Plenty of Horne
Nov 22nd, 2005 by Michael Horne
An article in the Journal of Philanthropy noted that Michael W. Grebe, the former managing partner of Foley & Lardner took an unusual approach to retirement, in that he did not. Instead, the man went right to work running the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation, Inc., the Milwaukee charitable organization with 2003 assets of $579,976,984. […]
Nov 17th, 2005 by Michael Horne
Buffett Foundation Quietly Disperses Big Bucks -- and it's Just the Beginning
Nov 15th, 2005 by Michael Horne
The public technical school will hold its events at Brookfield's Elmbrook Church.
Nov 4th, 2005 by Michael Horne
A Milwaukeeworld Scoop
Sep 21st, 2005 by Michael Horne
Governor Jim Doyle was the guest of honor at a fundraiser at Mocean's on September 16.
Sep 13th, 2005 by Michael Horne
Art Dealer Acted as Middleman in Bud Selig’s $200,000 Matisse Purchase. River Hills Doctor Out $180,000
The RoundupFeb 25th, 2005 by Michael Horne
A Look at the Commerce Secretary’s Statement of Economic Interests
The RoundupMar 15th, 2004 by Michael Horne
David Riemer held a fundraiser and art auction to advance his bid for County Executive. Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design was the place, and over a hundred people showed up to look at the art (a Guido Brink retrospective) and to meet with the candidate March 8th. Wine was served, and the food was […]
The RoundupFeb 16th, 2004 by Michael Horne
Two hundred fifty bucks or a free press pass?
The RoundupFeb 9th, 2004 by Michael Horne
Acting Mayor Pockets $7,500 with no explanation
The RoundupFeb 2nd, 2004 by Michael Horne
Two of Wisconsin’s elder statespeople jumped on the Wesley Clark for President bandwagon recently. Former alderman, secretary of state and attorney Vel Phillips, who most recently issued the oath of office to Acting Mayor Marvin Pratt says she backs the Arkansas general for president. With her support, she joins such black leaders as Charles Rangel […]
The RoundupJan 26th, 2004 by Michael Horne
Rep. Jerry Kleczka is the son of a machinist. A Carpenter wants to replace him.