|Beerless In Brewtown
The secret life of a teetotaler in the city that made beer famous. By Mitch Teich
Milwaukee Magazine Staff | 12/3/2013
Naturalist Increase Lapham is considered Wisconsin’s first great scientist. He lived and died in the Milwaukee area, but there’s hardly a trace of his legacy in the city.
Martha Bergland | 11/11/2013
|Running on Empty
The daily beat of life gets interrupted when a separate reality lands in our path, reminding us that comfort and privilege are not necessarily the norm.
Kurt Chandler | 9/30/2013
A backstage pass isn’t the only path to a glimpse behind the curtain. By Steve Johnstone
Milwaukee Magazine Staff | 9/6/2013
|Safe Haven's Gift
After years of infertility and a whirlwind 22 hours to prepare, a couple’s quest for a family is fulfilled. By Jennifer Bradley
Milwaukee Magazine Staff | 7/2/2013
Sometimes, the path to recovery involves an actual path. By Stacie M. Williams
Milwaukee Magazine Staff | 4/29/2013
How Wisconsin trails the nation when it comes to one equal-rights issue.
Kurt Chandler | 4/1/2013
Finding renewal through the destruction of things once deemed permanent. By Christi Clancy
Milwaukee Magazine Staff | 3/4/2013
One Milwaukee love story opens a window into the city’s past.
Liam Callanan | 1/21/2013
They wanted to build a Packers stadium. They ended up with so much more.
Howie Magner | 12/17/2012