An innovative government project helped thousands of local women make it through the worst of the Great Depression with a paycheck and new job skills.
Planning a small, intimate Thanksgiving? Then we have the feast for you.
MilMag’s second annual salute to our late longtime publisher honors seven remarkable women doing great things in Milwaukee and beyond.
Here’s how the women of our state have been badgering the patriarchy.
One subset of Wisconsin women could be the clearest path to victory for the candidates seeking to secure our critical swing state.
The high demand overwhelming local food banks exposes the limits of food giveaways and the need for foundational solutions.
Whether in art or business, Jan Serr and John Shannon can’t stop creating.
It’s not every day a long verboten crop like hemp suddenly becomes legal. The emerging market for hemp-derived products like CBD has local entrepreneurs seeing green.
The lives of three leaders of Milwaukee’s new protest movement have prepared them for this battle for equity and racial justice.
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.