Light the Hoan will bring a little light (literally) to these dark days as the project announced it will proceed with phase one of its mission and begin lighting the west side of the Hoan.
Celebrate Milwaukee Day with these totally Milwaukee images. They are shareable, fun and perfect for 414 Day or any day! On, Milwaukee.
The ongoing effort to raise funds to illuminate the Hoan Bridge, which spans Jones Island and the Milwaukee harbor, connecting Downtown to Bay View, has raised another $500,000 of its more than $4 million goal.
Milwaukee photographer Bob Cavallo shot a lot of concerts over the years. He also shot film at Summerfest 1971.
The Daniel Hoan Memorial Bridge - aka "The Hoan" - will soon be permanently a-glow with seasonal lighting, and this week Milwaukee will get a glimpse of what it will look like in all of its illuminated glory.
We return to Karl Bandow's archive of vintage Ray Szopieray images to share with you the construction of some familiar Brew City landmarks. Enjoy these images of Milwaukee as its skyline changed in the past.
Local artists Chacho Lopez and Benjamin Stark will paint a mural at Boone & Crockett on Saturday, Sept. 8 - and everyone is invited to watch the process.
Help shine lights on one of our city's best features, the Hoan Bridge. You can #LighttheHoan for someone you love, someone you think moves Milwaukee forward or someone that you know needs a brighter look at the world. This is Judge Derek Mosley's story.
#LightTheHoan Bridge, move Milwaukee forward! We believe Milwaukee has never had a brighter future. And we want to prove it, but need your help to light up the Hoan Bridge and tell more positive Milwaukee stories.
As the saying goes, there are eight million stories in the naked city. Milwaukee author Leah Dobkin tells some of them in her book, "Soul of a Port," which aims to do more than simply offer a chronological history of this vital piece of Milwaukee.
It debuted on Friday, July 7 only on Instagram, but now this buzzed about Milwaukee video is being rolled out on multiple platforms including right here on OnMilwaukee. Designed and produced by Social Candy, it's meant to be shared and as a showcase for our fine city.
As OnMilwaukee enters its 18th year, we are once again looking at how we do things, what we stand for, and how we can improve. And so we have unveiled a new logo to help steer us on a productive path.
For Brian Jacobson, an art photographer and journalist who works in Milwaukee, photography has been constant. Last year, during the late summer months through early fall, he decided to take a series of photographs from different, and often unseen, perspectives from high places within the metropolitan area.
It's easy to complain about highway construction in Milwaukee. After all, it's pretty much a constant. When one project finishes, another begins ... if we're lucky. More often, it seems like every interchange or stretch of freeway is being worked on all at once.
Perhaps you've noticed that sometimes the Lincoln Memorial Drive ramp to head west on I-794 is open and sometimes it's closed, leading you to enter just to the west at Jackson Street. Well, that Jackson Street entrance is closing now and there are other changes kicking in as part of the work on the Hoan and 794.