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Michail Takach

Growing up in a time of great downtown reinvention, Michail Takach has been fascinated with Milwaukee’s urban culture, architecture and history since a young age. As an author, historian, nonprofit leader and communications professional, he has a relentless commitment to celebrating our local color.  With his weekly column, Out Look, Michail seeks to expand the Milwaukee LGBTQ narrative in new directions.

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PrideFest Milwaukee makes history with record-breaking attendance
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PrideFest Milwaukee makes history with record-breaking attendance

30th anniversary celebration welcomed over 37,000 guests

Now Serving: The Return of Hamburger Mary’s
Now Serving

The Return of Hamburger Mary’s

Moxie's opens in Whitefish Bay. And Downtown loses Bruegger's bagels.

Back in the News: Journal Sentinel Archive Will Return?
Back in the News

Journal Sentinel Archive Will Return?

JS President blames computer mixup, pledges return of 120-year archive, won't say when.

PrideFest Milwaukee celebrates triumph over tragedy
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PrideFest Milwaukee celebrates triumph over tragedy

Community unites for largest LGBTQ pride celebration ever

Milwaukee Pride responds to Orlando tragedy
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Milwaukee Pride responds to Orlando tragedy

PrideFest honors victims and families with tribute events

Milwaukee Pride, Inc. appoints Eric Heinritz executive director
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Milwaukee Pride, Inc. appoints Eric Heinritz executive director

New role advances non-profit mission and impact

HMI Doors Open 2011 Recommendations

HMI Doors Open 2011 Recommendations

Imagine this for a moment -- you’re a kid in a candy store, and as things go, this candy store is opening for the first time ever and only for one weekend. Oh gosh. You’ve dreamed of this cornucopia of confections so many times before, you know every name and shiny wrapper in the store... but your eyes are bigger than your stomach. How can you pick just a choice few, knowing your slight allowance won’t let you have all that you want? It’s the best and worst kind of agony.