Our city’s arts professionals have always been good at thinking on their feet and adapting to sudden changes. Those skills are certainly serving them well this season.
Our annual extravaganza of Milwaukee awesomeness had to be a little different in 2020. We found some silver linings in a mostly cloudy year.
Her stewardship of the arts has put Sheboygan on the international art map just as her family did for the city’s industry.
Absence makes the heart grow fonder, or so the saying goes. That is certainly the case when it comes to our local dining establishments. After having endured so many months without them, let us take a moment to show them the appreciation they deserve.
Every state has its own personality, its own sense of identity. We explored beyond Wisconsin’s stereotypes with Charlie Berens and 10 others.
Imagine floating in a tube on a tranquil inland lake. Imagine your feet meeting the bed of a Wisconsin forest, eyes peeled for native birds. Imagine embracing our much-too-short season by backpack and tent. We make it all real in this lively, informative package.
Lang and the organization she founded, Black Leaders Organizing for Communities, are working tirelessly to empower the city’s Black residents.
Master the art of open-flame cooking during this stay-at-home summer.
The next stage in the revival of Milwaukee’s rivers aims much higher than being a nice setting for a lunch date or an afternoon of paddling.
The reports cast Geoffrey Graff as “the bunker guy,” a crazy, gun-toting isolationist, who dug an underground home in a backwater of the city. The reality is more complicated.