After back-to-back Thursday night games delivered the agony of defeat and the joy of victory, Dan Shafer and Howie Magner sat down to reassess the 2015 Green Bay Packers.
Beth Weirick, CEO of the Milwaukee Downtown Business Improvement District, discusses maintaining Milwaukee’s authenticity during a time of change, regional funding debates, and much more.
One year after the publication of our cover story on the historic reinvention of Downtown Milwaukee, Andrew Weiland of BizTimes Milwaukee gives us the scoop on what’s changed, what hasn’t and what remains on the horizon.
Previewing the 2015-16 season and discussing everything there is to discuss about the Milwaukee Bucks with Howie Magner, Jeremy Schmidt, and Eric Nehm.
Milwaukee Record co-founder and co-editor Tyler Maas joins the podcast to discuss his long history of “adventure journalism,” the comedy scene in Milwaukee, and much more.
Kurt Chandler, Claire Hanan and Dan Shafer discuss making this year’s Reasons To Love Milwaukee issue, telling the city’s positive stories, and the upcoming party at the Milwaukee Public Museum.
Keisha Krumm and Jennifer O’Hear discuss the origins of the Fair Play Campaign, Common Ground’s role in the arena debate, the campaign’s successes, and what’s next.
Save Our Bucks spokesman Paul Henning reflects on the Bucks arena process, and how he went from getting kicked out of a Bucks game to standing alongside Bucks officials at Mayor Barrett’s signing ceremony for the arena plan.
Duane Dudek joins the podcast to discuss the 2015 Milwaukee Film Festival, Duane’s career in journalism, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s current film coverage, and much more.
Milwaukee Magazine editors Howie Magner and Dan Shafer discuss the 2015 Green Bay Packers, last season’s loss in Seattle, their respective fandom, and more.