Milwaukee isn’t really known as a protest city. But for a few months during the height of the Vietnam War, 14 protestors were the talk of the town.
One of the biggest stars of her era was married in Milwaukee – a marriage she worked hard to keep a secret.
Long Before Charlie Sheen or Johnny Depp, Beau Bridges and company brought the magic of the movies to Milwaukee.
High-rises, baseball history and really bad beer… facts about Milwaukee you might have missed.
Milwaukee Native Joe Hauser was one of professional baseball’s greatest sluggers.
The SS Milwaukee Clipper was once the premiere way to cruise Lake Michigan.
The story of one of Milwaukee’s most beloved athletes.
There were two different Plankinton House hotels in downtown Milwaukee. The first was torn down to make way for a landmark building that still stands. The other was razed to make way for a mall parking structure.
Our city’s name has its roots in the words of the native languages of this area. But which language? And which words?
Palmolive is one of the most recognized soap brands in the world. The distinctive green bar that launched the brand was born right here in Milwaukee.