Whether you’re a racing fan, a car aficionado or both, there are plenty of ways to get your gearhead fix this weekend.
Raised an only child in a wholesome family and educated at Catholic school, Jon Ferraro has grown up to be a lavishly successful businessman in his hometown, earning a fortune — and lots of headlines — in the unholy world of strip clubs. He owns three. He wants to own more. Standing in the way is a city tired of his act and a lingering legal matter with the code name “Russian Laundry.”
Charlie Sykes’ departure from Milwaukee radio changed the conversational landscape around here – as did the election of Donald J. Trump.
Jim Santelle dedicated his life to the U.S. attorney’s office in Milwaukee before twin misconduct investigations and a leak to the local press led him to resign as the top federal prosecutor in town. In a Milwaukee Magazine exclusive, Santelle details his downfall at Justice and signals a return to a more public role in his hometown.
Carmen Pitre runs the world’s most comprehensive facility dedicated to victims of domestic abuse. She gives hope to the hopeless, seeing in them many of the same struggles that defined her early life.
Sun: down. Party: on. Our definitive guide to where to go for late-night libations, music, grooving and protesting. Yes, protesting. Plus a bunch of other things worth doing post-dusk.
Milwaukee has struggled to reach beyond its beer-and-brats identity in a way that stirs both visitors and residents. Are we finally close to getting it right?
Your love finally popped the question (or maybe you did) – so let the wedding planning begin. But where, oh where, to start? Lucky for you, we’ve gathered some of Milwaukee’s finest wedding pros and put them in this easy-to-reference guide. Whether you need to plan the entire day from start to finish or just fill in a few key details, the perfect wedding is at your fingertips.
25 people. 12 conversations. The rules? No rules. Read what Milwaukee’s most interesting had to say to each other when face-to-face in a Tweet-free zone.
Eight hours of sound slumber each night is essential to your health. Yet a growing number of us seem to be struggling to achieve that. How come, and what’s to be done?