Welcome to another freezing-cold edition of the Morning Links. Stay warm and read.
- The cold weather has done a number on the floors at the Milwaukee Art Museum, reports the JS. This is not the first time such issues have been seen, and the deal reached this summer should repair some of the problem areas.
- It's a little hard to think about baseball season, but the Brewers signed free agent pitcher Matt Garza yesterday in a $50-million, four-year deal. The pitcher most recently played for the Chicago Cubs and Texas Rangers.
- After President Obama will delivers the State of the Union Address on Tuesday night, he'll take the message on the road to four places – one of which is Milwaukee.
- Everyone knows you can't be a viable presidential candidate without getting some major ink from the Huffington Post. Gov. Scott Walker got closer to that goal with a story over the weekend outlining why he must win re-election this year to stand a chance in 2016.
- Forget what you thought you knew about black holes. You knew nothing? Great, then read on. Stephen Hawking has a completely different theory about black holes. Basically that they don't exist.