After an almost two hour meeting and discussion, the Public Safety and Health Committee passed a proposed mask mandate for the City of Milwaukee. The ordinance now proceeds to the entire Common Council for approval next week.
Now available on Milwaukee Film's Sofa Cinema, "Capital in the Twenty-First Century" may be imperfect, but it still pulls off the impossible: It's perhaps the first economics lecture you'll actually want to attend.
These viewing options can help illuminate these dark times and move audiences toward understanding - and hopefully toward a better world for everyone. Because the very least we can do right now is listen and learn - and these are ten good places to start.
Alice Cooper's favorite party conversation fun fact will take the spotlight this week with "America's Socialist Experiment," a new PBS documentary about Milwaukee in the first half of the 20th century - much of it spent under the purview of socialist mayors.
To date, Iâ€TMve put out 113 episodes of the GoGedders podcast. This is the most important.
As you all know, the Wisconsin State Supreme Court overturned Gov. Tony Evers' "Safer At Home" order last week. But was this the right move? We got to hear from five diverse local business and political leaders giving a wide range of perspectives.
In a 4-3 decision, the Wisconsin Supreme Court struck down Gov. Tony Evers' "Safer at Home" order, which has been in effect since March 25 and was extended through May 26 as the state worked to limit the spread of the coronavirus outbreak.
The former First Lady claims that the tour and the doc now represents "totally me, unplugged, for the first time," but if "Becoming" is any evidence, the cord's still clearly wound pretty tight and constraining.
On Tuesday, the eyes of the world were on Wisconsin - though I'm sure they wished they could avert their gaze.
To help guide you through this crazy and confusing election - and help you and others stay as safe as possible - here's a guide to today's vote.
After weeks of debate and national scrutiny, Gov. Tony Evers today signed an executive order suspending in-person voting for the election scheduled for Tuesday, April 7, and moved the in-person election date to June 9, 2020.
The Milwaukee 2020 Host Committee and Democratic National Convention Committee on last Tuesday hosted conversations about what Milwaukee residents can expect when the DNC comes to town this summer. Here's what Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service learned.
I just returned from my first American Israel Public Affairs Committee Policy Conference in Washington, D.C. AIPAC's annual, 3-day event brings together 18,000 supporters of Israel from all over the country, including two-thirds of the members of Congress.
On Tuesday, Feb. 18, voters in Milwaukee will have the opportunity to help shape the city's future by participating in the spring primary election. Here are some steps, courtesy of Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service, to ensure that your voice is heard that day.
Jennifer Lopez and Shakira took the stage at the Super Bowl halftime show on Sunday - and it caused some controversy. But their spirited performance shouldn't have.