Results tagged with 'marquette interchange'
Published April 29, 2015
Every now and I again, I come across the photos I took the day I flew an airplane. Now, I make no claim on being either an airplane pilot or a great photographer, but the combination of dabbling in those things resulted in some decent aerial photos of the city, some of which made it into the original story. When I stumbled across them today, I decided to share them here, along with some great advice I received that day from my instruction ... "don't drop the camera out the window."
Published June 3, 2013
The new Three Bridges Park, which stretches from Mitchell Park on the east to the Urban Ecology Center at 37th Street on the west, is a 24-acre green space with lots of river access and plenty of rolling hills - man-made kettles, eskers and kames hills. It is due to open on July 20.
Published March 30, 2012
Milwaukee landmarks will add a little color throughout April in support of World Autism Awareness Day and Autism Awareness Month.
Published June 17, 2011
When I haven't seen Milwaukee in a little while, it looks huge. Like New York City huge. Like the biggest city in the whole world huge.
Published Jan. 7, 2011
The freeway system we know and use daily is a far cry from what was originally proposed in the 1940s and '50s, when the thought of zipping across the growing metropolis on freshly laid pavement seemed like something of a dream.
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After driving back into Milwaukee from the west side of town last night, we noticed a new vibrancy to the Marquette Interchange. BIG, BLUE LIGHTS!I don't know how long its been there, and maybe this is old news, but over the recent controversy of the new Red Gold Tomato billboard near the interch...
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