Classical: The Florentine’s ‘Night at the Opera’ Bows
Classical

The Florentine’s ‘Night at the Opera’ Bows

Not a remake of the 1930s comedy film, but maybe the Bucks caused the sparse turnout.

Photo Gallery: Fishing and Fun at the Washington Park Pond
Photo Gallery

Fishing and Fun at the Washington Park Pond

Dozens of Milwaukee children learned about the joys of fishing and the great outdoors at a how-to event at Washington Park.

No Shame in the School Lunch Line

No Shame in the School Lunch Line

Milwaukee state Rep. LaKeshia Myers is co-sponsoring a bill that would prohibit school districts from singling students out when it’s time to have a midday meal.

NEWaukeean of the Week: Emily Tau
NEWaukeean of the Week

Emily Tau

"My biggest hope is that Milwaukeeans take pride in their city."

The State of Politics: An Uphill Fight for ‘Lame Duck’ Challengers?
The State of Politics

An Uphill Fight for ‘Lame Duck’ Challengers?

Wisconsin’s history shows legislative sessions are legal and necessary -- and the courts have backed them.

State GOP Calls for Stricter Abortion Laws

State GOP Calls for Stricter Abortion Laws

The hot-button issue took center stage Saturday as Wisconsin Republican lawmakers held their annual statewide convention in Oshkosh.

Plats and Parcels: Convention Center Expansion Inches Forward
Plats and Parcels

Convention Center Expansion Inches Forward

Wisconsin Center District hiring Morgan Stanley as banker.

High Tolerance: How State’s Drinking Culture Developed
High Tolerance

How State’s Drinking Culture Developed

Average Wisconsinite has 634 drinks per year, 150 more than the national average.

County Launches Investigation Into Former Register Of Deeds

County Launches Investigation Into Former Register Of Deeds

John La Fave retired after his office was raided by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Study: Geography Plays Role in Wisconsinites’ Health
Study

Geography Plays Role in Wisconsinites’ Health

UW-Madison researchers have noted disparities in a number of areas across the state’s 72 counties.

The Week’s Greatest Hits

The Week’s Greatest Hits

Most popular articles and press releases in the past week

Urban Reads: Bike Lanes Need More Than Paint
Urban Reads

Bike Lanes Need More Than Paint

All the city news you can use.

City Beat: Tim Pauly of Broken Bat Brewing
City Beat

Tim Pauly of Broken Bat Brewing

What's next for the baseball-themed brewery? Pauly talks expansion, overcoming adversity and how to name a baseball beer.

Visual Art: Does This Lady Belong In Our World?
Visual Art

Does This Lady Belong In Our World?

“On Belonging” asks hard questions about history and belonging, but with great beauty.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Robert Greenstreet Stepping Down as Dean of SARUP
Eyes on Milwaukee

Robert Greenstreet Stepping Down as Dean of SARUP

Long-time UWM leader will return to teaching after 29 years at helm of architecture school.

Join Our Tour of Quin Apartments

Join Our Tour of Quin Apartments

We're hosting a members-only open house and tour of a new 70-unit apartment complex in Walker's Point.

Friday Photos: InterLace Boutique Apartments in the Historic Third Ward
Friday Photos

InterLace Boutique Apartments in the Historic Third Ward

From Paintball Dave's to pets and dishwashers.

State Lawmakers at Odds on Education Funding

State Lawmakers at Odds on Education Funding

Republican legislators approve $25M increase in funding state tech schools, but nix Evers’ plan to increase financial aid proposal. Democrats say it falls short.

Urban Travel Guide: Underrated Indianapolis
Urban Travel Guide

Underrated Indianapolis

Milwaukeeans like to think their city is the Midwest's best-kept secret, but maybe it's Indy.

State Filing Suit Against Opioid Manufacturer

State Filing Suit Against Opioid Manufacturer

AG Josh Kaul alleges Purdue Pharma ignited the epidemic of drug overdoses, deaths related to Oxycontin use.

The Race to Curb Speeding in Milwaukee

The Race to Curb Speeding in Milwaukee

Despite recent dangerous crashes, Milwaukee Police are not making changes to the department’s vehicle pursuit policy, officials say.

Collaboration Key to Innovation in Milwaukee

Collaboration Key to Innovation in Milwaukee

Panelists at the startup-themed 5 Lakes Forum said the Great Lakes region has a lot going for it.

Transportation: Breaking Down the Streetcar Financing Plan
Transportation

Breaking Down the Streetcar Financing Plan

How would the city fund the $160 million, three-mile route?

Theater: A Little Baudy, A Bit Risque
Theater

A Little Baudy, A Bit Risque

Skylight’s ‘Kiss Me, Kate’ presents the greatest show Cole Porter ever wrote.

Classical: Philomusica Performs Playful Waltzes
Classical

Philomusica Performs Playful Waltzes

The group is holding its second concert of the season at the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music.