Multiple cities including Los Angeles, New York City, Chicago, Louisville, Indianapolis and Cleveland have created encyclopedias - both print and online versions - and soon Milwaukee will have one, too. No, it's not called Mili-pedia.
Since 1981, when Historic Walker's Point, Inc., held its Loft Spaces and Historic Traces, the annual Spaces & Traces tour has opened the doors of Milwaukee homes and historic spaces to the public. The 32nd installment of the event, held Saturday, May 18, features Shorewood.
If you follow the local arts community, listen to Dave and Carole on WKLH-FM 96.5 or watch Milwaukee and Wisconsin Public Television, then chances are you know who John McGivern is. His latest venture has him traversing across the state, profiling communities in a half-hour program called "Around the Corner with John McGivern."
Brewers’ Hill & The Beerline—where old meets the new!
The Old: Brewers’ Hill is among the city’s oldest residential neighborhoods. Originally surrounded by both commercial and industrial concerns, the area developed such that business owners and laborers li...