Bay View Art in the Park moving to Humboldt Park
By Sheila Julson
Bay View Art in the Park will be held at a new location this summer. »Read more
Letter To Editor — How Tippecanoe Neighborhood got its name


Marian Center will close July 1
By Sheila Julson
After a quarter century, the Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi announced they would close their Marian Center for Nonprofits July 1. »Read more
2016 Winter Blast New, new format and a fundraiser

News

» Milwaukee County Board unanimously approves park protection resolution
» Bay View Historical Society house concert
» Humboldt Park Friends elect new board members
» Bay View Art in the Park moving to Humboldt Park
» IN BALANCE — Welcome to February!
» Paren(t)thesis — Homes have seen much change
» Hall Monitor — A good time to make real changes to high schools
» Marian Center will close July 1
» Candidate Forum March 1
» 2016 Winter Blast New, new format and a fundraiser
» Tomorrow: Learn about all MPS schools and programs, meet principals and apply early at the Annual MPS All-School Enrollment Fair
» County Supervisor Patricia Jursik calls zoning protection for South Shore parks
» 43 Milwaukee County parks (including Bay View, Grant, Sheridan) at risk, could be sold by County Exec Abele
» Common Ground leaders who oppose Bucks arena deal plan door-to-door campaign prior to April 5 local elections
» BVC and BVNA Candidate Forum & Debate March 1st!
» Milwaukee DPW schedules for Monday, Jan. 18, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday
» Milwaukee Arts Board releases applications for 2016 project grant cycle
» State assessments provide snapshot of student achievement in state, MPS
» SEWISC currently has funds available to assist with control of invasive species
» Public meeting Jan. 19 to discuss potential small community garden in Cupertino Park
» Microgreens Workshop to be Presented at The Domes Jan. 16
» Tippecanoe Library events
» Bay View Library children’s events
» Bay View Historical Society house concert
» Bay View winter window winners
» BVNA January and February open meetings
» Historical Society Elects New Officers
» IN BALANCE — The right cup of tea
» Natural ingredients, local vendors featured in Bay View boutique
» HALL MONITOR — Politics in the classroom
» LOOKING BACK — Low-Income Duplex Conversion Boiled Over
» PAREN(T)HESIS — Important things first
» Stately companion of grace and grandeur
» Tippecanoe Library’s vibrant makeover dazzles
» First Street Bascule Bridge scheduled for 16-month rehab 2017-2018
» Welcome to Bay View in green and blue
» 200 to receive Star Wars free-admission at Avalon Dec. 17
» BOOK REVIEW — Finding Yourself in the Kitchen
» IN BALANCE — Eating for optimal digestion
» LOOKING BACK — Bay View, November 1981
» HALL MONITOR — Pulaski-Carmen partnership—wrong solution, wrong message
» PAREN(T)HESIS — Two first steps
» Bay View Kinnickinnic Knitters meet at Bay View Library
» Bay View High School Winter Concert December 10
» Cantare Chorale December 5
» Tree lighting with Santa December 7 at South Shore Park Pavilion
» Tippecanoe Branch grand reopening December 12
» St. Francis Library Holiday Party December 5
» Strip Mall replaces former gas station
» A haven for knitters and crafters
» Four Seasons Skate Park city loan on hold
» Saint Lucas students explore tomorrow’s careers through new STEM program
» Go beyond paper and plastic with these 10 recycling ideas for America Recycles Day
» South Shore Terrace to serve free beer and root beer Sun. Nov. 8
» Handcrafted jewelry show by local bead artists Nov. 14
» “Growing” clean air workshop at The Domes
» Flavors of Fall cheese tasting and stew sampling Nov. 14
» Outpost Natural Foods installing solar panels in Mequon store
» Wild Workouts’ 11th Annual Turkey Trot Run November 26
» Labor activist Joe Hill memorial concert Nov. 19
» Local writer launches Kickstarter to promote board game
» IN BALANCE — Chronic pain
» PAREN(T)HESIS — Multiple generations
» HALL MONITOR — Principal retention also a challenge for MPS
» Four Seasons Skate Park may relocate to Vilter site
» Post World War II temporary housing in Bay View
» Fernwood Montessori School expansion underway
» IN BALANCE — Transition to fall
» Hall Monitor — Making Wisconsin education a laughingstock again
» PAREN(T)HESIS — Quality time
» Bay View Library to host Wisconsin water photo display
» Leaf piles on street begins Oct. 1
» UWM Artists Now! free lectures
» Rummage-A-Rama! October 24-25
» MREA Solar Celebration October 3

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Hall Monitor — A good time to make real changes to high schools Hall Monitor — A good time to make real changes to high schools

I’m an Apple guy. But I am not thrilled to learn that the Milwaukee Public Schools is going after grant money from XQ: The Super School Project, a high school reform-effort largely funded by Laurene Powell Jobs, wife of the late Apple Computer founder Steve Jobs. For one thing, we’ve done this before. There was a stretch in the 2000s when MPS received... »Read more

THE FINE PRINT — Does it pay to incorporate in a different state? THE FINE PRINT — Does it pay to incorporate in a different state?
By Jan Pierce

Corporations and other limited liability entities are creatures of state statute. That means that each state has its own rules for chartering them, and its own requirements regarding fees, taxes, reporting, and disclosure. This would appear to provide a corporation 50 different options to choose from. But when you consider all of the variables involved,... »Read more

Paren(t)thesis — Homes have seen much change Paren(t)thesis — Homes have seen much change

Lots of us live in Bay View’s old homes and apartment buildings—many of them have been reroofed and re-sided but rely on bones that are about 100 years old. When I’m hanging out at a friend’s old house, I sometimes daydream about how many children have lived in a particular house over the decades. How many little hands have pulled at the built-in... »Read more