City StreetsOct 17th, 2018 by Carl Baehr
Emery Swan came here in 1837. Street he created changes names several times.
BookOct 2nd, 2018 by Kurt Chandler
High seas adventure weathered perilous storms. Excerpt from book on Milwaukee businessman and philanthropist.
City StreetsOct 1st, 2018 by Carl Baehr
North Carolina native Elijah Estes settled in 1830s in area that became Bay View.
Sep 29th, 2018 by Max Nawara
Local museum only one to collect, preserve Wisconsin’s African-American history.
Plenty of HorneSep 20th, 2018 by Michael Horne
A dense ethnic melting pot, the Walker's Point street declined for decades, now booming anew.
City StreetsSep 20th, 2018 by Carl Baehr
Actually named after a Frenchman named Schleisinger, who founded Slinger.
Best of Doors OpenSep 20th, 2018 by Laura Thompson
Walnut St. factory is a tangy slice of Milwaukee history and African American culture.
Bar ExamSep 19th, 2018 by Michael Horne
Many old Milwaukee touches in campy, gay-themed restaurant, bar and arcade.
Bar ExamSep 6th, 2018 by Michael Horne
Brady St. bar has 60 vintage arcade games, 59 beers on tap, great views and loud vibe.
Aug 31st, 2018 by Samantha Nash
Prohibition and WWI antipathy to Germany caused decline; craft breweries and beer gardens bringing it back.
City StreetsAug 29th, 2018 by Carl Baehr
Where is it? How long is it? Short street created in 1929 would stump local trivia experts.
House ConfidentialAug 28th, 2018 by Michael Horne
Lovely $583,000 East Side home built by architect Armand Koch in 1915 for Ogden family.