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Urban spelunking: Former Jennaro Brothers warehouse

Published July 26, 2016

It's been 11 years since Commission Row gasped its last breath. Now, the building at 322 N. Broadway that hung on until the end of the street's run as a produce hub is being redeveloped into retail and office space. We go inside and take a look.


Tyjeski's walking tour takes in East Side terra cotta

Published July 21, 2016

Walker's Point-based ceramics sculptor, teacher and architectural historian Ben Tyjeski is also a leader of walking tours around town; ones that focus on the city's terra cotta, the subject of a book he's working to get published. His next tour is on Sunday.


A look at City Lights Brewing's Eschweiler-designed home

Published July 21, 2016

One of many breweries on tap for Milwaukee this year, City Lights is perhaps the most exciting for me. But not necessarily for the beer - though I'm eager to try that, too, of course - as much as for its Alexander Eschweiler-designed home.


Excavation lays to rest talk of old East Side cemetery

Published July 20, 2016

When folks dig, I always hope something turns up. Except, that is, when excavation began in June for a new addition to Maryland Avenue Montessori School on the East Side, where I am a member of the School Governance Council and also served on the building addition team.


Urban spelunking: H.J. Geerlings House

Published July 15, 2016

Rarely have I encountered a place as challenging to unwind as the Victorian house at 2844 W. Kilbourn St. This home, for sale by the city, has been dubbed the "H.J. Geerlings House" because it was built and designed by Henry J. Geerlings.

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