Art: The Colorful World of Skully Gustafson
Art

The Colorful World of Skully Gustafson

Art, music, performance art, he does it all. Yet it all seems part of the same world.

Court Watch: State Bar Backs Pay Hike for Appointed Lawyers
Court Watch

State Bar Backs Pay Hike for Appointed Lawyers

Hourly fee for court appointed lawyers so low they can lose money on cases.

Op Ed: Walker UW Cuts Will Devastate Universities
Op Ed

Walker UW Cuts Will Devastate Universities

UW-Stevens Point eliminating 13 Liberal Arts Majors is early example.

Campaign Cash: Walker Signs Restrictions on Pro-Worker Rules
Campaign Cash

Walker Signs Restrictions on Pro-Worker Rules

Law restricting local governments backed by Koch Brothers, Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce.

Murphy’s Law: The Whacko Primary for Governor
Murphy’s Law

The Whacko Primary for Governor

Seriously, a dozen or more Democratic candidates? It’s beyond the Republicans’ dreams.

Wisconsin Budget: State Tax System Increases Inequality
Wisconsin Budget

State Tax System Increases Inequality

Top 1% got tax cut of $10,015, bottom 20% got just $175.

Dining:  King Dr. Restaurant Not Big On Bland
Dining

King Dr. Restaurant Not Big On Bland

Mi Casa Su Casa has no fried foods, but plenty of flavor and seasonings.

Now Serving: Black Restaurant Week Offers Deals
Now Serving

Black Restaurant Week Offers Deals

Plus: New Eagle Park Brewing and AXE MKE opening and Buddha Lounge closing.

City Hall: The Remarkable Life of Vel Phillips
City Hall

The Remarkable Life of Vel Phillips

"A giant in our state" dies at 94; city to honor political pioneer with annual award.

Data Wonk: What Do Voters Want from Justices?
Data Wonk

What Do Voters Want from Justices?

Screnock’s defeat suggests they want integrity, not a Supreme Court bought by special interests.

Yesterday’s Milwaukee: When Boston Store Was Big
Yesterday’s Milwaukee

When Boston Store Was Big

It's the end of an era for a downtown department store whose history dates to 1897.

Op Ed: Remembering Barbara Bush
Op Ed

Remembering Barbara Bush

Her warmth and friendliness will be missed by all Americans.

Opioid Crisis: The House Where Addicts Die
Opioid Crisis

The House Where Addicts Die

Five overdose deaths in eight months at a West Side transitional living center.

Campaign Cash: Walker Signs Bill Sought By Landlords
Campaign Cash

Walker Signs Bill Sought By Landlords

Lessens tenant rights and overthrows host of local government controls on rental properties.

$3 Million Grant for Bay View Wetland

$3 Million Grant for Bay View Wetland

City will work with Harbor District and BID to create unique amenity.

Theater: A National Conversation About Guns
Theater

A National Conversation About Guns

On Friday, theaters across the U.S. will do readings of “Natural Shocks’, a new humorous play about guns.

Sponsored: More than Just a Shelter
Sponsored

More than Just a Shelter

For more than 30 years, the Guest House has provided services to men, women, families, veterans and those in need.

Op Ed: Republicans Have Abandoned Their Principles
Op Ed

Republicans Have Abandoned Their Principles

And voters may make them pay in November.

Gallery Night: Old Milwaukee at Urban Milwaukee Store
Gallery Night

Old Milwaukee at Urban Milwaukee Store

Gallery exhibit to feature the grittier Milwaukee of years past.

Murphy’s Law: The Full File on Foxconn
Murphy’s Law

The Full File on Foxconn

City report on Foxconn’s history is eye opening. Why didn’t state do its due diligence?

Campaign Cash: Democratic Group Books $500,000 TV Ads
Campaign Cash

Democratic Group Books $500,000 TV Ads

All for governors race. Falls far short of planned ads for Walker.

MPS Senior Is Top National Debater

MPS Senior Is Top National Debater

Reagan student Daniel Montalvo chosen from among 11,000 students in U.S.

Theater: Is “Our Town” Still Relevant Today?
Theater

Is “Our Town” Still Relevant Today?

Milwaukee Rep’s solid production suggests the answer is (mostly) yes.

Movies: ‘Airplane!’ Creator Returns for Fundraiser
Movies

‘Airplane!’ Creator Returns for Fundraiser

Shorewood native David Zucker will be joined by actor Robert Hays, who starred in movie.

Court Watch: Low Lawyer Fees a “Constitutional Crisis”?
Court Watch

Low Lawyer Fees a “Constitutional Crisis”?

Judge says defendants wait in jail because attorneys won’t work for state pay of $40 hour.