Results tagged with 'architecture'
Published June 7, 2016
Milwaukee as it could be. That's how artist John O'Neill approaches his unique, colorful, engaging and action-packed Milwaukee Envisioned series of drawings of the city, which mash up the past, present and potential future of the Brew City.
Published May 18, 2016
Save for a visit from a street-corner preacher, a trip to the bus stop rarely qualifies as a religious experience. However, those taking the bus to or from the Cathedral Square stop on the corner of Wells and Jackson might sense a little extra spirit.
Published April 28, 2016
In our lust to keep Milwaukee a happy place for millions of millennials, are we going to get stuck with a bunch of buildings that look like they belong in a Saturday morning cartoon?
Published April 26, 2016
While touring about Milwaukee, author and generally beloved nerd queen Felicia Day noticed the Usinger's "vaginal sausage." And that got our inner 12-year-olds thinking about other sexy-looking Milwaukee landmarks.
Published March 30, 2016
Florida Southern College's 100-acre, lakeside campus is the largest single-site collection of Frank Lloyd Wright buildings in the world. If you're not sure you want to visit, check out these images...
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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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