Dean Strang was a Wisconsin criminal defense attorney admired by his peers but little known to the general public. Then came “Making a Murderer.”
Wisconsin Public Television’s “Too Many Candles: Milwaukee Gun Violence” is streaming online now. Watch the new documentary here.
Uber has been called many things. One driver, returning to ferrying passengers decades after his stint as a Milwaukee cabbie calls the new ride-sharing service something else: a cure for loneliness.
Nothing says summer in Milwaukee like a scoop of frozen custard. But what is the best of the best? Let us know!
Join us on a global gastronomic tour of Milwaukee – with Asian and Latin cuisines especially well-represented.
The Milwaukee Art Museum will unveil its much-anticipated redesigned galleries Nov. 24. We’ve culled the must-know data.
Under-the-radar interview show “Our Issues Milwaukee,” hosted by Andrea Williams, allows local politicians to be something unusual: themselves.
Marvin Pratt, 71, was Milwaukee’s first African-American mayor. He lost the job after three months, but he’s moved beyond a bitter campaign.
The state-of-the-art in Milwaukee crosswalks at Water and Seeboth streets in the Third Ward, and what other cities have tried to prevent pedestrian accidents.
Milwaukee has earned the right to join the ranks of Earth-friendly cities.