May 26th, 2020 by Laurel White
For more than 100 years the state’s political pendulum has swung back and forth.
May 12th, 2020 by Andy Soth
Back in the 1890s, Milwaukee’s clampdown on smallpox outbreak caused fear and fury.
City StreetsMay 11th, 2020 by Carl Baehr
Since 2005, honorary signs for James Cameron, Don Sykes, Mae Elizabeth Dey, many others.
May 1st, 2020 by Jim Malewitz
Milwaukee was one of four cities with lowest rate of disease, at least 30% lower than most cities.
Lost MilwaukeeApr 29th, 2020 by Carl Swanson
A bridge with arches larger and longer than any in America but an avenue 75 miles shorter than first planned.
Apr 26th, 2020 by Elizabeth Dohms-Harter
Entries will become part of historical record documenting life during the pandemic.
Apr 22nd, 2020 by Tessa Conroy
Only state to do a widescale shutdown, and had a mortality rate far lower than the national average.
City StreetsApr 14th, 2020 by Carl Baehr
You may recognize them by the brown signs. That is, if you can access the road.
Mar 29th, 2020 by Samantha Nash
An estimated 50 to 100 million people lost their lives.
Mar 21st, 2020 by Parker Schorr and Bram Sable-Smith
State’s hospitals short on beds, protective gear and staff, though some see reason to hope.
City StreetsMar 17th, 2020 by Carl Baehr
Many of these Milwaukee streets were named after men who emigrated from Ireland.
Lost MilwaukeeMar 9th, 2020 by Carl Swanson
Fur trader Solomon Juneau arrived here in 1818 and saw the potential of Milwaukee.