July 2018

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Make Waves
When the mercury rises, water calls. Whether you want to swim, boat, fish or simply dine on a shoreline, this guide has you covered.
By Lindsey Anderson, Ann Christenson, Kristine Hansen, Anna Miller, Carole Nicksin, Adam Rogan, Rich Rovito and Dan Simmons

Spring Fever
The spring water entering Kyle Krueger’s glass jars is pure and bracingly cold. They meet after dual journeys – his both personal and geographical, the water’s of hundreds of years down into and back up from the earth.
By Matt Hrodey

Milwaukee’s Lost Fishing Village
In the decades before Jones Island became the ultra-industrial landscape we know today, it was a lively fishing village seemingly transported from the Baltic seaside.
By John Gurda



Queen of Arts
One of the city’s best-known gallery owners, Tory Folliard, celebrates 30 years in business.
By Lindsey Anderson

Red, White and Boom
Our country is turning 242 this month, and we’re ringing in the birthday with a bang.
By Rich Rovito

Actors Invitational
The legacy of a legendary theatrical couple lives on at this Waukesha County estate.
By Lindsey Anderson

Look Here!
Artists chart a course from the UWM Libraries to Villa Terrace Museum.
By Hailey Rose McLaughlin

Slather on some sunscreen and head to one of these scorching-hot events.

Style Quotient
Whitney Schaefer, of Orange and Blue Co., spills her style secrets.
By Lindsey Anderson



The Big Story: Dogged, Dapper
Darryl Morin, a much-buzzed-about businessman and Latino leader, swears he’s not running for public office.
By Georgia Pabst

Angel Investor
A titanic new supercomputer is coming to the Milwaukee School of Engineering and will change the school as we know it.
By Matt Hrodey

Local Light
What an iconic lighthouse has meant to Port Washington
By Matt Hrodey

Harboring Potential
Can the downtrodden harbor area become the new Menomonee Valley, or something more diverse?
By Matt Hrodey



En Plein Air
Three sumptuous spots for whiling away those very dear summer nights
By Ann Christenson

Pop Star
The pops shop bringing frozen refreshment and a positive message to the North Side
By Ann Christenson

Dish of the Month
Tre Rivali’s splendid tuna niçoise
By Ann Christenson

Ask Ann
Plastic straws are going buh-bye.
By Ann Christenson



Dressing the Part
A Milwaukee truism: If the tux fits, wear it. Unless there’s a pair of shorts within reach.
By Liam Callanan

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