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Rev. Willie Brisco
As a religious activist, the Rev. Willie Brisco doesn’t hold back. Bluntness is his battle-ax against racism and poverty.
By Barbara Miner

 
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Rev. Willie Brisco
As a religious activist, the Rev. Willie Brisco doesn’t hold back. Bluntness is his battle-ax against racism and poverty.
Barbara Miner | 7/29/2014
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 | 7/1/2014
Tiffany Krihwan
As senior captain on Wisconsin’s flagship, the Denis Sullivan, since 2008, Tiffany Krihwan breaks the mold of typical salty (or even freshwater) sea dogs.
Howie Magner | 6/3/2014
John Dargle Jr.
New County Parks director John Dargle Jr. is – dare we say? – still green to the job. But he’s got big plans to shake up the status quo.
Claire Hanan | 4/30/2014
Bob Reitman
Now approaching his sixth decade on Milwaukee’s airwaves, Bob Reitman knows his records (the vinyl kind) from his records (the Guinness variety).
Tim McCormick | 4/2/2014
Nikiya Harris
Milwaukee native Nikiya Harris is a newbie in the state Senate, which isn’t always chummy with the city. But, as one of 13 siblings, she knows how to play nice.
Barbara Miner | 3/5/2014
Lyle Balistreri
Union boss Lyle Balistreri was always ready to rumble when negotiating for tradesmen. But as he retires, he admits confrontation is doomed to fail.
Milwaukee Magazine Staff | 1/31/2014
Laura Gordon
As an actor and director, Laura Gordon knows her way around the stage. Actors can get on her nerves, she admits. But in the end, what they do is miraculous.
Kurt Chandler | 1/8/2014
John Norquist
Ten years out of office, John Norquist wants you to know he doesn't worry (too much) about his legacy. But he doesn't want to talk about you-know-what. Here, the full, unedited conversation with the former mayor.
Tim McCormick | 11/26/2013
James Causey
James Causey is the go-to guy on race issues for the Journal Sentinel. And he’s not one to bury his dreads in the sand.
Barbara Miner | 11/26/2013
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