Bar ExamDec 10th, 2019 by Michael Horne
Walker's Point building dates to 1894, music to 1980s, attitude to 21st century.
Lost MilwaukeeNov 30th, 2019 by Carl Swanson
Two were run by breweries on the Milwaukee River. Fragments of them still can be found.
Nov 26th, 2019 by Will Cushman
1989 law sought to expand our understanding of many native tribes with deep roots in Wisconsin.
Bar ExamNov 5th, 2019 by Michael Horne
Minneapolis brewer spent a lot to redevelop Walker's Point building for first taproom here.
Lost MilwaukeeOct 31st, 2019 by Carl Swanson
In 1922, the secret Order of Owls built a beautiful nest that still stands.
Bar ExamOct 25th, 2019 by Michael Horne
And a post office! Now it's a beer lover's paradise, with more than 60 rotating taps.
City StreetsOct 23rd, 2019 by Carl Baehr
One in Riverwest, one on South Side, each named in 1850s after different people.
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.