A century ago, Wisconsin led the charge toward greater gender equality, but today’s women are still fighting for equity in the work place.
These gutsy women are the stuff of legend in our city. Thanks to their bravery, vision, ingenuity and tenacity, Milwaukee is a better, safer and more just place for all of its residents. We salute them!
Here we honor six outstanding women, each representing a facet of our late former publisher, Betty Ewens Quadracci, and gather them for a conversation.
UW-Milwaukee Architect Chris Cornelious is looking to make a big splash. Will he have to look outside of his own tribe and city to make that happen?
Ready to get inspired? These pages are chock-a-block with gorgeous interiors, shopping resources and information to help you elevate your décor to new heights. Most importantly, you’ll find ways to make your living space reflect what’s unique about you. So turn the page, and let the ideas flow!
The first thing you need to know about breaking is that you don’t call it breakdancing. The second thing you need to know is that it took root in Milwaukee long before it spread to many larger cities, and some of the best breakers around still live here.
Mandela Barnes has no prescribed duties as lieutenant governor. All the better to advance his agenda of equity and sustainability.
This edited excerpt from Damn the Old Tinderbox: Milwaukee’s Palace of the West and the Fire that Defined an Era by Matthew J. Prigge describes a group of women who were rescued from what was described as “hell itself.”
Here it is: The cream of Cream City. You chose the winners in dozens of categories, and we added a few that we couldn’t help but chime in on.
The big city, the small town. The well-worn path, the hidden gem. The intriguing past, the oh-so-modern present. We’ve found 10 day-trip destinations within two hours’ drive (or a short train ride) for you to explore.