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Downtown Horizons
Plans are on the drawing board that could radically reshape Downtown Milwaukee. Will we make the quantum leap or blow the chance to go big and bold?  
Feature Story  | Dan Shafer  | 10/28/2014
The Black, the Bold, and the Beautifully Versatile
A conversation with modern-day Renaissance man Robert Townsend, the chief creative and financial force behind the now-classic entertainment industry satire, “Hollywood Shuffle” (1987).  
Moviegoers  | Mack Bates  | 10/3/2014
Marching Orders
Some soccer fans are taking a walk.  
The Daily Mil  | Howie Magner  | 9/16/2014
This Drunkard Brewers Walk
As their playoff hopes fade, perhaps some random hope remains.  
Sports Nut  | Howie Magner  | 9/9/2014
Redistricting and the Squeaker in WI-06
Safe district for Republicans has led to a brawl.  
The Daily Mil  | Matt Hrodey  | 8/13/2014
Morning Links for August 11, 2014
A man calling himself the "King of America" is arrested in northern Wisconsin, and a northern Wisconsin musician has a new album streaming.  
The Daily Mil  | Dan Shafer  | 8/11/2014
Where The Heart Is
For some, a building on Center Street is the only thing standing between their lives and homelessness.  
Insider  | Aimee Robinson  | 7/28/2014
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
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
Comfort Zones
Pushing the boundaries of diversity, more racial and ethnic minorities are moving to the suburbs.  
Feature Story  | Larry Sussman  | 6/30/2014