Milwaukee’s urban ag pioneer farms on in the wake of his now-defunct nonprofit, Growing Power.
Foxconn’s Wisconsin play is a huge deal in many ways, but it’s a downright transformation for its ground zero.
The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society offers critical supports to families whose worlds are turned upside down by blood cancers that often strike children.
The joy and tragedy of owning a dog
Joe Reed lost his limbs as a toddler and grew up abused by his foster mother. That didn’t stop him.
When a team of young runners’ promising season is interrupted by tragedy, what happens next?
Milwaukee Magazine is solidly into adulthood, and maybe even AARP-ready in magazine years. Here we look back at highlights (and even a fishy lowlight) in our history, featuring editors and characters and stories that, together, make up our story.
The daughter of a Holocaust survivor, Hannah Rosenthal felt a call to action from a very young age. Now her good deeds extend well beyond her role as leader of the Milwaukee Jewish Federation.
The suicide of a young Chinese man shows a different side of mega iPhone maker Foxconn.
Obama era chief of Small Business Administration offers advice at annual forum