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The City’s Longest-Standing LGBTQ-Inclusive Church Marks 50 Years
Insider
The City’s Longest-Standing LGBTQ-Inclusive Church Marks 50 Years
A Milwaukee church celebrates 50 years of making space for everyone – even when others wouldn’t make space for them.
by Jennifer Walter
West Allis Will Move Forward With Its Christmas Parade
News & Politics
West Allis Will Move Forward With Its Christmas Parade
Organizers are finding ways to honor Waukesha by collecting donations and playing the high school's fight song along the parade route.
by Rich Rovito
Q&A: Marquette President Mike Lovell Talks About the Future of the University
Education
Q&A: Marquette President Mike Lovell Talks About the Future of the University
He weighed in on the lessons learned from the devastating and disruptive pandemic and other topics during a recent interview with Milwaukee Magazine.
by Rich Rovito
LIST: 9 Ways to Show Your Support to the Waukesha Community
News & Politics
LIST: 9 Ways to Show Your Support to the Waukesha Community
Make a donation, give blood or get a Butter Burger. Here are some ways to support the Waukesha community
by Rich Rovito
Local Leaders Talk COVID-19 Heading Into the Holidays
Flattening the Curve
Local Leaders Talk COVID-19 Heading Into the Holidays
Health officials say the vaccine is the most effective tool we have in fighting the pandemic.
by Rich Rovito
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Colonies: On Wasps and Kyle Rittenhouse

Just as so many of us reflexively recoil at a buzzing wasp, this boy and his sympathizers have been conditioned to prefer and preserve the America that protects her white boys foremost and at any cost.