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September 2014: Handle With Care

0914FEATURES

A Guide to Aging in Milwaukee
Wisconsin’s 65-and-older population is booming. With so many issues surrounding senior care, it’s important you know what lies on the road ahead.
By Milwaukee Magazine Staff

The Palace
No building in Milwaukee is as carefully preserved as Miller Park. Should we pay for it?
By Matt Hrodey

Fall Arts Guide
The season’s brightest stars shine right here in Milwaukee.
By Milwaukee Magazine Staff

Informed Decisions
Kurt Chandler’s monthly letter to our readers.
By Kurt Chandler

INSIDER

Till Debt Do Us Part
Why seniors are reluctantly untying the knot.
By Greta Weber 

The Littlest Libraries
The tiny lenders have quickly become a very big deal.
By Andy Vrakas

More Than A Curfew
How hard should cities crack down on teens who stay out after hours?
By Matthew Kulling 

Not the Real Glenn Grothman
The candidate for Congress has attracted a host of “vile” imitators.
By Matt Hrodey 

Outside Looking In
Can far-flung journalists really understand Wisconsin’s unique political landscape?
By Jane Hampden

Buying In
As the economy rebounds, millennials are finding homeownership more attractive.
By Dan Shafer

Pattern Play
These prints are anything but buttoned-up.
By Claire Hanan

DINING

Making Good
Five Bay Viewites join forces for one of the year’s most anticipated openings, Goodkind.
By Ann Christenson 

Deep in Dough
Hold on to your trend-deflector. The “craft” – would you prefer “gourmet”? – doughnut is here.
By Ann Christenson 

Chefrigerator of the Month: Zak Baker
Welcome to our pages, dear voyeurs, Pizza Man executive chef Zak Baker and his wife, Sarah (PM’s GM). The Bakers describe themselves as “very much obsessed over food.” The days are over since the couple would go to town on a cooking project, leaving their kitchen “trashed.” But their fridge shows some lingering obsessions.

POINT OF VIEW

Mary Isbister
Mary Isbister and husband Eric run GenMet Corp., a Mequon fabricating firm. But just who wears the pants?
By Corrinne Hess

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