Feb 27th, 2020 by Chris Walker
New documentary captures life and impact of Milwaukee civil rights crusader.
City StreetsFeb 20th, 2020 by Carl Baehr
Edward Dwight Holton: teetotaler, abolitionist, storekeeper, bank president and public servant.
Plenty of HorneFeb 10th, 2020 by Michael Horne
Newsbank, JS owners look to squeeze libraries for millions and they can't afford to pay it.
Lost MilwaukeeFeb 9th, 2020 by Carl Swanson
How Harry Soref built a company that produced 80,000 padlocks per day.
City StreetsJan 23rd, 2020 by Carl Baehr
There’s still a city street that honors him. Or is it named after a Town of Granville settler?
Book ExcerptJan 16th, 2020 by Adam Levin
New book captures a fading part of the city’s history.
Jan 13th, 2020 by Jeramey Jannene
New exhibit highlights a wide variety of Milwaukee's history.
Bar ExamJan 9th, 2020 by Michael Horne
South Side bar opened in December with new style in tavern dating to 1880s.
Lost MilwaukeeJan 6th, 2020 by Carl Swanson
Once among nation’s top 5 candy producers, with 16 companies and the fabled Giant Bar.
Top 10 of 2019Dec 29th, 2019 by Michael Horne
Leading the way were stories on an 1886 firehouse and a giant refrigerated warehouse.
City StreetsDec 27th, 2019 by Carl Baehr
1920s program purged most, but streets with multiple names popping up in recent decades.
What’s It WorthDec 17th, 2019 by Michael Horne
American Family Insurance to redevelop building that had nationally unique, integrated WPA program.