Results tagged with 'Urban Spelunking'
Published April 12, 2019
Thanks to a partnership between the Medical College of Wisconsin and the Greater Milwaukee Foundation, the beautiful Kirchhoff & Rose-designed building at King and Garfield is getting a makeover and new use. Today we went inside for one last look before the conversion begins.
Published April 8, 2019
Tradition runs deep in Cudahy and the Pulaski Hall that was built there, at 3900 E. Pulaski Ave., in 1905 not only still stands, it's still operating. And it still bears the name of the "Father of the American cavalry," Kazimierz Pulaski.
Published April 2, 2019
If news that Nomad World Pub owner Mike Eitel had sold the building the bar's occupied since 1995 gave you a little scare, don't worry. Eitel says he's not going anywhere. In fact, next year will mark the popular Brady Street corner tap's 25th anniversary at 1401 E. Brady St.
Published March 28, 2019
One perk of my job is that when I go places, folks who know my Urban Spelunking series are not only willing, but even eager, to take me to rarely visited spaces. Like when I was invited up to scale the turret atop the former Schlitz Malt House, now MPS' Golda Meir School upper campus.
Published March 22, 2019
There are some places that we just can't imagine losing - though, of course, many such classics have disappeared over the years - and Koz's Mini Bowl, 2078 S. 7th St., on the South Side is surely one of them.
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