With a shortage of workers in the construction trades, there’s a solution staring the industry in the face: fewer than 5% of electricians, plumbers and bricklayers are women.
Even when she’s logging long hours at work, Michelle Schultz of Wauwatosa still manages to find her center.
A local nonprofit brings showers, and much more, to those in need.
This treasure under our noses is a ribbon of trees, water and wildlife interrupting the bustle of the city.
In the wake of the Civil War, Milwaukee’s women banded together to create a haven for wounded veterans that endures to this day.
The owners of this vintage furniture store take pride in finding and restoring quality furniture that can be passed down for generations.
The amazing, phenomenal, stupendous, exceptional, fantabulous, rad, definitely NOT terrible, city of champions 2021 issue of Best of Milwaukee
From a delicious new restaurant to our favorite spot for a soft pretzel, here are our favorite parts of food and drink this year in MKE.
Our executive editor plays the legendary Whistling Straits golf course in advance of the Ryder Cup.
From ‘Beyond Van Gogh’ to Jrue Holiday, here are our favorite parts of arts and culture this year in MKE.