Feb 15th, 2019 by Catherine Jozwik
Grohmann Museum’s photographic exhibit captures city’s urban farms of the past — and present.
City StreetsFeb 11th, 2019 by Carl Baehr
Planned to reach Mississippi River, it never even got to North Avenue.
City StreetsJan 28th, 2019 by Carl Baehr
Part of it was “Lovers Lane,” all of it made a 38-mile bypass of the city.
MuseumsJan 21st, 2019 by Michael Horne
County Historical Society show reveals city's unique place in "noble experiment" of 1920-1933.
Bar ExamJan 15th, 2019 by Michael Horne
Since building erected in 1906. With same owner since 1970, With volleyball for decades.
City StreetsJan 14th, 2019 by Carl Baehr
Future Hollywood star grew up on street created in 1880s, named after Civil War general.
What’s It Worth?Jan 8th, 2019 by Michael Horne
1897 residence with quite a history, office building since 1951, now houses Falk Legal Group.
City StreetsJan 1st, 2019 by Carl Baehr
City named one street to insult an Abert, only to later honor another Abert with a street.
Bar ExamDec 26th, 2018 by Michael Horne
Most popular stories: neighborhood taverns, a gentleman’s club, a lesbian bar. And some surprises.
House ConfidentialDec 20th, 2018 by Michael Horne
New Shorewood manse gives him three places worth $8.2 million, though one may be sold.
Bar ExamDec 10th, 2018 by Michael Horne
Former Rascals, Murray Tap, in 121-year old building, embraces new East Side.
Dec 6th, 2018 by Michael Horne
Opened in 1915, survived the silent era, the oldest still operating movie theater in Milwaukee.