February 2009

FEATURES Fish Crazy Why is the Friday fish fry so ingrained in our very beings? Easy. On a bleak winter day, it just tastes so good. Before you get your next fry on, you’re going to want to peruse these tried-and-true babies. edited by Ann Christenson In Dubious Battle Perhaps our most intriguing look at the best and worst legislators. Why? The diminishing effectiveness of our state politicians makes it hard to pick the “best.” by Marc Eisen Chapter Two Haggerty Museum Director Wally Mason is not the quiet type. His changes are being felt all over the local art…

FEATURES
Fish Crazy Why is the Friday fish fry so ingrained in our very beings? Easy. On a bleak winter day, it just tastes so good. Before you get your next fry on, you’re going to want to peruse these tried-and-true babies. edited by Ann Christenson


In Dubious Battle Perhaps our most intriguing look at the best and worst legislators. Why? The diminishing effectiveness of our state politicians makes it hard to pick the “best.” by Marc Eisen


Chapter Two Haggerty Museum Director Wally Mason is not the quiet type. His changes are being felt all over the local art scene. by Debra Brehmer


DEPARTMENTS
Outfront Fish fry history. by Bruce Murphy

Mail
Speedy delivery.

Events
Rembrandt’s golden peer, a flitting, flying voice and a lute quartet. The Rep confronts color.


Insider
A case for credit unions. Tiki takes Riverwest. And a cop so unforgettable, he almost got his own park.
First Person A guitar hero who’s only 9.
Pressroom JS staffers’ ruined retirement.
Reviews Milwaukee trivia, a grisly murder.
The Mil Suddenly famous.


Savvy
Home Wine appreciation.
Shopping Designer specs; big, bright home decor.
Real Estate The growth of reverse mortgages.


Health How to “come back” after a heart attack. by Caroline Goyette


In Public A new high-rise that proves it’s time to invent something new. by Tom Bamberger


Dining The restaurant guide that makes it easy to choose a restaurant for tonight, tomorrow and beyond. edited by Ann Christenson

Endgame Naming our buses after famous Milwaukeeans reminds us that we’re all connected. by Jim Hazard

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