20th, 2017 by Leonard P. Jurgensen
Miller would trash history: last underground arched-brick lagering cellar.
Out LookApr 14th, 2017 by Michail Takach
How a long-running “war on perversion” gave birth to gay pride