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Westown leads charge to burnish Court of Honor

Published March 9, 2015

Last month the Westown Association launched a campaign to raise money to complete the restoration of the Court of Honor, a group of statues in the median on Wisconsin Avenue, between 9th and 10th Streets.


5 best spots to twerk in Milwaukee

Published Aug. 26, 2013

After Miley's titillating performance at the VMAs last night, the editorial staff here at began to wonder: where are the best places in Milwaukee to get your twerk on? Which spots would make for some really awesome twerk-pics?


Urban spelunking: In praise of carpenters

Published June 24, 2013

A couple simple pencil lines got me thinking. While I'd often thought of the architects of these stately buildings, hard at work at their drafting tables, I hadn't spent much time thinking about the hard working folks who dug the foundations, set the limestone blocks in place, laid the bricks, framed the elaborate roofs.


Urban spelunking: Historic Miller Caves excavate new role

Published June 5, 2013

The Miller Caves, which are a featured part of the Miller Brewery tours, were excavated in 1850, making them nearly as old as the city itself. This cool, historic subterranean space is alive again with beer dinners and, now, as a concert venue.


Rediscover Milwaukee neighborhoods with GeoTour

Published May 18, 2013

Don't be scared away by the high-tech sounding name. Geocaching is just one big scavenger hunt, and it's easy enough for all ages to partake. Already attracting more than 5 million participants around the world, this treasure-hunt meets hide-and-go-seek pastime just got more interesting and more accessible for Milwaukeeans.

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