The Wall Street Journal exposed the splendor and joy that is Maria's Pizza, 5025 W. Forest Home Ave., to the rest of the world this week.
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WSJ.com published an indepth piece on shopping today. Specifically, the story centers around shoppers in the greater Milwaukee area.
Former Wisconsin Badgers head football coach and current athletic director Barry Alvarez was profiled in the Wall Street Journal, but not for his accomplishments on the Madison campus. Instead, it was about his spectacular cabana behind his home.
After a recent visit to review Anton Chekhov's "The Seagull," Wall Street Journal critic Terry Teachout called Wisconsin's very own American Players Theatre in Spring Green the "finest classical-repertory company in the U.S."
Jay Bullock tells the Wall Street Journal, "In short, what (the author of the article) has offered in your pages, dear Wall Street Journal, is an error-riddled piece of propaganda designed to elicit sympathy for a single school."
The rapid spread to the mainstream media of the rumor that Aaron Rodgers is gay is a reminder that we live in "a Gawker/Buzz Feed world" ... and it makes Dave Begel unhappy.
A problem that arose last week, was that hackers were able to extract soundtrack and artwork files from a pre-sales version of "Grand Theft Auto 5" that was available for Play Station users in Europe.
Saturday's WSJ ran a story called "The Bloody Mary Makeover." It featured, among others, Trocadero's signature "The Frenchie" bloody mary.
The Wall Street Journal realizes Wisconsin is more than a budget battleground and included the state in its "The Off Duty Guide to Savoring Summer."
The venerable publication mentions the Water Street burger bar in a story about small businesses and social media.
Milwaukee has advanced two spots on MarketWatch's annual city rankings.
Today's wsj.com toasts The Milwaukee Repertory Theater and its current production of "The Norman Conquests."
The question now is: Will The Wall Street Journal retain that credibility? That is doubtful, now that the publication's parent company, Dow Jones, will be acquired by Rupert Murdoch's News Corp., which owns and operates Fox News, the New York Post and other conservative media outlets.