City Life

A Conversation With This Year’s Betty Award Winners
Feature Story
A Conversation With This Year’s Betty Award Winners
Milwaukee Magazine’s third annual Betty Awards, named for our late publisher Betty Quadracci, honor extraordinary women doing great work in Milwaukee.
by Archer Parquette
History Is on Hold in Milwaukee Mayor’s Race
Politics
History Is on Hold in Milwaukee Mayor’s Race
A crowded and diverse field lines up to replace Barrett, but no one is sure how long U.S. Senate politics will keep their campaigns waiting.
by Larry Sandler
MilMag Interview: Beth Lappen on the Soft Science of Helping Downtown’s Homeless
Insider
MilMag Interview: Beth Lappen on the Soft Science of Helping Downtown’s Homeless
Beth Lappen is one of a handful of workers offering a door to housing for Milwaukee’s homeless community. Sometimes they need help going through it.
by Chris Drosner
Here’s What You Missed in Milwaukee This Week: Dec. 3
News & Politics
Here’s What You Missed in Milwaukee This Week: Dec. 3
Bowling, fudge, Kwik Trip, etc.
by Archer Parquette
MKE Airport Will Join the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower Program
News & Politics
MKE Airport Will Join the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower Program
This is one of many ways the airport is working to make travel more accessible.
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.