A love letter to our city’s many waterways
If you were born after 1995, you’re going to want to read this.
Jon Mattrisch accidentally became a part-time professional photographer. All he wanted to do was show off the city he was born in and never wants to leave.
Betsy Rowbottom moved back to Milwaukee 11 years ago. Since, she co-founded a startup, The Good Jobs, and now helps develop businesses with marketing agency SRH.
It’s the small things that make Milwaukee such an easy city to love.
Local artists depict evocative scenes from Milwaukee history in this new exhibition.
The best things in Milwaukee are free.
Everyone knows about Fonzie, Laverne and Shirley, and the whole crew from That ’70s Show, but there’s a whole slew of less-known fictional characters with deep fictional roots in the land of cheese and beer. Here are a few notable mentions:
Milwaukee was just named one of the best places in America for the Fourth of July. We don’t disagree.
An open letter to those who can’t see our state’s splendor.