Roasting Company opened its second location this fall in an old bottling plant
warehouse in Walker’s Point (224 W. Bruce St.), just a half-block west of
Second Street. The new location allows the micro-roastery to add two roasters.
A large café on site offers fresh-brewed coffee and
Those who discovered the local
coffee roaster Valentine by way of a pour-over at the farmers market or by the
bag at a local grocery store will be happy to know that the roastery recently
opened its first tasting room in Washington Heights (5918 W. Vliet St.). Valentine features a selection of
A new music conservatory has positioned itself to become a cultural hub for the Washington Heights neighborhood on Milwaukee's West Side. That's what West End Conservatory founders Neil Davis and Isaiah Joshua hope for the
No one knows exactly who coined the term "creative
nonfiction," though author and writing teacher Lee Gutkind staked his
claim on the phrase when he founded a literary journal by the same name in
1993. In fact, Vanity Fair
Area farmers' markets are one of the best perks of Milwaukee's mild, sweet summers. These grassroots outdoor markets feature the area's freshest local produce along with artisan meats and cheeses, delicious prepared foods, locally roasted coffees...
This fascinating biography of Tolstoy, the first since the fall of the Soviet Union, draws on newly accessible information. Cultural historian Rosamund Bartlett carefully reconstructs each era of Tolstoy's personal history, from his aristocratic childhood to his final...
“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” For this reason and others, readers continue to seek out books recounting tales from Nazi Germany's mass extermination of Jews, the Romani (gypsies), homosexuals and other groups in Europe in the 1930s and '40s. One of the latest...