Jul 18th, 2022 by Graham Kilmer
New, five-story museum inspired by state's natural bluffs and waters.
Jul 6th, 2022 by Lorin Cox
House and museum is the only authenticated underground railroad stop in the state.
Book ExcerptMar 31st, 2022 by Carl Swanson
Anna Louise Sullivan poisoned her husband, stepson and others and was very jolly about it. Excerpt from ‘Historic Milwaukee Crimes.’
Plenty of HorneJan 3rd, 2022 by Michael Horne
E-flat giant weighs 20,505 pounds, making it the third largest bell ever cast in U.S.
Dec 29th, 2021 by Peter Cameron
Fr. Robert Cornell loved rock music and served two terms as a Democratic congressman.
What’s It Worth?Sep 14th, 2021 by Michael Horne
The A.D. Meiselbach factory employed William Harley, then 15, and profited from the nation's 1890's bicycle craze.
Sep 7th, 2021 by Carl Baehr
Over 180 years, rising from pig-filled mud-hole to Courthouse Square to a recreational hub of East Town.
Op EdAug 28th, 2021 by State Rep. Don Vruwink
Workers had to fight for contemporary labor standards, and much work still remains.
Bar ExamAug 20th, 2021 by Michael Horne
Historic mansion was home to Milwaukee beer baron Captain Frederick Pabst.
Milwaukee WalksJun 12th, 2021 by Cari Taylor-Carlson
So many housing styles and interesting architecture in what was once called ‘Skunk Grove.’
City StreetsMay 25th, 2021 by Carl Baehr
The street gets its name from an early Milwaukee family, with ties to the founding of the parks system.
Book ExcerptMay 4th, 2021 by Jim Cryns
New book remembers a beloved home for the Brewers, Packers and rock’n’roll.