March Issue

Features The Maze 
The story of Betty Cahn, who has long sought treatment for her mental illness, parallels that of many locals whose needs are not being met by a system plagued with problems. by Denise Lockwood Best Pizza 
What’s round, comes with layers and can send you to the nirvana of crust contentment? These 40 top pizzerias are Milwaukee’s pied and joy. by Ann Christenson Asphalt Jungle 
What was that? Felt like driving over a land mine. Those blasted potholes… Why our streets seem to be worse than ever. by Linda Spice Natural Wonder 
Beauty, thy name is an…

Features
The Maze
The story of Betty Cahn, who has long sought treatment for her mental illness, parallels that of many locals whose needs are not being met by a system plagued with problems. by Denise Lockwood

Best Pizza 
What’s round, comes with layers and can send you to the nirvana of crust contentment? These 40 top pizzerias are Milwaukee’s pied and joy. by Ann Christenson

Asphalt Jungle 
What was that? Felt like driving over a land mine. Those blasted potholes… Why our streets seem to be worse than ever. by Linda Spice

Natural Wonder 
Beauty, thy name is an Elm Grove cottage resonant of a retreat in the Cotswolds. by Colleen Heather Rogan

Departments
Outfront Thin crusts, holey roads. by Bruce Murphy 

Mail What’s better than a letter? 

Events The body electric, the Florentine’s future with Florescu, Hanreddy’s final Rep production.

Insider Vying for vets, high school chums-cum-politicians, songwriting for sports. 

First Person Why this man’s legs are so strong. 

Pressroom A new gay biweekly looks for shelf space. 

Reviews Acoustic Cebar, hot sauce, aloha with seltzer. 

The Mil Alfie in the dog house, Hizzoner the Mayor.

Savvy 
Fashion Forever in blue jeans. Denim, at least. 

Shopping Facing facts: chatting with Blush’s owner. 

Real Estate Down to size. Small homes are selling.

Health The pros and cons of certain minimally invasive surgeries to treat neurological issues. by Erin O’Donnell 

Dining A little extra ink on cocktails and Mexican food, in addition to our big-belly restaurant guide. by Ann Christenson 

Endgame Partisan elections are too excitable? Maybe a little more excitability is what we need. by Kurt Chandler





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