This is a historic moment.
Forget the Ides of March, it’s Friday the 13th.
This summer, the Democratic National Convention will draw the eyes of the world to Milwaukee. That’s been a dream of the city’s boosters since the late 1800s.
The South Milwaukee Industrial Museum, an attached event space and a nearby public space will have themes evoking the city’s longtime mining equipment manufacturer.
After almost eight decades as a Milwaukee County historical site, the 175-year-old Lowell Damon House is under private ownership.
This spirit has been a part of our DNA since the 19th century.
The story of one of Kenosha’s most notable hauntings.
Mildred L. Harpole died last week at 84. She will be missed in the Milwaukee community.
The story of a particularly deadly part of Lake Michigan.
These gutsy women are the stuff of legend in our city. Thanks to their bravery, vision, ingenuity and tenacity, Milwaukee is a better, safer and more just place for all of its residents. We salute them!