Hundreds turned out to oppose city master plan, but are city officials listening?
Columnist Eugene Kane’s take on last weekend’s troubling implications
Joseph Boyle shares a summer story about working as a counselor at Camp Pow Wow.
Larry Sussman shares a story about getting his dog back, and finding a glass half full.
Amber Jorgenson shares a Milwaukee story about the scorching summer of 2012.
Narratives from men in Milwaukee who have witnessed history — one honored with a prestigious award, and another encountered in day-to-day life — challenge perceptions about our city.
A new United Nations report on racism as a human rights issue speaks to challenges people are facing right here in Milwaukee.
A JS alum, whose family was part of the paper for more than 80 years, reflects on the Gannett deal.
Just weeks after finding out she’d be moving to Paris for a semester abroad, the Nov. 13 terrorist attacks happened. Milwaukee Magazine intern Mary Jo Contino shares the reasons why she’s still going to Paris.
Political economist Dr. Julianne Malveaux “said it straight” and Milwaukeeans Reggie Jackson and Alida Cardos Whaley received awards the YWCA Southeast Wisconsin’s 11th Annual ‘An Evening to Promote Racial Justice.’