January 1991 Volume 16 Number 1   Features Media Clout: Who’s Got It? Who Doesn’t? Which members of the fourth estate really have impact with the city’s opinion leaders? Which waste their ink or model their hairdos? The real scoop on the town’s top broadcast and print reporters. By James Romenesko   Common Ground As […]

January 1991

Volume 16

Number 1

 

Features

Media Clout: Who’s Got It? Who Doesn’t?

Which members of the fourth estate really have impact with the city’s opinion leaders? Which waste their ink or model their hairdos? The real scoop on the town’s top broadcast and print reporters.

By James Romenesko

 

Common Ground

As white homeowners and businesses move into the near North Side Brewers Hill neighborhood and more black families join St. Marcus congregation, members say there’s a bit more sway to the old German hymns. Yes, there is integration in Milwaukee.

By R. T. Both

 

The Enemy Within 56

Lead from paint chips may leave as many as 17percent of school children hyperactive and learning disabled Even suburban kids are at risk. We may have to “get the lead out” to save a generation.

By Terrence Falk

 

Departments

Outfront

Snapshot of a changing city.

By Bruce Murphy

 

Letters

Stone sharp words aimed at our writers.

 

The insider

Did Miller’s boycotters “get the wrong man”? Is it wrong for a judge to play favorites with lawyers? Is there a limit to the price of a cup at the Coffee Trader? Plus reviews of the Milwaukee Rep and Richard Lippold

Edited by Stephen Filmanowicz

 

Metroscene

Speed skating gets hot, the Polar Bear Club gets wet, the Folliard Gallery gets natural with four Wisconsin artists and Present Music gets funky with Joan La Barbara

By Dawn Behr and Christine R. Grant

 

Dining Guide

Nobody knows dining better: a complete guide to the area’s restaurants, with kitchen scuttlebutt

RELATED  Milwaukee Weddings 2019

and Meal of the Month.

By Willard Romantini

 

Columns

Business

Some local businesses won’t hire employees without the advice of graphologist Richard J. Stoller, who gives us his handwriting analyses of top political and business leaders.

By Mary Van de Kamp Nohl

 

Restaurants

Beyond the tostado: imaginative Mexican dining at tux) East Side Mexican restaurants, Taqueria Jalisco 2 and La Frontera.

By Willard Romantini

 

Endgame

Has MPS Superintendent Robert Peterkin left any legacy, or is the emperor wearing no clothes?

By Bruce Murphy

 

On the Cover: Illustration by Joseph Salina.

Special Advertising Sections Wonderful World of Weddings Winterfest The Big Cod

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January 1991 Volume 16 Number 1   Features Media Clout: Who’s Got It? Who Doesn’t? Which members of the fourth estate really have impact with the city’s opinion leaders? Which waste their ink or model their hairdos? The real scoop on the town’s top broadcast and print reporters. By James Romenesko   Common Ground As […]

January 1991

Volume 16

Number 1

 

Features

Media Clout: Who’s Got It? Who Doesn’t?

Which members of the fourth estate really have impact with the city’s opinion leaders? Which waste their ink or model their hairdos? The real scoop on the town’s top broadcast and print reporters.

By James Romenesko

 

Common Ground

As white homeowners and businesses move into the near North Side Brewers Hill neighborhood and more black families join St. Marcus congregation, members say there’s a bit more sway to the old German hymns. Yes, there is integration in Milwaukee.

By R. T. Both

 

The Enemy Within 56

Lead from paint chips may leave as many as 17percent of school children hyperactive and learning disabled Even suburban kids are at risk. We may have to “get the lead out” to save a generation.

By Terrence Falk

 

Departments

Outfront

Snapshot of a changing city.

By Bruce Murphy

 

Letters

Stone sharp words aimed at our writers.

 

The insider

Did Miller’s boycotters “get the wrong man”? Is it wrong for a judge to play favorites with lawyers? Is there a limit to the price of a cup at the Coffee Trader? Plus reviews of the Milwaukee Rep and Richard Lippold

Edited by Stephen Filmanowicz

 

Metroscene

Speed skating gets hot, the Polar Bear Club gets wet, the Folliard Gallery gets natural with four Wisconsin artists and Present Music gets funky with Joan La Barbara

By Dawn Behr and Christine R. Grant

 

Dining Guide

Nobody knows dining better: a complete guide to the area’s restaurants, with kitchen scuttlebutt

RELATED  Milwaukee Weddings 2019

and Meal of the Month.

By Willard Romantini

 

Columns

Business

Some local businesses won’t hire employees without the advice of graphologist Richard J. Stoller, who gives us his handwriting analyses of top political and business leaders.

By Mary Van de Kamp Nohl

 

Restaurants

Beyond the tostado: imaginative Mexican dining at tux) East Side Mexican restaurants, Taqueria Jalisco 2 and La Frontera.

By Willard Romantini

 

Endgame

Has MPS Superintendent Robert Peterkin left any legacy, or is the emperor wearing no clothes?

By Bruce Murphy

 

On the Cover: Illustration by Joseph Salina.

Special Advertising Sections Wonderful World of Weddings Winterfest The Big Cod

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