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Milwaukee History - Dec. 3, 2019
Urban spelunking: The East Side Clock Tower Building
The Clock Tower Building, 2266 N. Prospect Ave., at the corner of Prospect and North Avenues is most assuredly an East Side landmark, visible from all directions and across generations who have gazed up at its three faces to synchronize watches or make sure a meeting wasn't missed.
Milwaukee History - Nov. 26, 2019
Urban spelunking: Former Pabst grain elevators at the Brewery District
When I first scaled Building #16A at the former Pabst Brewery site in 2010, sprawled out before me was a site full of possibilities. Nearly a decade later, that 14-story building - the Pabst grain elevators built in 1953 - is the last remaining property at the site left to be developed.
Bars & Clubs - Nov. 19, 2019
Urban spelunking: Malteurop's West Milwaukee malting plant
The former Froedtert Malt Complex, just off Miller Park Way, at 38th and Grant Streets in West Milwaukee, looks - from a distance - like a small, second downtown, with a skyline profile of its own. We take you inside!
Milwaukee History - Nov. 13, 2019
Do you recognize the woman in this B. Artin Haig portrait?
Once in a while, during visits to places around town for Urban Spelunking stories, I come across unexpected things. Like the photo you see here. Do you know who she is?
Marketplace - Nov. 5, 2019
Urban spelunking: Be Spectacled & former Drews Variety & Gridley Dairy
Depending on your age, or when Tosa Village became part of your reality, you may call the buildings at 7505-13 Harwood Avenue by different names. The two-story red brick building, erected in 1909 and currently undergoing renovations to become the new home of Be Spectacled, is packed full of Wauwatosa history.