Op Ed: Oppose the Pay-to-Park Plan!
Op Ed

Oppose the Pay-to-Park Plan!

County plan would charge $3.50 per hour to park in 76 parks and parkways.

Friday Photos: Jackson Rising
Friday Photos

Jackson Rising

Latest addition to N. Jackson St. getting facade installed.

Classical: A Touch of Glass
Classical

A Touch of Glass

Frankly Music plays all minimalism. By Philip Glass, yes, but Tchaikovsky?

Court Watch: Voter’s Choice, Burns vs. Dallet
Court Watch

Voter’s Choice, Burns vs. Dallet

Two Supreme Court candidates answer questions, but Screnock declines.

We Cut 20 Tons of Carbon Emissions

We Cut 20 Tons of Carbon Emissions

Non-profit Cool Choices uses games to convince even Republicans to go green.

Movies: McDormand Oscar-Worthy in ‘Three Billboards’
Movies

McDormand Oscar-Worthy in ‘Three Billboards’

Role of ferocious mother dominates grim, funny film by Irish playwright.

Op Ed: Stop Pollution From Manure Spreading
Op Ed

Stop Pollution From Manure Spreading

Will DNR protect drinking water or higher profits for mega-farms?

Local Black Women Say “Me Too”

Local Black Women Say “Me Too”

Milwaukee survey finds half of women say they were harassed in work place.

Campaign Cash: Walker Donor Given State Park Land
Campaign Cash

Walker Donor Given State Park Land

State approves giving Herbert Kohler lakeshore parkland for his golf course.

Bar Exam: America’s Leading Concertina Bar
Bar Exam

America’s Leading Concertina Bar

Formerly Altenburg's, now Kochanski's, still preserving an old Milwaukee tradition.

Court Watch: West Allis is Top Debtors’ Prison
Court Watch

West Allis is Top Debtors’ Prison

Jails more ordinance violators than all other county municipalities combined.

Movies: ‘The Shape Of Water’ Is Stunning
Movies

‘The Shape Of Water’ Is Stunning

Director’s distinctive style creates a beauty-and-beast romance in a dark fascist world.

Murphy’s Law: Can Dallet Win Supreme Court Primary?
Murphy’s Law

Can Dallet Win Supreme Court Primary?

Outspoken Madison liberal Tim Burns stands in her way.

Energy Controls Could Create 44,000 Jobs

Energy Controls Could Create 44,000 Jobs

Study shows new technology could be made by area companies with state support.

Op Ed: UW Extension Could Have More Impact
Op Ed

UW Extension Could Have More Impact

Its 1600 employees could beef up depleted regional UW campuses.

Rebuilding a North Side Community Center

Rebuilding a North Side Community Center

Renovated Kujichagulia Lutheran Center on 39th and Capitol will offer range of community-help programs.

Eyes on Milwaukee: City Won’t Get Amazon Headquarters
Eyes on Milwaukee

City Won’t Get Amazon Headquarters

Amazon eliminates Milwaukee, 207 other applicants bidding for its second headquarters.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Council Grills Mayor, City Health Staff
Eyes on Milwaukee

Council Grills Mayor, City Health Staff

Tense meeting with unprecedented scrutiny of mayor and few answers from staff.

Travel Channel Seeks City’s Secret “Treasure”

Travel Channel Seeks City’s Secret “Treasure”

"Expedition Unknown" to search for unique ceramic cask buried in 1981 but never found.

Data Wonk: Behold the Elephant Chart
Data Wonk

Behold the Elephant Chart

It shows global and U.S. changes benefit 1%; who are the losers?

Op Ed: Water Pollution Skyrockets Under Walker
Op Ed

Water Pollution Skyrockets Under Walker

His own data shows addition of 804 polluted waterways.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Council Launches Health Dept. Probe
Eyes on Milwaukee

Council Launches Health Dept. Probe

In wake of Bevan Baker's ouster, council investigating Barrett administration decisions.

Now Serving: New Restaurant, Bakery in Walker’s Point
Now Serving

New Restaurant, Bakery in Walker’s Point

Neighborhood also has new nighttime brunch bar pop-up. Finally, booze and cereal!

Activist Tackles Education Disparities

Activist Tackles Education Disparities

YWCA community engagement manager Jamaal Smith pushes for change.

Eyes on Milwaukee: City Settles with American Sewer
Eyes on Milwaukee

City Settles with American Sewer

Embattled firm loses nearly $1 million in work.