Feb 22nd, 2021 by Graham Kilmer
The Harbor Seagull sank in the inner harbor without injury sometime Sunday night or early Monday morning.
Feb 19th, 2021 by Graham Kilmer
Statue would be erected at state Capitol, the first person of color so honored.
Feb 18th, 2021 by Graham Kilmer
Barrett and council members reflect on racial division and what the renaming symbolizes.
Feb 2nd, 2021 by Ana Martinez-Ortiz
Black history, art, films, food trucks and more.
MKE CountyDec 1st, 2020 by Graham Kilmer
County transit system also holding an annual tribute to parks on all buses.
City StreetsNov 17th, 2020 by Carl Baehr
All on the East Side. Four from Sir Walter Scott novels and a couple Harvard connections.
Plenty of HorneOct 25th, 2020 by Michael Horne
Two vacant lots in Milwaukee are classic examples of "Urban Infill."
City StreetsOct 20th, 2020 by Carl Baehr
Two streets, two Milwaukee pioneers and a downtown square with a curious history.
Sep 21st, 2020 by Jake Zuckerman
‘We have done such a poor job.' Wisconsin was a leader in 1918, says historian.
City StreetsSep 16th, 2020 by Carl Baehr
Why a street evoking English china? Why were sidewalks behind the houses?
MKE CountySep 14th, 2020 by Graham Kilmer
Proposal would rename Wahl Park on city's northwest side for famed abolitionist.
Back in the NewsSep 2nd, 2020 by Bruce Murphy
Milwaukee is very diverse, Wisconsin’s least racist city, he tells Washington DC radio station.