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Journey & Def Leppard to Headline Summerfest’s American Family Insurance Amphitheater July 4th
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Journey & Def Leppard to Headline Summerfest’s American Family Insurance Amphitheater July 4th

Journey & Def Leppard set colossal co-headlining North American tour. 58-City Tour Kicks-Off May 21ST

Murphy’s Law: How CEOs Leave Workers Behind
Murphy’s Law

How CEOs Leave Workers Behind

CEOs Rich Meeusen and Tim Sullivan get rich while workers get nothing.

Classical: Popular Thanksgiving Concert Returns
Classical

Popular Thanksgiving Concert Returns

Present Music's annual concert, as always, offers a big ensemble and a surprising program.

Torinus: How the Mighty Have Fallen
Torinus

How the Mighty Have Fallen

Journal Sentinel staff a third of what if was 20 years ago. Under Gannett it will only get worse.

The State of Politics: Who Will Lead the Democratic Party?
The State of Politics

Who Will Lead the Democratic Party?

Five candidates seek the difficult job of trying to revive the minority party in Wisconsin.

Murphy’s Law: Journal Sentinel Jumps on Sinking Ship
Murphy’s Law

Journal Sentinel Jumps on Sinking Ship

Prospectus shows all 13 newspapers the new Journal company absorbs are losing money.

Murphy’s Law: Foundation Helps Herb Kohl Get $20 Million Windfall
Murphy’s Law

Foundation Helps Herb Kohl Get $20 Million Windfall

His “$100 million gift” to Greater Milwaukee Foundation will gain him huge tax break for supporting new NBA arena.

Back in the News: We Hate You Steve Smith
Back in the News

We Hate You Steve Smith

No, reporters at the Journal Sentinel are not happy about all the layoffs. And they clearly blame the company’s CEO.

Back in the News: Why Steve Smith Sold the Journal Sentinel
Back in the News

Why Steve Smith Sold the Journal Sentinel

Did debt -- and Smith’s broadcast purchases -- force sale of newspaper?

Murphy’s Law: How Buyout Could Hurt the Journal Sentinel
Murphy’s Law

How Buyout Could Hurt the Journal Sentinel

10 ways the deal will impact the newspaper, the media world and this city.

Plenty of Horne: Goodbye Faye McBeath Foundation
Plenty of Horne

Goodbye Faye McBeath Foundation

The foundation created by a Milwaukee Journal heir gave untold millions to local causes since 1960s, but will spend its final assets this year.

Murphy’s Law: Women Need Not Apply
Murphy’s Law

Women Need Not Apply

Led by MGIC, seven of Wisconsin’s top companies are men’s clubs, with no women in the executive suite.