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Dipping into the (this time real) mailbag

Published May 20, 2014

A couple months ago, Jay Bullock figured that the fake-advice column trope was old enough and common enough that it would be obvious. Apparently not. This time, the column is not fake, instead looking back at a couple of recent columns to pull out actual comments received on this site, via email, or through other means, and responding or extending his argument a little.


Schools & Communities United unveils education report and organizing event

Published May 14, 2014

In advance of a celebration of the 60th anniversary of the landmark Brown v. Board of Education decision that led to the desegregation of America's schools, Milwaukee's School & Communities United - a coalition of community, teacher, student, labor, civic and religious organizations - has issued a report on education in Milwaukee.


Three things former residents miss about Milwaukee

Published Jan. 13, 2014

Focusing on the positive, because it's a fresh New Year and all, here are the top three things numerous ex-pats miss about Milwaukee - along with a thing or two they don't yearn for.


Laughing at racism

Published Feb. 14, 2013

Everyone can agree: race - and racism - is one touchy subject. With "Clybourne Park," the Milwaukee Rep tackles the issue in an unconventional way: with comedy. Gerard Neugent sits down with to discuss the power of comedy to create dialogue within the community.

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