Lost MilwaukeeOct 3rd, 2019 by Carl Swanson
Unlike its two sisters ships, the Milwaukee Clipper still survives. You can even tour it.
Oct 2nd, 2019 by Caroline White
Urban Anthropology brings the study of anthropology out of academia and into the neighborhood.
Bar ExamSep 24th, 2019 by Michael Horne
Cambria Hotel bar honors Brew City with tap and drink menu. And this isn't the first bar at this site.
Best of Doors OpenSep 23rd, 2019 by Laura Thompson
Walnut St. factory is a tangy slice of Milwaukee history and African American culture.
Lost MilwaukeeSep 13th, 2019 by Carl Swanson
It was all because of the picture-postcard 1927 Capitol Drive Bridge.
City StreetsSep 9th, 2019 by Carl Baehr
George Schlinger came from Prussia, had 14 children and some heartbreaking losses.
Bar ExamAug 21st, 2019 by Michael Horne
Classic Milwaukee. Same name since 1981. Wear your cat shirt and get free draft beer.
Lost MilwaukeeAug 20th, 2019 by Carl Swanson
For 33 years, the North Point Lighthouse was operated by an extraordinary woman
City StreetsAug 5th, 2019 by Carl Baehr
Scottish immigrant and early Milwaukeean James Murray figured into history of city.
Out LookAug 1st, 2019 by Michail Takach
So much of the LGBTQ revolution in Milwaukee was the result of his work.
Bar ExamAug 1st, 2019 by Michael Horne
It's in Mequon along the bike path, and the market's bar is long on fish and fishing decor.
Lost MilwaukeeJul 29th, 2019 by Carl Swanson
For 60 years streetcars rattled across the 2,085-foot-long bridge, 90 feet above the Menomonee River Valley.