Milwaukee Magazine

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The day of the drone is upon us.

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Downtown Milwaukee could be at the cusp of something big. But will our city's leadership capitalize on it?

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When it comes to the experience of eating out, everyone has their likes and dislikes.  

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If passed, the ramifications of a proposed bill that would change how we pay for and govern the state’s area technical schools.

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The Chicago Marathon came and went this past weekend, and before that it was Milwaukee’s Lakefront Marathon.

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Researchers and institutions working on the issues of concussions in sports have come to the fore with high-profile injuries at the professional and near-professional collegiate level, but they're also prevalent in everything from youth sports to recreational leagues.

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Occasional August openings tease the traditional Labor Day start of the fall arts season, whether it’s plays, concerts, exhibition openings or dance.

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It’s not unusual for Milwaukee Magazine to offer a guide to living in Milwaukee.

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Wisconsin’s primary elections are next Tuesday.  But it will be the general election in November that many believe will effectively be a referendum, another one, on the course Scott Walker has set as governor of Wisconsin.

5 Great Milwaukee Spots to Imbibe the Perfect Summer Drink

Jun 6, 2014
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Each summer, Milwaukee Magazine compiles its list of what’s what in town, and among this year’s offerings is a guide to the best places for a refreshing – and alcoholic – drink this summer.

The Water Council

The idea that Milwaukee could someday become the hub for the world’s freshwater technology innovations has been talked about enough that it seems that it’s a long-held belief by community leaders.

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Even for people who have few cavities, a trip to the dentist can seem like, well, pulling teeth.

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Milwaukee Magazine president and publishing icon Betty Quadracci died on Monday night. She was 75.

Quadracci co-founded the printing company Quad/Graphics with her late husband Harry in 1971.  The company purchased Milwaukee Magazine in the 1980s, and Quadracci served as its publisher until earlier this year.

Milwaukee Magazine's chief editor Kurt Chandler says Quadracci wanted to make sure her publication wasn't just another city magazine.

Pablove Foundation

Many musicians struggle, but even so, Milwaukee native Jeff Castelaz is an extraordinary case. 

What Do Milwaukee's Young Professional Groups Do?

Nov 21, 2013
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Since it came on the scene four years ago, the organization known as Newaukee has connected thousands of Milwaukee’s young professionals.

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