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Pajot recounts rocky story of building our iconic City Hall

Published Jan. 8, 2014

If you think getting things done in city government is challenge these days, then I suggest you read Milwaukee historian Dennis Pajot's most recent book. His engrossing "Building Milwaukee City Hall" isn't subtitled, "The Political, Legal and Construction Battles" for nothing.


The Brady Street cow pasture and the Civil War camp where baseball debuted

Published Oct. 30, 2013

Bobby Tanzilo admits he's on an arcane search for the minutiae of Milwaukee history. But he's amazed at how many people are interested in going along for the hyperlocal ride. This week, he found the Brady Street cow pasture and the Original Marsh Lands on a map of Milwaukee in the 1870s.


New MECCA sculpture to debut Sept. 21

Published Sept. 11, 2013

The new sculpture created with the iconic MECCA basketball floor will be revealed to the general public on Saturday, Sept. 21 in the City Hall rotunda during Historic Milwaukee's Doors Open Milwaukee event.


In defense of Milwaukee's flag

Published Aug. 7, 2013

"You know what? It's been 222 years since there were 13 states in the Union. Isn't it time we got rid of those outdated stripes on the American flag?" ... said no one. Ever. Critics of our regal city flag say that it's "ugly" and "outdated." Dustin Weis says, "exactly."

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