Milwaukee Gets Arty in the Third Ward
In Milwaukee, a city best known for its blue-collar roots, an artistic side is starting to emerge, particularly in an area known as the Third Ward.
Some Brides Are Just Born To Be Wild
Not all brides dream of a horse drawn carriage. Some actually prefer the power of the horse on two wheels, with the wind in their hair and the wide-open road.Download PDF
America’s 100 best beer bars: 2012
Pubs, dives, taverns, canteens, watering holes and holes-in-the-wall: Once again, we’ve surveyed the lay of the beer-bar land and found 100 one-off spots where there’s a barstool any beer lover can call home.
Vacation on the Run: Traveling for Destination Races
Is exercising on your list of New Year’s resolutions?
Now that the gluttony of the holidays is over, it’s time to start thinking about how you’re going to make that resolution a reality.
Meanderings in Milwaukee
As sure as the Milwaukee area is a stomping ground for everyone from Harley-Davidson devotees and foodies to some hilarious Bridesmaids, it’s a destination that handily accommodates any group and any meeting itinerary a planner could dream up.
Beyond just brats and beer
There's good eating in Milwaukee, the city that doesn't care if you think it's cool. After all, it gave up long ago trying to impress outsiders and now exists for its own contentment.
550 new hotel rooms to add competition in downtown Milwaukee
With three new hotels being built, and another expected to resume construction, downtown Milwaukee will add around 550 hotel rooms over the next two years - the most in well over a decade.
Visions of post-industrial Milwaukee
A Milwaukee exhibition celebrates efforts to renovate and revitalize industrial space.Download PDF