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April 2012
Best Schools

April 2012
Volume 37
Number 4


Radio Head
The smooth voice you hear during the 10 a.m. to 2p.m. slot on 88Nine Radio Milwaukee belongs to MR. Marcus Doucette a DJ who embodies the diversity of this savvy urban radio station.
By Kurt Chandler

Best Schools
Our comprehensive study of more than 50 area school systems. We even take a peek at Milwaukee’s largest private schools. Plus, our numbers wizards identify the public ones that are rising above the deleterious effects of poverty.
By Matt Hrodey

He Built This City
Developer Barry Mandel has a rep for integrity and a history of inking deals in a stagnant economy. How does he do it?
By John Rondy


Editor’s Letter
The Next Chapter
By Cristina Daglas

Worthy words from you

Edo Does Debussy, the biking gangs of Othello (holy Shakespeare), and strangely alluring portraits.

Milwaukee may have something verdant in common with New Orleans

The milkman cometh—to your back door; a curvaceous Shorewood building’ a Brockness Monster

Ice cream, a surly ensemble and a fetching foot.

The Mil
Names so noted, they get the bold treatment

Flat is fly. The heel-less shoe revolution.

The Observer
Unsavory histories are making some properties a tough sell on the real estate market.
By Matt Hrodey

The National’s new lease on life. And a Brookfield building where eating “clean” is the credo.
By Ann Christenson

Point of View
There’s nothing staid about things handmade. Just ask DIY doyenne Faythe Levine.
By Cristina Daglas

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