by Vince Bushell In February 2002, the first issue of the Riverwest Currents was published. On our third anniversary we return to that same cover story: the Reservoir at North Avenue. Related Articles Reservoir No Longer Needed? Revisiting the Reservoir Reservoir Through History
Archive | 2005
words by Jeremy Berg – photo by Peter DiAntoni Like many creative projects, Kristin Catalano’s Let’s Start a Revolution isn’t exactly what she set out to make. While visiting family on break from UCLA, her cousin took her to see Trolley, and the rest, as they say, is now available for sale at Exclusive Music […]
by Janice Christensen image courtesy of Hammel, Green and Abrahamson, Inc. On Jan. 20 the Milwaukee Redevelopment Authority approved a plan to sell $68 million in bonds to finance redevelopment of the Kenilworth Building at 1925 E. Kenilworth Pl.
by Jean Scherwenka What makes the Urban Ecology Center deserving of a Mayor’s 2004 Urban Design Award? Well, a lot of things. The Award recognizes efforts “above and beyond to create public spaces or street friendly buildings that are warm, welcoming, innovative, creative, urban, sophisticated and fun,” and a visitor to the Center will see […]
1 SATURDAY HAPPY NEW YEAR! POLAR BEARS: Bradford Beach, Noon. Take a dip! BREMEN CAFE: Ryab Blue w/ TBA 9 PM GREAT LAKE ZEN CENTER: Regular Practice. 8 AM. MAD PLANET: 21+. 10 PM. POLAR BEAR CLUB: Annual Polar Bear dunk. Bradford Beach. Noon. HIPPY: Enroll now in CO PROJECT Q: LGBT Center. Drop-In: 5-9:30 […]