An artist draws attention to the predicament, and enduring beauty, of the Great Lakes.
Here’s how Milwaukee stacks up among America’s favorite canine cognomens, culled from this “database of hundreds of thousands of dogs.”
The New York Times best-selling author talks about her new book, her mother and holiday classics.
Have a holly jolly time at any of these theater, dance, music, family or drinking events this month.
Extra points if you take more than one on the same day.
The show opens on November 17. So start singing “Tomorrow” today!
For the eighth year in a row, Travel + Leisure magazine conducted surveys to determine “America’s Best Places” by asking locals about their hometowns. See how Milwaukee ranked.
Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, marks a celebration of the life of the deceased and recognizing death as a part of the cycle of life. Although it takes place the day after Halloween, the two holidays are completely separate. Celebrate this rich cultural tradition at these Milwaukee events this week.
What’s scarier than not having any plans for the weekend? Here’s your list of Halloween bashes, costume contests, and family-friendly festivities going on from Oct. 27 through Halloween night itself.
The boutique celebrates art, community and its new location, October 20-21.