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Local Love

Four Milwaukee couples offer advice on what worked – and didn’t – for their delightful, yet very different wedding days.

The Ultimate Wedding Planning Guide

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.

Brotherhood of Bruisers

On Saturday nights in suburbia, hundreds gather to watch men in tights grapple in staged combat that has been described as ballet with violence. But forgive the occasional off-script moment when the tough guys get a twitch of emotion and the tears begin to fall. Story by Tom Conroy and Rich Rovito.

Read It and Sleep

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?

Come Together

After Sylville Smith and summer unrest in the city, five Milwaukeeans talk openly about race and what we can all do to form a more perfect union.

Steakhouse Stakeout

Ours is a meat-loving town. Back in the 1990s, the high-end steakhouse – defined by a la carte menus and pampering tag-team servers – took the city by a storm of 28-ounce Angus porterhouses. The trend eventually petered out, hit hard by the 2008 recession. Diners may have tightened their belts, but didn’t lose their palate for high-quality steaks. The 2016 arrival of Rare Steakhouse and the nearby, yet-to- be-built Westin Hotel’s steakhouse could signal a return to beef indulgence. We guarantee that our roundup will stir a craving sated only by red meat.