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…

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…

January 1991

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…

December 2012

  Haute Plates  Utter gustatory satisfaction. These restaurants can offer it to you in 30 sensational ways.   BY Ann Christenson   Epidemic on the Down-Low HIV is surging in a portion of the population that often lacks the means to fight the condition or to confront it publicly. By Jimmy Carlton Gary’s Gospel The Pabst Theater and its kin are the city’s holy grail of live music venues. Meet the intrepid evangelist commanding the Pabst pulpit. By Steven Hyden The Velvet Underground Despite the threats from animal rights groups, mink farming is a profitable business in rural Wisconsin, where…

October 2012: Best of 2012

FEATURES Best of 1202 Our annual fest of the best. It’s a page-turner that highlights shopping, dining, beauty, kids, politics and fun. Not necessarily at the same time. Edited By Claire Hanan | Illustration by Spike Press Food Fight Suddenly, everyone wants a piece of Milwaukee’s grocery biz. Meijer, Wal-Mart, Target, Fresh Market and others battle for scraps and a slice of Pick ‘n Save pie. By Larry Sussman Nobody Special To Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, after fighting to become the best, his fight to be “normal” is very much worth it. By Jason Wilde | Photos by Adam Ryan Morris Blank Slate…

August 2012

  Best Burgers  Lost in the current fascination with “super foods” is the supreme combo of bun and patty. It is all we can do to stop chewing and serve you these homegrown beauties. BY Ann Christenson   Wheels of Fortune Before David Hobbs put anyone in a Honda, he was racing cars worldwide. The Brit’s story has many twists and turns. By Maggie Ginsberg-Schultz Idea Factory Meet the crafty, resourceful, agile new generation of businesspeople. It’s what happens when the Web-savvy come of age during an economic downturn. By MATT HRODEY Wunderkind Not just Spreenkler’s president, Romke de Haan…

City Guide 2012

Mr. Festival He’s 62 going on 22, a dude who has attended almost 400 days of Summerfest since the 1970s. A little obsessed, maybe? By Howie Magner Festival Previews  From June to September, Polish Fest to Indian Summer, we’ve mapped out your fertile, festive summer.  By Milwaukee Magazine Staff Stick Figures  Think there are limits to foods that can be put on a stick? Not at the Wisconsin State Fair, where even spaghetti and meatballs is a speared delicacy. By Claire Hanan Puff Pandemonium  How does a kitchen attain cream puff perfection year after year? Go behind the scenes with State…