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Insider News

  • Moonlighting

    Moonlighting

    The County Board is going part time, forcing some of its members to find second jobs.
  • Branching Out

    Branching Out

    A new bank on Milwaukee’s South Side is a sign that things are moving forward – in more ways than …
  • A Pet in Need

    A Pet in Need

    Donated animal blood saves sick cats and dogs and remains in short supply.
  • Little Miracles

    Little Miracles

    A fetal surgery can strengthen the blood bond between twins, and save their lives.

Perspective

  • Q&A: Milwaukee Archbishop Jerome Listecki

    Q&A: Milwaukee Archbishop Jerome Listecki

    A lawyer and native Chicagoan, Milwaukee Archbishop Jerome Listecki heads up the area’s largest, and most talked about, religious group.
  • A Tale of Two Cities

    A Tale of Two Cities

    At first glance, the two main feature stories in this month's issue seem world's apart. Yet, if you read closely, …
  • Reviews: February

    Reviews: February

    The Avalon Theater, Draft & Vessel, NO/NO's new album, 5 Lilies and the Milwaukee County Winter Farmers' Market.
  • Reviews: January

    Reviews: January

    Tosa Resurgence Wauwatosa’s freeways are getting face-lifts to match the new business park on the County Grounds. The Mayfair Collection …

Arts & Culture

  • Forward Fashion

    Forward Fashion

    A traveling fashion show opened doors for many at a time when those doors were frequently locked.
  • Events Best Bets: February

    Events Best Bets: February

    Best Bets for February events in Milwaukee includes: Barbara Morgan, Pedrito Martinez, Sleater-Kinney, "The Amish Project," and Glen Hansard.
  • Last Note

    Last Note

    The story behind Jon Mueller’s unmissable final Death Blues performance.
  • Best Bets: January

    Best Bets: January

    Our staff picks for the best November in Milwaukee has to offer in art, theater, and more.