Oak Leaf trail gets some love
By Jill Rothenbueler Maher
Sections of the Oak Leaf Trail were repaved to replace broken pavement that many cyclists considered hazardous. »Read more
Gallery Night features six Bay View venues

Garden District Farmers Market and Green Corridor thrive, shine
By Sheila Julson
The Green Corridor, located on Sixth Street between Howard and College avenues... »Read more
Call for dog-themed art


» 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
» Holman to challenge Zielinski for District 14 seat
» Run/Walk Event June 6 in Humboldt Park
» Humboldt Park 4th of July Association seeking members
» Bay View Tragedy Commemoration is May 3
» Park Group Has New Name
» Congratulations Hannah!
» Carol Voss is new District 8 school board member
» Chinese Medicine includes Feng Shui
» Re-thinking movie night
» Research confirms fixing Milwaukee’s schools means fixing Milwaukee too
» Public meeting May 20 about potential development for former Army Reserve land
» Avalon Theater landmark ceremony features Vel Phillips documentary June 1
» Strontium levels in Pryor Avenue Well water prompt precautionary health advisory
» Floral-form sculpture planned for Zillman Park
» IN BALANCE — Stay healthy this spring

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Hall Monitor — Making Wisconsin education a laughingstock again Hall Monitor — Making Wisconsin education a laughingstock again

In 2010, to very little fanfare, Wisconsin made a significant leap forward. It adopted the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). Instead of paying to develop its own new standards and a new test based on those standards, the Dept. of Public Instruction (DPI) decided it would be cheaper, faster, and wiser to join up with other states that had made the... »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 — Quality time PAREN(T)HESIS — Quality time
By Jill Rothenbueler Maher

There is a Chris Janson country music song makes me smile every time it comes on the radio. The tongue-in-cheek lyrics include, “Everybody says money can’t buy happiness, but it can buy me a boat and it can buy me a truck to pull it.” The light-hearted song has caused me to think a little deeper about what I value and whether money can help achieve... »Read more