Results tagged with 'Urban Spelunking'
Published May 15, 2017
Amid the many changes on the East Side, there are some places that have remained gloriously unchanged. One of those places is Landmark Lanes, 2220 N. Farwell Ave., which celebrates its 90th birthday this week with a party on Wednesday, May 17 from 5 until 7 p.m.
Published May 12, 2017
Despite what you've heard, Milorganite is not made out of human feces. When I took a tour of the Jones Island plant, Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District agency services director Jeff Spence and public information manager Bill Graffin want to dispel that myth.
Published May 9, 2017
For many Milwaukeeans, mention of The Grand Theater conjures images of 1980s Wisconsin Avenue. But long before the palatial Warner Theater was recast as The Grand to complement the opening of The Grand Avenue Mall, there was the neighborhood Grand Theater on Holton Street.
Published May 2, 2017
Among the more delicious examples of adaptive reuse in Milwaukee is the Colectivo Lakefront Cafe, where not only is the coffee hot and the food simple and delicious, but the setting can't be beat. While I love the lakefront site, I love the building even more.
Published April 25, 2017
Though the language and country of origin is different, St. Martini Lutheran Church and School continues to serve as a vibrant landmark in the heart of a Milwaukee immigrant community on the city's near South Side.
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