Lincoln Warehouse — A hive for creatives and entrepreneurs
By Sheila Julson
Originally built in 1928 to house baking operations for then-supermarket giant A&P, today Lincoln Warehouse bustles with the activity of its 130 tenants. »Read more
Pumpkin Pavilion 2014


Bay View Terrace is 50
By Kevin Meagher
Bay View Terrace, 2525 S. Shore Drive was built for $3.5 million fifty years ago. On May 5, 1964, the ground was broken for BVT, when it was in line to become Milwaukee’s very first condominium building. »Read more
Sharrows on Russell Avenue

News

» Houdini’s Life and Legend at St. Francis Library
» St. Francis Civic Center Dedication
» Sharrows on Russell Avenue
» Pumpkin Pavilion 2014
» PARENTHESIS — Use acetaminophen with care
» South Shore Farmers Market — Music makes it even better
» Bay View Terrace is 50
» Handmade tile and pottery business opening in Bay View
» Lincoln Warehouse — A hive for creatives and entrepreneurs
» Local authors to read at Studio Lounge
» THE FINE PRINT — How does a contractor use construction liens to protect its interest?
» HALL MONITOR — Perfect storm as school starts
» Paren(t)hesis — Third row not for us
» Bay View Post Office landlord ignores city inspectors
» Stars And Stripes Honor Flight Fundraiser September 7
» Bay View Bash is September 13
» Love Chill? Prove it!
» Bay View Bash is September 13
» Love Chill? Prove it!
» Anodyne Coffee expands to Public Market
» Letters to editor — pedestrian safety in Bay View
» Pedalboard power — local entrepreneurs aim to upgrade
» BOOK REIVEW — Evergreen
» Refuge Smoothie Café moves into Wild Flour’s space in Bay View
» Community serving community in Cudahy
» Outpost’s recycling program expanded to include food waste
» Bay View’s summer outdoor art markets
» St. Ann Center $1 million challenge — donations needed by Aug. 15 for new north side facility
» BVNA’s Beautiful Bay View Photo Contest
» Can you Spott Toni Spott? Local realtor launches marketing campaign
» Candidate Forum August 4 in Bay View at Parkside School (formerly Fritsche Middle School)
» Will pedestrians in Bay View be safer?
» New haven for fiber and fabric artists
» ParenThesis — Vacations zap hurry worry
» THE FINE PRINT — How do I avoid being held hostage in my own company?
» Bay View’s Hayward Williams plays Anodyne each week in August
» Tippecanoe Library’s Renovation: Public Meeting July 30, 6-7:30pm
» 19th District Assembly Seat Candidate Forum Monday, August 4 in Bay View
» SEWISC presents free field training on Emerald Ash Borer and Invasive Plants
» A penchant for heirlooms — Plant Land features ‘hand-me-down seeds’
» Chasing Tales, new play and learn center in Oak Creek
» Suds and sausage, soon
» Jacob’s Well Café — coffee and a purpose
» Ricky — Bay View’s bedbug detecting beagle
» Colectivo rolls out Troubadour Bakery 
» Humboldt Park Beer Garden open
» More delays for Artstop project
» Boulevard building sold
» Paren(t)hesis — Lost Tooth
» Humboldt Park Beer Garden grand opening June 30th 
» City offering 1,000 free trees for Milwaukee residents June 27
» Animal boarding facility request for Bay View to be considered at by zoning board
» TONIGHT: Green Night at Chill on the Hill; Extra Crispy Brass Band and Humboldt Park/Journey House CLC Drumline
» ATTORNEY GENERAL J.B. VAN HOLLEN FILES WITH U.S. COURT OF APPEALS SEVENTH CIRCUIT EMERGENCY MOTION FOR TEMPORARY STAY IN THE MATTER OF WOLF, ET AL. V. WALKER, ET AL. 
» New name for Art Stop 
» All Abilities Playground planned for St. Francis 
» City’s new Bike Safety Awareness Week
» Tiny doors in Humboldt Park
» Building innovation at BVMHS — a cargo bike and Bevin’s skiff
» Bay View post office building owner cited with host of code violations
» George Washington Bay View American Legion Post 180
» Teaching aquaponics to the next generation
» Some lingering opposition to Dover teacher housing
» Wisconsin Energy Foundation saves Frolics parade, again; but more donations needed
» Update concerning the Texas Avenue Pumping Station pipe repair process
» “Risking Everything: A Freedom Summer Exhibit for Young People” at UWM’s Golda Mier Library May 19 to June 6
» Milwaukee County residents encouraged to help stop Emerald Ash Borer spread
» Did you know Frank Gomez or John E. Milanowski? — DC Vietnam Memorial project needs their photos
» Bay View Library Super Reader kick-off event is Wed., June 11, 6-7pm
» Community gardens in Milwaukee will require permit
» Engberg Anderson architects selected for Tippe Library full-scale renovation
» South Shore Frolics — Parade needs $13,000 — Can you help?
» Milwaukee Recreation’s Seniorfest 2014 is June 11
» South Milwaukee Downtown Market opens June 5 at temporary, alternative location
» Compare four versions of site plan for Dover Street School Development

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HALL MONITOR — Perfect storm as school starts HALL MONITOR — Perfect storm as school starts
By Jay Bullock

The other day I was talking to a former Milwaukee Public Schools teacher, someone now in a suburban private school, about what a mess the start of school is going to be this year and how much I am dreading it. Consider: • This school year, MPS is finally getting rid of eSIS, the 90s-era computer-based student information system that should have been... »Read more

THE FINE PRINT — Can female or minority business certification help my business? THE FINE PRINT — Can female or minority business certification help my business?
By Jan Pierce

Minority and female business certifications came about as a direct and necessary result of government programs designed to give preferences to minority and female owned businesses. The policy goals were laudable — to encourage the growth of businesses owned by individuals who traditionally face higher barriers of entry into the marketplace. Unfortunately,... »Read more

PARENTHESIS — Use acetaminophen with care PARENTHESIS — Use acetaminophen with care
By Jill Rothenbueler Maher

One recent night, our daughter thrashed with pain caused by an intense case of swimmer’s ear. Her sound of her motions startled me awake, and I first thought she might be having a seizure, then decided it was due to the ear pain and that I’d give her painkiller. We rarely use Tylenol, so I first had to find where we stored it and then figure out... »Read more