A password will be e-mailed to you.

January 2018

Milwaukee Magazine's January 2018 coverBuy the January issue of Milwaukee Magazine online here.

FEATURES

We’ve Arrived at 35
On a walk down memory lane through our publication’s history, we linger over the stories and people that made these pages a legacy so worth preserving.
By Dan Simmons

Get Smart!
Make a resolution to enrich your mind. It’s easy with this compendium of classes – from learning a language, how to write or act, play an instrument, rock climb, even pole dance.
By Anna Miller

Changing a Neighborhood
One of the goals behind rejuvenating Westlawn – the state’s biggest public housing project – is to create a more economically diverse community that helps improve much of the Northwest Side.
By Eben Pindyck

INSIDER

League of Their Own
The late-night basketball league that’s giving hope to many
By Rich Rovito

Stampede!
So, so many Democrats are running for governor.
By Matt Hrodey

Quiet Development
Planned Parenthood’s quiet but impactful move
By Steve Potter

Last Stop
Ding, ding! Is the Trolley on its last leg?
By Larry Sandler

CULTURE

Stepping Up
A former “So You Think You Can Dance” star helps local students find their footing.
By Lindsey Anderson

Art for All
These sensory-friendly shows, for kids with special needs, deserve a standing ovation.
By Dasha Kelly

Brick by Brick
The brick that built Milwaukee
By Lauren Sieben

Water World
Artist Alexis Rockman wants to keep our lakes Great.
By Bri Hall

With the Fishes
10,000-plus people on a Minnesota lake makes a party, but don’t expect ice breakers.
By Lindsey Anderson

Agenda
Resolve to do more this month.

DINING

Dichotomy of the Diner
A diner for those stylist selfies; another the Fonz could call home.
By Ann Christenson

Stranger Things
Plant-based dining with imagination
By Ann Christenson

Field Work
Learning about gin from the ground up
By Robert Simonson

Ask Ann
A “universal” signal to send your server
By Ann Christenson

PERSPECTIVE

Unequal from Birth
A blessing, and a tragedy
By Barbara Miner


Be the first to get every new issue. Subscribe.

BROWSE PAST ISSUES BY YEAR

201820172016201520142013

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save