Milwaukee’s World-Renowned Organist

Milwaukee’s World-Renowned OrganistBy Willy Thornaren Beaumont is a nationally renowned organist. She was born and raised in Hartland, earned a music history degree from UW-Milwaukee and has lived in Milwaukee since [Read story]

Preservation Hall Jazz Band brings New Orleans flavor to Milwaukee

For about half of the year, the Preservation Hall Jazz Band calls its New Orleans namesake home, playing bright brassy jazz to the residents of the Big Easy. For the other half of the year, however, the legendary jazz [Read story]

Harley riders come home to local dealer rally

This weekend's Milwaukee Rally is a destination for many motorcycle enthusiasts and is a true partnership of five area dealers coming together to stage a Rally every labor day weekend in the Milwaukee area. Read entire [Read story]

UWM Union Theatre lineup rescues films Milwaukee might not see

The UWM Union Theatre on the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee campus is often the court of last resort for films that haven’t played in the area. Read entire story here. [Read story]

Milwaukee movies off the grid: Aug. 29-Sept. 4

“West Side Story;” “The Roommate;” “Divergent;” “House Party;” “Captain America: The Winter Soldier;” “Godzilla;” “The Grand Budapest Hotel” Read entire story here. [Read story]

Wisconsin Supreme Court Given Opportunity to Demystify Issue of Valid Consideration for Non-Compete Agreements

By: Neal S. Krokosky and Andrew T. Frost The Wisconsin Court of Appeals recently issued a certification to the Wisconsin Supreme Court in Runzheimer International, Ltd. v. Friedlen, asking the Supreme Court to decide [Read story]

Cudahy Mexican Restaurant Adding Outdoor Dining

June 25th -- Cudahy, WI The few precious months of warm summer weather in Wisconsin are perfect for outdoor dining. Sitting on a patio, rooftop, or garden is the perfect way to soak up the summer. With that in mind, [Read story]

Despite cuts elsewhere, Quad/Graphics stays on Wisconsin hiring binge

Quad is in the process of filling 750 openings in Wisconsin, where the Sussex-based company has kept all nine of its printing facilities up and running. Read entire story here. [Read story]

President Obama tells Laborfest ‘America is stronger’

Back at Laborfest for the first time since his election year, President Barack Obama made the case to Milwaukee Monday that the country was stronger than it was six years ago. "I just want everybody to understand — [Read story]

Barry Alvarez’s cabana gets major coverage from Wall Street Journal

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. No, it was about his spectacular [Read story]

Toronto ends Milwaukee Admirals’ season

The only playoff magic the Milwaukee Admirals could muster Thursday night was a disappearing act. And it was a friend turned foe who helped the Toronto Marlies abruptly close the curtain on Milwaukee’s season. Read [Read story]

Wisconsin-LSU report card

Jeff Potrykus reviews Wisconsin's 28-24 loss Saturday night to LSU. Read entire story here. [Read story]

Badger report: Wisconsin vs. LSU

Game awards, by the numbers, quotable and up next Read entire story here. [Read story]

RB Gordon ready for criticism after Wisconsin loss

Wisconsin running back Melvin Gordon said he can already hear the critics. After watching a 17-point lead dissolve in dramatic fashion in No. 14 Wisconsin's 28-24 loss to No. 13 LSU on Saturday night, Gordon said he [Read story]

Milwaukee Police officer involved in crash

Several lanes of Miller Park Way are closed Monday after an officer-involved accident. Read entire story here. [Read story]

Fully engulfed: What sparked garage fire that caused up to $250K in damage?

TOWN OF HARTFORD (WITI) — Washington County Sheriff’s officials say a Town of Hartford home is a total loss after a fully engulfed garage fire on Labor Day, Monday, September 1st. Crews were dispatched to the [Read story]

President greets fans before his speech at Laborfest

MILWAUKEE -- The president greeted several fans at the 128th Air Refueling Wing before his speech at Laborfest Monday afternoon. Read entire story here. [Read story]

President speaks to Milwaukee Laborfest crowd

President Barack Obama came to Milwaukee Monday to say that the job outlook looks much better than when he last visited in 2008. Read entire story here. [Read story]

Wisconsin banks increase lending

Wisconsin’s banks reported combined net income of 472 million through the end of the second quarter, down from 495 million in net income through the end of the second quarter of 2013, according to the Quarterly [Read story]

Journal Communications to merge with Scripps

Milwaukee-based Journal Communications Inc. and Cincinnati-based The E. W. Scripps Company have agreed to merge their broadcast operations and spin off and then merge their newspapers, creating two focused and [Read story]

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