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Frank Alioto

Frank Alioto is a member of the Milwaukee Fire Department. Alioto, a Lower East Side resident, is the author of Milwaukee’s Brady Street Neighborhood. He was profiled by Judith Ann Moriarty for Urban Milwaukee in October of 2012.

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Plenty of Horne: Second Thoughts on Brady Street Building
Plenty of Horne

Second Thoughts on Brady Street Building

At meeting of neighborhood residents some push for a park, but idea doesn't carry the day.

Plenty of Horne: Neighbors Fight for Brady St. Fire Station
Plenty of Horne

Neighbors Fight for Brady St. Fire Station

But by the end of public meeting held by Ald. Kovac many seemed resigned to its loss.

Bar Exam: Roman Coin a Pub For Pooches
Bar Exam

Roman Coin a Pub For Pooches

Pets are welcome at the historic, 1890 tavern. It's a classic hangout.

Eyes on Milwaukee: New High Rise for East Side
Eyes on Milwaukee

New High Rise for East Side

It's a 13-story, 153-unit apartment building and neighbors seem to love the idea!

Brady Street’s Delicate Balancing Act

Brady Street’s Delicate Balancing Act

Residents strive to keep a healthy mix of uses in their densely populated neighborhood.

Plenty of Horne: Brady Street Apartments Debated at Meeting
Plenty of Horne

Brady Street Apartments Debated at Meeting

And Frank Alioto gives remarkable speech about Brady Street's potential.

Taverns: Roman Coin’s 125-Year-Old Pabst Bar
Taverns

Roman Coin’s 125-Year-Old Pabst Bar

The only tavern built by the Pabst Theater's architect has been a Brady Street mainstay since the 1890s.

City People: Frank Alioto
City People

Frank Alioto

He’s a fireman, an author, a walking tour guide, and a true urbanite.