Our celebration of love (and a little sex!) is packed with inspiring couples, sage advice, helpful tips and unique perspectives on being with someone, or not, in this fair city.
By MilMag Staff and Contributors
After a few years away, a photographer traveled his home state to get reacquainted. A selection of his images frames Wisconsin’s most distinctive season.
By Mark Brautigam
Wisconsin writer Blair Braverman – and 14 of her furry friends – competed in the legendary Iditarod last year.
A cosplaying father-daughter duo talk about what keeps them coming back to Anime Milwaukee every February, plus a fashion photographer shares her tips on how to look good in photos.
Your guide to the shows to see this season, from big-budget art exhibits to cozy author readings, and everything in between
When the snow flies, so do the complaints about city services. Is a bad storm the one thing that could cause Tom Barrett’s re-election campaign to slide off-course?
Now attracting YouTubers specializing in urban decay instead of shoppers, the shuttered mall is a dangerous husk.
Why isn’t it a felony to rape animals in Wisconsin?
Why you should eat it throughout this month of love
Wonderland anchors a very chill Riverwest block for dining and imbibing.
Where to get the city’s best bagels and schmears
Review: The Dark Room
The (shh) very unobtrusive, and quite appealing, little steakhouse at the Saint Kate Hotel
WHY I LOVE MILWAUKEE
“Brotique” proprietor Geoff Hoen has some thoughts about the vibrant LGTBQ community here
As told to Adam Rogan
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