Aug 15th, 2008 by Jeramey Jannene
Kudos to Kohl's for continuing to push the envelope by powering more and more stores with solar power.
May 23rd, 2008 by Ted Bobrow
The Wizard of Waukesha is bringing his act to Milwaukee’s Pabst Theatre in June! If you don’t know the significance of that sentence then you don’t know the history of rock and roll. Les Paul, who turns 93 on June 9th, grew up in Waukesha and is probably more responsible for the popular music of […]
Apr 16th, 2008 by Jeramey Jannene
FO BEVERAGES A HOBBY Originally uploaded by strobist Great Lakes Distillery, Milwaukee’s local vodka distiller, is moving their operations from Capital and Holton to 616 W Virginia St in The Tannery complex of buildings. This has been picked up by a lot of other sources (including the JS, The Daily Reporter, RNN, and the Business […]
Dec 15th, 2007 by Jeramey Jannene
Alterra Spring Originally uploaded by MilwaukeeMark A new Alterra Coffee Roasters is opening today at 2999 N. Humboldt Blvd. near the intersection of Humboldt and Locust just over the river into Riverwest. According to Alterra… On Saturday, December 15th, the Alterra café on Humboldt Boulevard will open its doors, joining neighbors Loop Yarn Shop and […]
Dec 1st, 2007 by Amber Herzog
After seven rounds, nationally-recognized Art vs. Craft has become a Milwaukee institution – by way of minimally institutional principles. Also an anomaly: over 75 progressively-minded, “new wave” artists, crafters and designers will be vending their handmade and independent wares – just in time for the holiday feeding frenzy.
Plenty of HorneJul 31st, 2007 by Michael Horne
Foundation to IRS: Pabst shares have no book value; ask $200K refund
Plenty of HorneJan 11th, 2007 by Michael Horne
Claims Rise Greatly in Purcell Era Include Awards for “Mismanagement,” “Unsuitability,” “Failure to Supervise,” “Breach of Fiduciary Duty,” “Negligence.”
Plenty of HorneNov 30th, 2006 by Michael Horne
Business group holds gala; Website launched
Plenty of HorneNov 15th, 2006 by Michael Horne
Since indictments were handed down last January, the U.S. Attorney in New Orleans, Jim Letten, has secured six convictions in the wide-ranging case.
Plenty of HorneSep 8th, 2006 by Michael Horne
"City will court other Wi-Fi providers" -- Ald. Michael J. Murphy
The RoundupApr 4th, 2005 by Michael Horne
"Well, if I was a consumer I would say, "Why in the hell is the United States No. 13 and heading south in broadband deployment?"
The RoundupMar 21st, 2005 by Michael Horne
The changes were announced in an email sent to “Everyone JSI.”