In the courtroom during the sentencing hearing for Antonio Smith sat 20 friends and family members of the two victims, Eddie Powe, 36, at the time of his death, and Breanna Eskridge, 17. It’s been almost a full two years since these murders. They waited anxiously to hear how much prison time Smith will serve. […]
What was once Trocadero, an East-siders’ go-to place for brunch, is now DiModa Pizza, located at 1758 N. Water Street in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Known for their variety of pizza’s, DiModa also serves up pasta, gourmet sandwiches, extravagant dinner dishes, and always uses locally sourced aged, cured Italian meats from Underground Meats in Madison, WI. “We […]
This is part 2 of a series by JAMS 320 reporting class exploring the possible effect of Gov. Scott Walker’s opt out segregated fee proposal. Kelsey Laas, a nursing student at UW-Milwaukee, had never heard of allocable segregated fees and was unaware that she had been paying them since she began attending UW-Milwaukee a year-and-a-half […]
This is part 1 of a 2-part JAMS 320 series exploring the effect of Scott Walker’s opt out segregated fee proposal for UW-Milwaukee. Read part 2 here. This story was written by Amanda Becker with contributions from the JAMS 320 reporting class. UW-Milwaukee could look like a completely different campus in the future. Major high-profile […]
Milwaukee celebrated its 171st Birthday at the Grain Exchange on the eve of Jan. 26, with many public figures joining the top 10 nominated “superheroes” of the city. Once word was out that Milwaukee was in search of its own superheroes, nominations poured into the Milwaukee Press Club. Then it came time to deciding which […]
The Milwaukee Pizza Bus started its engine and headed out to four different pizzerias in Milwaukee, giving riders a tour by educating them on the heritage of pizza and its relationship to Milwaukee. Amanda Maniscalco rode along.
Bowling is more than fun and games for UWM student Jenna Daroszewski.