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Historic Third Ward Needs New Leader

Historic Third Ward Needs New Leader

Search for successor of longtime executive director Nancy O’Keefe is underway.

Plenty of Horne: The Return of Condos
Plenty of Horne

The Return of Condos

First condos since 2008 announced for Third Ward by developer Peter Renner.

Plenty of Horne: Is Kimpton Hotel “Project of the Decade”?
Plenty of Horne

Is Kimpton Hotel “Project of the Decade”?

Kimpton Journeyman Hotel opens in Third Ward, to cheers of city and civic officials.

Plenty of Horne: New Penthouse for Old Third Ward Building
Plenty of Horne

New Penthouse for Old Third Ward Building

Eppstein Uhen short of space in Headquarters; Bauman rips Summerfest traffic woes; and his challenger kicks off campaign

Friday Photos: Streetcar Signing Is Quite a Celebration
Friday Photos

Streetcar Signing Is Quite a Celebration

The mayor, business leaders and pols toasted the streetcar in Cudahy's Irish Pub, with Michael Cudahy on hand.

Plenty of Horne: Riverfront Apartments Approved
Plenty of Horne

Riverfront Apartments Approved

The 216,906 square foot, 133-unit, mixed-use, retail and apartment building will have splendid views of the river.

In Public: The Resistible Rise of Public Art
In Public

The Resistible Rise of Public Art

More and more of it is scattered about the city. But how much of it does anyone actually like? 

Plenty of Horne: Rep. Petri’s Daughter is Washington Post Columnist
Plenty of Horne

Rep. Petri’s Daughter is Washington Post Columnist

Alexandra Petri's brilliant column ridicules the concept of "affluenza" but she may inherit the malady from her dad.

Is an “Art Island” Possible?

Is an “Art Island” Possible?

Art Milwaukee’s idea to transform a RR swing bridge is intriguing but has hurdles to overcome.

A Cheers-like Community?

A Cheers-like Community?

How the Historic Third Ward Association helped create a unique neighborhood.

Milwaukee Public Market Manager Resigns

Milwaukee Public Market Manager Resigns

The general manager of the Milwaukee Public Market, Meg Rauschenberger, has resigned, ending the term of the third manager since the market opened in October of 2005.  Instead of giving the fourth a chance, the Third Ward Association has elected not to replace the general manager position.  Looking to trim overhead the market management team […]