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March 2018

March 2018 cover of Milwaukee Magazine, Eat Like a WisconsiniteBuy the March issue of Milwaukee Magazine online here.


Eat Like a Wisconsinite
Not only do we show you how to do what our story title suggests – which, gosh, involves so many dreamy delicacies – we serve it with extra sides of lore and deep love for our culinary history.
By Ann Christenson

From Darkness, Light
A childhood marred by amputation and horrific abuse couldn’t seem farther in the rear-view mirror for the remarkable man who calls himself “Nub Zero.”
By Dan Simmons

Revisiting the RiverWalk
Nearly 30 years in, the Milwaukee RiverWalk has returned the city’s attention to a long-neglected asset and catalyzed a social and economic boom.
By Kevin Mueller


Tony the Tiger
Tony Zielinski is off to a running start on his quest to become mayor.
By Matt Hrodey

Hugs for Sale
Cuddling goes professional.
By Zach Brooke

What You Need to Know About: Bucks Gaming
This new Bucks team will compete virtually.
By Matt Hrodey

Wiz of Word
Nobody beats the wiz.
By Matt Hrodey

Hump in the Road
Why neighbors are bankrolling speed humps.
By Larry Sussman


The Baylor Brand
Artist Reggie Baylor is opening up a home goods store in Walker’s Point.
By Lindsey Anderson

Poster Boy
Feast your eyes on posters by French printmaker Jules Chéret, who helped popularize the Moulin Rouge.
By Lindsey Anderson

Spotlight on Black Arts MKE
Black Arts MKE wants to create more opportunities for black performers in Milwaukee.
By Lindsey Anderson

Women’s Work
A special anniversary program of inspiring women at Danceworks
By Lindsey Anderson

Tree House
Stone, brick and a lot of wood make for one charming Cedarburg home.
By Kristine Hansen
Photos by Matt Haas

Spring forward into a month packed with paraded, plays and more.


Local Vernacular
Escape to 2894 On Main in East Troy. You’ll return charmed and sated.
By Ann Christenson

Ask Ann
Don’t pick up your fork until you read Ask Ann.
By Ann Christenson

Dish of the Month: Bhel Bowl
Cloud Red’s salad-like concoction is an ode to a beloved, bygone Brady Street restaurant.
By Ann Christenson


No sibling rivalry here. Just u-n-i-t-y.
By Julie Blume Benedict

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