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Sandra Bertolas: Gone but not Forgotten

With white shutters warming under the bright spring sunshine, Dorothy Bertolas' small one-story home sits quietly along the sleepy residential streets of Menomonee Falls, Wis. The house's interior is warm, snug, and neat as a pin. Its walls, all painted in a crisp eggshell white, are laden with relics of a time gone by. Years [...] The post Sandra Bertolas: Gone but not Forgotten appeared first on Media Milwaukee.

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As one of Milwaukee's oldest neighborhoods, settled by Polish and German immigrants, Riverwest is blessed with a plethora of great architecture. So much, that this quick tour will focus only on the section of the neighborhood north of Locust Street. Of course, there are many more interesting buildings than these, but consider this a kickstart to exploring what the neighborhood has to offer.