Milwaukee’s own Bronzeville neighborhood is highlighted in a New York Times piece entitled “52 Places for a Changed World.”
You’ll find mom & pop shops that cater to niche clienteles, plus places to grab a sweet or enjoy fried chicken and a beer
Greendale’s unusual suburban character is owed to its origins as one of the most ambitious public housing projects in American history.
Here’s a look at Milwaukee County’s most popular neighborhoods for home buyers.
No matter the season, Wauwatosa’s charming Village is a fantastic destination to meet friends for drinks or lunch, pick up a last-minute gift at an indie retailer, or bring the kids to a festival, farmers market or outdoor concert.
Local neighborhoods are finding creative ways to stick together during social distancing – even if it is from afar.
A new park and a space for public events – along with housing and offices – aim to turn around a stretch of Milwaukee River frontage.
After almost eight decades as a Milwaukee County historical site, the 175-year-old Lowell Damon House is under private ownership.
There’s a lot to explore in this suburb.
There is so much to see and do just, starting on Washington Avenue. Here are a few can’t-miss spots: