With eight candidates to choose from, voters in Milwaukee’s Third Aldermanic District are faced with a big decision when they get into the voting booth February 19.
democracy, with a little “d” with big expectations
That is our city hall. Or that is what our city hall used to look like. It is getting an extensive exterior renovation. The finished product should look a lot like the original. That is the plan.
Bridges to the Future
We are reporting on the cover of this issue that after 12 years in office Mike D’Amato is not running for re-election.
Bluebird of Happiness
Sunday October 7th. I walked up the stairs to Jim Searles’ dream studio. The afternoon sun was streaming through the windows. A man tickled the keys on the grand piano. I looked around the room for someone I knew. No. Just strangers with cameras. I got some food, (Jim throws a party right), and picked a chair. Soon Jim was around with the champagne. A man with a red shirt sat down next to me. One side of the shirt had Al embroidered on it and the other side had Creative with a Mickey Mouse pin above the word.
Help Wanted: Young and ambitious workers for summer employment
Summer is over but we should start thinking about next year now. It’s not just Riverwest that has problems when teens don’t have anything to do during summer break.
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