Our Greatest Churches
In this “city of churches,” we named 25 specimens of such beauty and historical significance, we stand in awe.
By H. Russell Zimmermann
Its identity once primarily Polish, the near South Side has emerged as a neighborhood of great racial diversity. Our writer captures this area’s transformation.
By Barbara Miner
Prisoners of Rock ‘N’ Roll
British power-pop rock band Badfinger was off to a blazing start in the late 1960s. Things quickly went, um… bad. The lowest point in the group’s erratic career was a stranger interlude in Milwaukee.
By Bruce Murphy
You’ve got a voice, too.
Two thriving music groups, a gastro rock star, the Rep’s take on Ann Lander,s Merge’s emergence.
Green goodbye, Wisconsin caviar, a healing garden.
Living accordion to the heart.
The details behind a talk-radio sidekick’s pink slip.
Clean canines and germaphobic Warhol.
The importance of being earnest.
Repurposed, recycled, rebeautified.
Indulgences for human and beast alike.
Classic homes that hold their value.
What? A common hearing malady among women.
By Caroline Goyette
Is jazz’s golden age over? We hope not.
By Michael Drew
Two worthy, but wildly different places to eat – Hotel Metro and Victor’s on Van Buren.
By Ann Christenson
Does Mark Neumann have the goods to beat Scott Walker for governor?
By Marc Eisen