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Milwaukee Weddings 2019

Buy the Milwaukee Weddings 2019 issue of Milwaukee Magazine online here. FEATURES The Real Deal Meet four couples who wove style, personality and authenticity through their respective nuptials. By Kristine Hansen Moonstruck Five places within a reasonable drive – and with loads of character – to take an active or relaxed “mini moon.” By Lindsey Anderson Still in Love With You Suiting their faith- and love-based lifestyle, a local couple creates the vow renewal of their dreams in Jamaica. By Adam Rogan   Engaged Vow Factor Vow Writing 101 By Jaylyn Fahey DIY Ties A look inside one of Wisco’s…

Milwaukee Weddings 2018

Coming Soon: Buy the Milwaukee Weddings 2018 issue of Milwaukee Magazine online here. FEATURES Bridal Couture Find a gown that suits your style. Honeymoon Destinations Travel to these locales via a non-stop service from General Mitchell Airport. Real Weddings Local couples share their stories and their advice for how to do it right. ENGAGED Why White? The over six-century-long evolution of bridal attire recounted. Free and Easy The average cost of a wedding — in old fashioneds — and why some couples are nixing large ceremonies altogether. The Night Before the Nuptials Add a little experimental spark to your rehearsal…

From the Archives: The Activist

No stranger to protest, the head of Voces de la Frontera, Christine Neumann-Ortiz, has put herself and her organization at the center of one of the most bitter labor disputes in recent Milwaukee history.

City Guide 2015

FEATURES Hometown Celebrations Sometimes the best plans for a summer weekend are right under our noses. By the Editors  You Can Play That Game Feel like a kid again with these playground games geared for adults. By Sara Rae Lancaster, Howie Magner and Tim McCormick Summer Innocence Sunshine on bare skin, music through an open window, fresh melon from a roadside stand. Our senses awakened, summertime casts its spell on us. By Liam Callanan, Dasha Kelly and C.J. Hribal The Good Earth Farming took the place of filmmaking for artist Micaela O’Herlihy. The mother of three grows herbs and produce for…

Outside Looking In

Southeast Wisconsin’s epic political chasm is the focus of two recent high-profile news stories – one local, one national – and the headlines signal radically different approaches.   The first, from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, is no-nonsense: “Dividing Lines: Democratic, Republican voters worlds apart in divided Wisconsin.” Then, this clickbait from the New Republic: “The Unelectable Whiteness of Scott Walker: A journey through the poisonous, racially divided world that produced a Republican star.” The first headline tops Craig Gilbert’s analysis of Milwaukee’s political polarization. The second lures readers to Alec MacGillis’ cover story, which dives into the history of race…