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Urban Spelunking: Milwaukee-Western Fuel Co. / Work Lofts building

Published Dec. 27, 2018

The building 2140-50 N. Prospect Ave. isn't large, but you can't miss it because of its striking exterior. Built in 1934 as headquarters for the Milwaukee-Western Fuel Company, the building was designed by hometown architect Herbert Tullgren, who drew a two-story Art Deco gem of a building.

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Brewery Spelunking: Good City Brewing

Published March 2, 2018

When Good City Brewing opened in 2016, the owners had no idea they were tapping into a building with a (minor) beer connection. But with the success Good City has had in less than two years, this sturdy, handsome building has already moved into the annals of Milwaukee brewing history.

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Tyjeski's walking tour takes in East Side terra cotta

Published July 21, 2016

Walker's Point-based ceramics sculptor, teacher and architectural historian Ben Tyjeski is also a leader of walking tours around town; ones that focus on the city's terra cotta, the subject of a book he's working to get published. His next tour is on Sunday.

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Last look: Stratford Arms Hotel/MU's former Jesuit Residence

Published June 13, 2016

Last October, Marquette University opened a new Jesuit Residence. But one reader knew I'd be more interested in the building the priests formerly called home. So join me as we take a last look at the old Stratford Arms Hotel before it is razed in July.

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Urban spelunking: Downer Theatre turns 100

Published Dec. 3, 2015

Reports of the opening of the Downer Theatre on Friday, Dec. 3, 1915, were modestly glowing, calling the venue an "elegantly appointed and comfortably arranged entertainment place." A century later, that's still a pretty apt description of the Downer.

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