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Kurt Chandler

Editor Kurt Chandler was a senior editor at Milwaukee Magazine beginning in 1998, writing profiles, narratives and commentaries. In previous lives, he worked construction, drove a cab and played the banjo (not necessarily at the same time). He’s toiled in journalism as a magazine writer, newspaper reporter and author of books for nearly three decades now, and unmindful of his father’s advice, he has nothing to fall back on. Yet Chandler is not without a specialized set of skills: He can take notes in the dark and is pretty good with active verbs.

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Checks and Balances
There are number of legal precautions to take in your later years. And they don’t have to be painful.
Kurt Chandler  | Feature Story  | Posted: 8/25/2014
Kurt Chandler's editor's letter from the August issue of Milwaukee Magazine.
Kurt Chandler  | Editor's Letter  | Posted: 8/7/2014
Frank Gimbel
In his 50-year career, attorney Frank Gimbel has prosecuted the mafia and overseen the city’s arenas and convention center. He’s used to the hot seat.
Kurt Chandler  | Point of View  | Posted: 7/1/2014
The Piano Lesson
How 88 old keys found one new purpose.
Kurt Chandler  | Essay  | Posted: 3/4/2014
Abandoned Dreams
How Milwaukee is dealing with some 5,000 vacant and abandoned houses.
Kurt Chandler  | At Random  | Posted: 1/22/2014
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Checks and Balances
POSTED 8/25/2014

Frank Gimbel
POSTED 7/1/2014