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Spaces & Traces heads west to visit treasures of Washington Heights

Published May 11, 2014

After a great event in Shorewood last year, the 33rd annual Spaces and Traces goes west on Saturday, May 17. This year, Washington Heights swings open its doors so that tour members can see more than a dozen homes and businesses in the West Side neighborhood.

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Spaces & Traces visits Shorewood

Published April 29, 2013

Since 1981, when Historic Walker's Point, Inc., held its Loft Spaces and Historic Traces, the annual Spaces & Traces tour has opened the doors of Milwaukee homes and historic spaces to the public. The 32nd installment of the event, held Saturday, May 18, features Shorewood.

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Urban spelunking: Scaling City Hall tower

Published Sept. 4, 2012

By now I've seen Milwaukee from the top of the Allen-Bradley clocktower, the 41st floor of the U.S. Bank Building, the lantern atop the dome at St. Josaphat Basilica and even from a twin-engine plane I piloted over Downtown. I've even viewed City Hall tower from the roof of The Pabst Theater. But I've got to say, it's much more exhilarating to look down on Milwaukee from atop Henry Koch's most famous hometown creation.

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Cream City brick built Milwaukee's name

Published Nov. 19, 2004

We're "Brew City" because of beer, that's a given. But "Cream City?" There are plenty of references like the Cream City Cycle Club. And the cream in question is not whipped and served inside a pastry at the State Fair, but rather in solid, brick form.

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