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On the Move and Up for Discussion
Mary Nohl's internationally recognized Fox Point home and its pending move to Sheboygan County was the focus of a public forum at the Milwaukee Art Museum.

What Catholics Think
The heady, multi-faceted path to the Church's future.
| 6/11/2014
Owning the Bucks, and the Night
Marc Lasry and Wes Edens cap busy day by quaffing cold ones with fans.
| 5/30/2014
Sh-t People Say on Capitol Hill
"You need to have an exit strategy."
| 5/22/2014

 
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On the Move and Up for Discussion
Mary Nohl's internationally recognized Fox Point home and its pending move to Sheboygan County was the focus of a public forum at the Milwaukee Art Museum.
Matthew Reddin | 7/11/2014
What Catholics Think
The heady, multi-faceted path to the Church's future.
Matt Hrodey | 6/11/2014
Owning the Bucks, and the Night
Marc Lasry and Wes Edens cap busy day by quaffing cold ones with fans.
Dan Shafer | 5/30/2014
Sh-t People Say on Capitol Hill
"You need to have an exit strategy."
Matt Hrodey | 5/22/2014
The John Doe’s Silvery Lining
Why the debate over allowing the John Doe case to proceed could be more important than the investigation itself.
Matt Hrodey | 5/9/2014
Is Voter I.D. Dead?
Tuesday's ruling is only the latest episode in an evolving legal struggle, but it could be the beginning of the end.
Matt Hrodey | 4/30/2014
Last Words
An interview with former Milwaukee County executive Tom Ament revealed he was a blunt, insightful politician to the very end.
Larry Sandler | 3/26/2014
If These Walls Could Talk
Built in 1881, the Ward Memorial Hall on the Milwaukee Soldier's Home Grounds has been in desperate need of a facelift since 1989. And this spring, it finally gets one.
Aimee Robinson | 3/14/2014
Behind the Story: For Love & Money
How we developed the story, photos and cover for our March 2014 feature story on same-sex marriage.
Abby Callard | 2/25/2014
The Biggest Diamond in the City’s Jewelry Box
The annual cleaning of the Pabst Theater’s chandelier is a delicate process – one that attracts volunteers each and every year.
Taylor Patton | 2/21/2014
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