Friday Photos: The Vanishing Bradley Center
Friday Photos

The Vanishing Bradley Center

The Fortress on Fourth looks much less imposing these days.

The Mystique of Urban Farms

The Mystique of Urban Farms

Grohmann Museum’s photographic exhibit captures city’s urban farms of the past — and present.

Op Ed: Let’s Curb Manufacturing Tax Credit
Op Ed

Let’s Curb Manufacturing Tax Credit

It hasn’t created jobs and mostly helps millionaires. Evers plan would trim and target it.

Oscar Films: ‘The Wife’ and the Best Actresses
Oscar Films

‘The Wife’ and the Best Actresses

Several strong nominees but Glenn Close’s performance in 'The Wife' stands out.

State Trails Nation on Women Legislators

State Trails Nation on Women Legislators

Wisconsin in decline since 2003, far fewer women candidates and winners than neighboring states.

Why They’re In Prison

Why They’re In Prison

Offenses for men and women inmates in state prisons.

Oscar Films: ‘Roma’ Is a Masterpiece
Oscar Films

‘Roma’ Is a Masterpiece

But will its origin via Netflix doom its chances of winning Academy’s favor?

Evers Will Give Pardons

Evers Will Give Pardons

Reversing Walker’s policy, governor to consider pardons, as other predecessors did.

MMSD Plans $1.4 Billion of Improvements

MMSD Plans $1.4 Billion of Improvements

Sewerage district has ambitious six-year plan for 411-square-mile regions it serves.

Hagedorn Backs School That Bans Gays

Hagedorn Backs School That Bans Gays

State Supreme Court candidate on board of school that bans gay teachers, students, parents.

City Hall: Council Will Now Make Flag Decision
City Hall

Council Will Now Make Flag Decision

Will city ever have new flag? Council punted issue to arts board and board punted it back.

Photo Gallery: 23rd Cullen Healthy Heart Run a Success
Photo Gallery

23rd Cullen Healthy Heart Run a Success

Some 500 people brave the freeze to raise money for Medical College of Wisconsin.

City Hall: City Struggles to Keep Up Snow Plowing
City Hall

City Struggles to Keep Up Snow Plowing

Problems include aging equipment, staff shortages and inexperienced operators.

Classical: Two Different Kinds of Romance
Classical

Two Different Kinds of Romance

Philomusica Quartet plays romantic works by Grieg and Dvorak and a Bruckner rarity.

Sponsored: Perspectives From a Runner’s Sole
Sponsored

Perspectives From a Runner’s Sole

Join runner Shilo Titus at the upcoming Milwaukee Marathon.

House Confidential: Register of Deeds John LaFave’s Domicile
House Confidential

Register of Deeds John LaFave’s Domicile

His deeds are now being investigated by FBI. He lives in a modest Brown Deer ranch home.

Op Ed: DNR Must Stop Coal Pollution
Op Ed

DNR Must Stop Coal Pollution

We Energies pollutes Lake Michigan, adding to toxic mercury levels harmful to babies.

MKE County: County Officials Offer Antidote to Youth Prisons
MKE County

County Officials Offer Antidote to Youth Prisons

Won’t be “a prison,” they say, promising humane alternative to Lincoln Hills, Copper Lake.

GOP Senators, Too, Resist Honoring Kaepernick

GOP Senators, Too, Resist Honoring Kaepernick

They remove Milwaukee native and former NFL star from black history resolution, but won’t say why.

Special Ed Funding Gap Hits $1 Billion

Special Ed Funding Gap Hits $1 Billion

That’s per year, new report says. Schools required to provide education, but it's grossly underfunded.

Murphy’s Law: Republicans Discover the Middle Class
Murphy’s Law

Republicans Discover the Middle Class

But their proposed tax cut is unfunded and doesn’t address state’s tax inequity.

PeppNation Has Helped 14,000 Local Youth

PeppNation Has Helped 14,000 Local Youth

Founded in 2010, non-profit provides sports leadership, mentoring programs to youth all year.

City Hall: Three City Libraries Will Get Solar
City Hall

Three City Libraries Will Get Solar

But city wants to install five times more solar power and faces We Energies opposition.

Tickets, Tickets, and More Tickets!

Tickets, Tickets, and More Tickets!

Urban Milwaukee is offering all kinds of tickets & freebies to new members. Check our list.

Now Serving: Downtown Gets New Pasta Restaurant
Now Serving

Downtown Gets New Pasta Restaurant

Plus: New halal restaurant for Mitchell St., new pasta bar at East Side food hall.