Sadly, Green Gallery West didn’t survive the July fire that engulfed a
building on Riverwest’s Center Street. Fortunately, however, artist and owner
John Riepenhoff quietly perseveres at Green
It’s never easy to upset a decade’s old tradition, particularly one as deep-rooted as afternoon tea, but several years ago, after decades of hosting winter tea service in its grand Lobby Lounge, the Pfister Hotel moved the
Scattered across Milwaukee are school buildings that shine like gems,
once you look past the chalk dust and grime for ornamental friezes, murals and
solid architectural bones in shapes from Romanesque Revival and Queen Anne
Over the course of his prolific 20-year
writing career, Sherman Alexie has given us a view into the modern
American-Indian experience through favorites such as The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven and
Last week, I co-presented at Thrive: The
Integrative Conference for Women’s Health
with a doctor from Froedtert’s Women’s Incontinence and
Sexual Health (WISH) Clinic.
Our goal: to talk to health care providers
In what his campaign has described as a “grassroots event,” perhaps stretching the definition of whatever that term means or was once meant to mean, President Barack Obama will campaign with pop star Katy Perry on Saturday at Milwaukee’s Delta Convention Center, 400 W. Wisconsin Ave., as part of a final push through the swing state ahead of Tuesday’s election. Perry will perform at the eve...
Though most people know Ina Garten as the contented, reassuringly soft-spoken host of the Food Network’s long-running “Barefoot Contessa,” she considers her television gig secondary to her true career as a cookbook...