The school served a small community of fishing families from 1896 to 1919.
And it started with a small herd of deer as its first inhabitants.
If it weren’t for uncounted tons of landfill and a government breakwater, the waves could still be lapping against the bluffs.
Water Street was the retail heart of the city before it became what it is today.
How the testimony of a bottle-wielding queer woman of color and two men intent on telling her story brought light to this key piece of LGBTQ history.
Get a glimpse into the history of this long-standing Milwaukee building.
Looking back at the ghost of Milwaukee Christmases past, and the annual Schuster’s parade
This is a historic moment.
As we celebrate 100 years of Packerdom, we’ve found a memorable moment from each decade of the team’s existence.