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Living - June 20, 2018
Urban Spelunking: A UWM campus walking tour with Bob Greenstreet
Recently, I took a walk around the UW-Milwaukee campus with School of Architecture and Urban Planning dean and professor Bob Greenstreet. Come along for the stroll...
#RaiseMKE - June 14, 2018
Urban Spelunking: A former tavern & new home for Victory Garden
Earlier this year, Victory Garden Initiative announced that it would purchase a former corner tavern at 3279 N. Richards St. in Harambee and renovate it for its new Farmhouse - A Place to Gather and Create. We go inside the building and its history.
#RaiseMKE - June 5, 2018
Arts @ Large begins to transform historic building into new community center
Arts @ Large kicked off the renovation of its new Walker's Point home Tuesday morning with a groundbreaking ceremony attended by Mayor Tom Barrett, Alderman José Perez and members of the Arts @ Large Board of Directors.
Milwaukee History - June 5, 2018
Urban Spelunking: Hausch's long-lived Tosa tavern
Sometimes all it takes is a passing reference - a little tidbit - to crack open a bigger story. When I mentioned John Hausch's early 20th century tavern in Tosa Village in my Colonel Hart's story, my friend Joe Hausch contacted me to say thanks for mentioning his grandpa's tap. Then, the history emerged.
Milwaukee History - May 31, 2018
Urban spelunking: Douglas' Collins House, this year's breast cancer showhouse
Although it's been altered over the years, the 1876 cream city brick home designed by James Douglas for grain broker Gilbert Collins, still stands tall at 1363 N. Prospect Ave. This year it is the Showhouse for a Cure, which means you can tour it for a good cause.