Post World War II temporary housing in Bay View
By John Ebersol
When World War II ended, thousands of veterans discovered that securing living quarters was virtually impossible when they returned home. »Read more
HALL MONITOR — Principal retention also a challenge for MPS

Fernwood Montessori School expansion underway
By Sheila Julson
A groundbreaking ceremony was held October 1 at Fernwood Montessori School to launch the construction of an addition to the popular... »Read more
Wild Workouts’ 11th Annual Turkey Trot Run November 26


» 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
» Bay View High School open house
» New era for Gallery Bookstore
» 2015 Pumpkin Pavilion
» Curbside food-waste-collection pilot approved
» Oak Leaf trail gets some love
» Common Council green lights Faust site redevelopment
» Garden District Farmers Market and Green Corridor thrive, shine
» Doggie Dip is Labor Day
» Gallery Night features six Bay View venues
» Call for dog-themed art
» King Building redevelopment underway
» An oral history of Bay View’s Chill on the Hill Concert series
» Crusade to save Frolics parade
» Out of the Darkness Community Walk Oct. 4
» PAREN(T)HESIS — Talking with strangers
» South Shore food pantries coping with FoodShare changes, for now
» IN BALANCE — Nurturing children with ADHD
» HALL MONITOR — How to get and keep teachers in MPS: Mentor us, trust us
» Report from the Kinnickinnic Avenue Business Improvement District 
» St. Francis Historical Society ice cream social Aug. 20
» ParenThesis — Racing, splashing, and kicking
» IN BALANCE — Pediatric acupuncture
» Bay View Historical Society to celebrate 35 years
» Tulip sculpture installed in Zillman Park
» Humboldt Park Beer Garden revives old Milwaukee tradition
» New co-op in Bay View
» Looking back at Chill On The Hill’s first years
» Moth Night at Wehr Nature Center July 24 and 25
» IN BALANCE — Chinese nutrition for cool night’s sleep
» PARENTHESIS — When to roam
» End of an Era — Gallery Books
» BID’s baskets damaged by wind 
» Senior Meals at Beulah Brinton Center
» An Entertainment Mall Is Not What Downtown Needs
» Service learning brings community, BVHS students together for greater good
» Bay View High School Marching band looking spiffy!
» BOOK REVIEW — Bootstrap New Urbanism: Design, Race, and Redevelopment in Milwaukee
» South Shore Farmers Market to begin 16th season
» Color abounds on Bay View’s Main Street
» IN BALANCE — The Golden Month
» HALL MONITOR — Lawmakers deal MPS deathblow
» PARENTHESIS — Travel with kids
» Live summer performance at St. Francis Library
» Portion of beer garden profits will help maintain park
» Town Hall Meeting about proposed gun club move to Warnimont Park June 3
» Attention families, history buffs, and fire truck enthusiasts
» Humboldt Park Listening Session Thursday, June 4
» No South Shore Frolics Parade
» Friends of South Shore Park Update + May 14 Potluck
» April Fool’s Issue’s Bay View Mechanics Story
» Habitat For Humanity Donation Blitz
» 2015 Youth Sailing Scholarships

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HALL MONITOR — Principal retention also a challenge for MPS HALL MONITOR — Principal retention also a challenge for MPS
By Jay Bullock

Bay View High School had exactly three principals during its first 59 years—between 1914, when the school was first organized in a series of barracks under the oversight of Gustav Fritsche, and 1973, when Arthur Showers retired. In mid-October this year, BVHS staff, including me, were introduced to Sandra Peterson, the sixth principal the school has... »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)HESIS — Multiple generations PAREN(T)HESIS — Multiple generations
By Jill Rothenbueler Maher

Relatives recently gathered together for some family time and grilled bratwurst. It was a good chance to chat with my parents and my maternal cousins, aunts and uncles, and even further-flung relatives. As with many family gatherings, we brought a dish to pass. We put a little effort into prepping it plus getting to my aunt and uncle’s house at the... »Read more