Ryan Clancy is a candidate for Milwaukee County Supervisor and also a Renaissance Man of sorts: he’s owned a record shop, worked in the Peace Corps and was a Milwaukee Public Schools teacher. Now, he is also a world record holder.
Get to know two of the Wisconsin athletes heading south for this month’s Olympic Games.
Milwaukee Sculptor Richard Edelman has been given the Frank L. Weil Award for the Advancement of Jewish Culture in North America, the first time a recipient has been named since 1992. His works can be seen throughout the city.
Michael Boettcher is now in his third season as Miller Park’s Director of Grounds. He got called up from the farm – the kind with cows and crops.
Megan Sai Dogra, a University School of Milwaukee junior, helps victims of a 1984 tragedy in India with her “Assist Bhopal” documentary.
During two decades in the Air Force, Ismael “Izzy” Bonilla was stationed all over the world. Now, he’s Milwaukee County’s airport director.
A Milwaukee teacher, Luke McAvoy, earlier told his college football teammates he’s gay. Recently he told the world his secret, too.
Alverno Presents has been a Milwaukee fixture since 1959. Now it’s being discontinued. Soon-to-be-former Director David Ravel takes stock.
Matthew Prigge wrote Milwaukee Mayhem: Murder and Mystery in the Cream City’s First Century. He’s also available for boat tours.
Italian-born Federica Marchionni left her high-end roots to become CEO of Lands’ End, which means lots of visits to its HQ in tiny Dodgeville, Wis.