City Beat: Milwaukee Jazz with Joey Grihalva
City Beat

Milwaukee Jazz with Joey Grihalva

New book is a visual history of Milwaukee's jazz scene.

City Streets: A Great Street Named Newberry
City Streets

A Great Street Named Newberry

Newberry Boulevard has style, charm and park in the middle.

MOWA’s New Exhibit Shows Wisconsin Dells Past and Present

MOWA’s New Exhibit Shows Wisconsin Dells Past and Present

Photographs spanning over a century reveal the allure of this major tourist destination.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Ribbon Cutting Celebrates SEVEN04 Place, Developer Brandon Rule
Eyes on Milwaukee

Ribbon Cutting Celebrates SEVEN04 Place, Developer Brandon Rule

First development from young, African-American developer brings new, affordable housing to Walker's Point.

How Polarized Are State Politicians?

How Polarized Are State Politicians?

Study of roll call votes shows Wisconsin 11th most polarized in the nation.

South Side Church Battles Over Controversial Sign

South Side Church Battles Over Controversial Sign

Residents contend sign features church leader charged of serious crimes.

Op Ed: Prevailing Wage Laws Protect Middle Class
Op Ed

Prevailing Wage Laws Protect Middle Class

They also protect taxpayers from shoddy construction and lower quality work.

DNC Chair Visits Milwaukee

DNC Chair Visits Milwaukee

Chairman Perez says Trump's policies have failed Wisconsin, calls out Republican leaders.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Plan Revitalizes Pompeii Square
Eyes on Milwaukee

Plan Revitalizes Pompeii Square

City allocating $100,000 to revamp memorial to historic Italian church.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Plan Connects Third Ward, Downtown
Eyes on Milwaukee

Plan Connects Third Ward, Downtown

RACM board approves $3.8 million to connect two neighborhoods via Broadway.

Transportation: Evers Touts $75 Million Local Grants Fund
Transportation

Evers Touts $75 Million Local Grants Fund

Competitive grants for local transportation replace state roads fund, includes mass transit.

A Weekend Sculpture Milwaukee Tour

A Weekend Sculpture Milwaukee Tour

Become a member and get half-off tickets for unique guided tour of world-class art.

Plenty of Horne: Tour Book Is Packed With Fun
Plenty of Horne

Tour Book Is Packed With Fun

By a German publisher, '111 Places in Milwaukee That You Must Not Miss' is a surprise.

Op Ed: Remembering Justice Stevens
Op Ed

Remembering Justice Stevens

He died at age 99, but his dissent in Citizens United case lives on.

Now Serving: The Diplomat on Brady Now Serves Lunch
Now Serving

The Diplomat on Brady Now Serves Lunch

And: That Brady St. burger place. Plus: Uncle Buck's locates near Deer District.

Local Climate Change Task Force Proposed

Local Climate Change Task Force Proposed

Common Council okays City-County Joint Task Force on Climate and Economic Equity.

City Hall: Aldermen Blast City’s Call Center
City Hall

Aldermen Blast City’s Call Center

Should you call 286-City to report a pothole? Don't bother, some aldermen say.

Transportation: No Two-Way State Street Until 2020
Transportation

No Two-Way State Street Until 2020

City will repave and transform street in time for the DNC.

Student Debt Earns State a Bad Ranking

Student Debt Earns State a Bad Ranking

Report finds Wisconsin 6th highest in percent of former students with debt.

County Proposal Replaces Youth Prison

County Proposal Replaces Youth Prison

Tells state it can renovate county Juvenile Justice Center to house children now in state prisons.

Meet Paul Ryan’s Rookie Replacement

Meet Paul Ryan’s Rookie Replacement

Bryan Steil has been dubbed Paul Ryan 2.0. True or false?

Dining: Sven’s Cafe in Bay View Has Closed
Dining

Sven’s Cafe in Bay View Has Closed

Pioneer in Bay View redevelopment closed after 15 years. Not clear if anyone will reopen it.

Transportation: WisDOT Plans Increase in Hiawatha Service
Transportation

WisDOT Plans Increase in Hiawatha Service

With $35 million from new budget, WisDOT seeks federal matching grants for expansion.

Transportation: Committee Okays City Pedestrian Plan
Transportation

Committee Okays City Pedestrian Plan

98 pages with 100 actions suggested. But will any of it be funded?

City Hall: 1,893 Lead Service Lines Replaced
City Hall

1,893 Lead Service Lines Replaced

But 75,403 remain. City still on 70-year pace to solve century-old problem.