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Shelter from the Storm
As thousands of children flee Central America for asylum in the U.S., Catholic Charities is preparing temporary housing for hundreds in Milwaukee.  
Web Feature  | Dan Shafer  | 7/24/2014
Reunited in Milwaukee
A Military War Dog reunited with his former Marine Corps handler, and now owner, after two treacherous tours to Afghanistan.  
The Daily Mil  | Aimee Robinson  | 7/18/2014
Miller Park Readies for a (Different) “Beautiful Game”
Soccer stays in the spotlight when a pair of international squads square off in a friendly.  
The Daily Mil  | Greta Weber  | 7/15/2014
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.  
Web Feature  | Matthew Reddin  | 7/11/2014
Magnum Photographers Capture Milwaukee’s Identity
The Milwaukee Art Museum presents "Postcards from America: Milwaukee."  
The Daily Mil  | Greta Weber  | 7/9/2014
Depth Of Field
Milwaukee becomes the focal point for 11 world-renowned photographers.  
Feature Story  | Barbara Miner  | 7/8/2014
Summerfest's Holiday Weekend
The Hold Steady, tasty beer and Melissa Etheridge.  
Music Notes  | Dan Shafer  | 7/7/2014
A House Divided
When iconoclastic artist Mary Nohl died in 2001, she left nearly $10 million to Wisconsin artists and a trove of original art. Plans were made to turn her beachfront house into a small museum. But a handful of neighbors resisted. Now Nohl’s house – and her legacy – will be dismantled and moved to Sheboygan County.  
Feature Story  | Matthew Reddin  | 7/8/2014
Jason Kidd's Odd Introduction
Co-owner Marc Lasry talks mistakes as the Bucks introduce Jason Kidd as head coach.  
The Daily Mil  | Dan Shafer  | 7/2/2014