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James Foley

James Foley, one of the first Milwaukee Fire Department Chiefs.

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Marquette to host traveling photo exhibition of papal visits to the Holy Land
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Marquette to host traveling photo exhibition of papal visits to the Holy Land

Building Bridges of Faith: Photographs of Papal Visits to the Holy Land, 1964–2014 on display through Nov. 11

Milwaukee Film Festival Announces Expected Festival Guests
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Milwaukee Film Festival Announces Expected Festival Guests

Headliners include Academy Award-winner John Ridley, Emmy Award-winner Sam Pollard, The Blind Side actor Quinton Aaron, Silicon Valley actor Martin Starr, and Arrested Development actor Mae Whitman

Disney’s Queen of Katwe and Academy Award-Winners Highlight Spotlight Presentations
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Disney’s Queen of Katwe and Academy Award-Winners Highlight Spotlight Presentations

Festival opens with Life, Animated from Academy Award-winner Roger Ross Williams. Milwaukee 53206: A Community Serves Time returns to Milwaukee after sold-out June premiere

City Streets: KK Is Bay View’s Main Street
City Streets

KK Is Bay View’s Main Street

With a rich history, labor unrest and streetcar deaths, going back to 1865.

City Streets: Erie Street Was Gas Powered
City Streets

Erie Street Was Gas Powered

The Gas Works that began lighting the city in 1852 nearly caught fire in epic 1892 conflagration.

John and Diane Foley, parents of Marquette alumnus James Foley, to attend Mass of Remembrance for their son on Sunday
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John and Diane Foley, parents of Marquette alumnus James Foley, to attend Mass of Remembrance for their son on Sunday

It is the first of three events at Marquette this month to remember James Foley.

Marquette names first-ever James Foley scholar
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Marquette names first-ever James Foley scholar

“James Foley is the type of man I strive to be every day, and I could not be more honored and humbled to be the first Foley scholar.”

Yesterday’s Milwaukee: Milwaukee Fire Department, 1912
Yesterday’s Milwaukee

Milwaukee Fire Department, 1912

A fleet of GM Cartercars at the downtown Engine House One, located on Broadway since 1872.