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Wrecked Vessel in Walkers Point
Buried beneath the historic Nazro Hardware Building in Milwaukee’s Fifth Ward lies the hull of a wrecked steam boat, the SS Cincinnati, built in 1836.  
Intersections  | Aimee Robinson  | 8/5/2014
A Tangible Reality: "Letters to Ashleigh"
South Milwaukee native and award-winning filmmaker Kyle Olson and the Love family are all set to premiere their mutual passion project.  
Moviegoers  | Mack Bates  | 8/1/2014
Town Criers
As community news outlets disappear, a new breed of hyperlocal websites springs up.  
Pressroom  | Jane Hampden  | 7/29/2014
Rev. Willie Brisco
As a religious activist, the Rev. Willie Brisco doesn’t hold back. Bluntness is his battle-ax against racism and poverty.  
Point of View  | Barbara Miner  | 7/29/2014
One-Horned Wonder
Timothy Westbrook has constructed a fantasy land grounded in environmental and historical realities.  
Events  | Debra Brehmer  | 7/29/2014
Crack of Dawn
We have nothing but accolades for these top-of-the-morning standouts, served up in geographic pecking order.  
Feature Story  | Ann Christenson  | 7/28/2014
The Aftermath
The dust is still settling from the contentious 2011 battle over Act 10. And both sides are looking for ways to work together, despite lingering feelings of uncertainty and mistrust.  
Feature Story  | Erik Gunn  | 7/28/2014
The Bus To Nowhere
Will we ever get a dedicated funding source for (gasp!) public transit?  
Insider  | Larry Sandler  | 7/28/2014
Tippling Point
When a sister is arrested for drunk driving, the consequences are eye-opening.  
Insider  | Corrinne Hess  | 7/1/2014
Scholars' Row
Once a collegiate free-for-all, the neighborhoods around UWM are growing up.  
Insider  | Kristine Hansen  | 7/1/2014