In 1947, a historic earthquake struck southeast Wisconsin – but only for a split second.
Before the Brewers take the field, check out the long-forgotten 1905 team that shared the same name.
Milwaukee has had a propensity to stick with its mayors since well before Tom Barrett. A look at one of those rare passings of the baton from the mid-20th century.
The pioneering landscape architect who left a lasting imprint on Milwaukee with his ‘Grand Necklace of Parks,’ is finally getting an overdue year in the sun for his bicentennial.
Events marking the bicentennial of the visionary landscape architect’s birth are taking place in Milwaukee, which has three of his signature parks.
The steady – albeit sweaty – paychecks from Milwaukee’s foundries were a key lure for many Black workers during the city’s Great Migration.
Milwaukee’s showcase of a nation’s repressed history and one remarkable man opens in its new location this week.
The answer traces back to the ’80s.
Streetcars traversed the Valley on the terrifying spindly viaduct.
In 1922, the Jazz Age arrived in Milwaukee wearing galoshes, sleeveless dresses and a bob – and she set off a moral panic.