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On the Air
Wisconsin-native and "This American Life" producer Ben Calhoun brings Badger State stories to a national audience.
POSTED 9/16/2014 |  By Jane Hampden

Dish On Dining
Bonkers for Beer Dinners
Odd Duck hosts the latest Best Of Milwaukee Beer Dinner, featuring a five-course spread.
POSTED 9/15/2014 |  By Ann Christenson

Brew City
Name That Beer
A new nameless brew needs your help. And in a month, Tosa will be knee-deep in beer.
POSTED 9/15/2014 |  By Dan Murphy

Strong Performances Carry “The Drop”
Tom Hardy The Drops it like it’s hot in James Gandolfini’s final film performance.
POSTED 9/12/2014 |  By Tom Fuchs

Cut Lines for Sept. 12, 2014
A vintage sale, two fashion-related exhibits and more.
POSTED 9/12/2014 |  By Claire Hanan

Feature Story
Editor's Choice: The Spice Boys
Read our 2001 profile of Journal Sentinel watchdogs Cary Spivak and Dan Bice.
POSTED 9/11/2014 |  By Milwaukee Magazine Staff

Dish On Dining
A Bloody Mary and Chili Challenge
Local restaurants duke it out in the annual Heat It Up! Competition in Cathedral Square.
POSTED 9/10/2014 |  By Ann Christenson

Dish On Dining
Engine Company No. 3 Now Open
The new breakfast joint is run by La Merenda owner Peter Sandroni.
POSTED 9/4/2014 |  By Ann Christenson

Handle with Care
Wisconsin’s 65-and-older population is booming. With so many issues surrounding senior care, it’s important you know what lies on the road ahead.

Are Taxpayers Fueling a Miller Park Slush Fund?
The home of the Brewers is the most carefully preserved building in the city. Should we pay for it?
Union Man Green Living Lazy Susan