With major changes afoot at Alterra, other Milwaukee-bred coffee companies ready themselves for an opening. Step inside the city’s most visible drug war. Escobar’s got nothing on these guys.
|Expect the Unexpected
By forging new alliances, Milwaukee’s artists are creating new shows. And a heady dose of audience anticipation.
No Milwaukee musician can match Paul Cebar’s combination of longevity and connections. Maybe someday, he’ll match that combo with commercial success.
|Meet the Press
From a visit to Woody Allen’s penthouse to a backstage exchange with Mick Jagger and a bodyguard-like act for Caroline Kennedy, Mike Drew spent a lifetime filling his journalistic notebook with eyewitness tales of the wildly famous. Here’s a peek inside.
|The Fine Art of Style
Fall’s trends perfectly complement the advent of the art season.
How a Milwaukee law school became a force in state elections
Known for hazing-like behavior, UWM’s student government has the stability of a failed state. But why?
|The Bridges of Milwaukee County
What it costs to keep the city’s Downtown riverways navigable.
A local artist is behind one of Crate & Barrel’s best-selling paintings.
A smartphone-sized ultrasound helps doctors treat veterans quicker and easier.
Real estate experts spill the beans on what they’re buying in a buyer’s market.
|Happy New Year
The start of school marks our true annual renaissance.
|Ticket to the World
In its fourth edition, the Milwaukee Film Festival streamlines its vision.
Zak’s Cafe in Walker’s Point has built a following for cuisine that’s homey and down-to-earth but not dull.
Sports stars Ryan Braun and Aaron Rodgers lend their names to the new 8-twelve. An early look at the Brookfield restaurant aiming for A-list status.
|Point of View|
The accomplishment, challenges and many other issues facing our county court system, per a conversation with the judge himself.