At UWM’s Capstone Show, good design is more than clever products and clever marketing. Design Thinking is a way of looking at the world and changing it.
A diverse group of city leaders will gather at the Pabst Theatre for an intimate and lively discussion about our dear Milwaukee’s future.
The COA renews a Riverwest park with a grand view of Downtown and the Milwaukee River and expands its Skyline Music Festival.
The TCD photo team takes you through the city with more than 70 photos from Historic Milwaukee’s second annual Doors Open Milwaukee.
The War Memorial is in a state of disrepair, and Milwaukee Art Museum is putting forth a new plan to help revive its lakefront neighbor.
On Sept. 22 and 23, more than 125 buildings will be on display as Historic Milwaukee, Inc. hands over the keys to the city for Doors Open Milwaukee.
Award-winning Parks Director Sue Black is no longer an employee of Milwaukee County.
Hard work and dedication has generated a full-scale revival that has the Brady Street community back on top and better than ever.
The I-794 Freeway project is set to begin in Fall 2012 with changes to I-794, the Lake Freeway and the Hoan Bridge, which will stay open during construction.
With Young Professional Week, the group’s largest event to date, Ian Abston and Newaukee aim to make Milwaukee a “next generation city.”