April 2007

April 2007 Volume 32 Issue 4   Features Hottest Place to Live They may come as a surprise – South Milwaukee, St. Francis, Cudahy. Learn about the areas where house prices values are soaring. By Caroline Goyette   Last Man Standing Darnell Cole is in charge of running MATC. But as he faces criticism from the union and board of directors, it’s clear how little people know about his job or the institution for which he works. By Erik Gunn   Fashion: The Fab Five Everyone needs a spring wardrobe like this – easy pieces that mix and match beautifully.…

April 2007

Volume 32

Issue 4

 

Features

Hottest Place to Live

They may come as a surprise – South Milwaukee, St. Francis, Cudahy. Learn about the areas where house prices values are soaring.

By Caroline Goyette

 

Last Man Standing

Darnell Cole is in charge of running MATC. But as he faces criticism from the union and board of directors, it’s clear how little people know about his job or the institution for which he works.

By Erik Gunn

 

Fashion: The Fab Five

Everyone needs a spring wardrobe like this – easy pieces that mix and match beautifully.

By Gina Hickman

 

Suddenly Evil

With his proposed ban on smoking in restaurants and other public places, Gov. Jim Doyle is building a new fanbase.  So why didn’t he jump on this bandwagon sooner?

By Terrence Falk and Matthew Hrodey

 

Departments

Outfront

Solid performers.

By Bruce Murphy

 

Mail

Come on. Express yourself.

 

Events

World and woodwind music, indie pop, a meaningful Walk.

 

Insider

Barriers for black docs, fezzes in jeopardy and bizarre mail.

 

First Person

A dancing queen.

 

Pressroom

The impact of black talk radio.

By Erik Gunn

 

Reviews

Very different Milwaukee things that come together on one page.

 

The Mil

Ten (or less) seconds of fame.

 

Savvy City

Accents

The many faces of the common Chair.

 

Where to Shop

L.A. style, classes for the gourmet, beautiful beds.

 

In Public

Whole Foods’ design fits perfectly in a mixed-used city.

By Tom Bamberger

 

Health

Primary care docs are no longer a dime a dozen.  The irony is that we need them more than ever.

By Stefanie Ramp

 

Dining

Hot hotel food? Maybe. Also, the easiest-to-use restaurant guide – ever.

 

Endgame

The transit war needs to end. But that’s up to two people.

By Kurt Chandler

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