In which, the editors of Milwaukee Magazine debate the merits and flaws of Wisconsin’s seasons
After years of cautious lineups, a full-force season of arts events has arrived.
Milwaukee has its own magic in the summer. When we asked local writers to reflect on the season here, they shared memories of experiences both universal and intensely personal.
Kris Kodrich has been attending the Big Gig since 1968. He’s using the three-weekend Summerfest to slow down and appreciate Milwaukee.
A summer spent excavating graves with my archaeologist mom helped me truly understand her.
They pronounced themselves married.
It’s food for the soul.
When the story you thought might be there isn’t, you may as well go for the white whale.
Our executive editor plays the legendary Whistling Straits golf course in advance of the Ryder Cup.
Kris Kodrich has been going to Summerfest since the inaugural year. Since then, he’s only missed the Big Gig twice.