Results tagged with 'Architecture'
Published Dec. 23, 2015
Milwaukee is the home and eponym of Cream City brick, much of it made right in the Menomonee Valley near Downtown. Here is a quick tour of some fine examples of a variety of Brew City building types executed in Cream City brick.
Published Nov. 17, 2015
It's gray and rainy outside. Both my kids are sick. I ran out of LaCroix. I am wearing my dorky glasses. But maybe that's why these colorful houses jumped out at me today while I carted my germy people to doctors and drug stores.
Published Sept. 8, 2015
There's no better way to get a peek inside Milwaukee's most interesting - and often most historic - sites, many of them typically off limits to the public, than Historic Milwaukee Inc.'s annual Doors Open Milwaukee event. Historic Milwaukee has asked me to list some of my favorite sites included in this year's event and here they are, followed by a few of the sites that top my wish list.
Published Sept. 4, 2015
Recently, I encouraged you to submit photos of Milwaukee arches via social media for a contest to win a prize package from Historic Milwaukee Inc. I'm pleased to report that after consulting with Stacy Swadish, executive director of Historic Milwaukee, we have a winner.
Published July 10, 2015
For the past 15 years, Milwaukee nonprofit, WasteCap Resource Solutions has been working to not only keep building materials out of the dump, but also to conserve resources by reusing materials and, at the same time, provide employment and job training to Milwaukee residents. Now, it opens its new warehouse to the public.
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I thought it might be fun for readers to find out how to build an igloo. They provide shelter and retain heat when frigid temperatures threaten human safety. Here is how: Step 1. Cut blocks from dry, hard, hard snow, using a snow saw or large knife. Each block should...
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