It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s Jim Stingl? The columnist gets air thanks to the Milwaukee Ballet, Peter Pan, and a flying company called ZFX Flying .
Columnist Jim Stingl takes microwaving Peeps to the next level. Watch as he torches, mows, and deep fries the popular Easter candy.
Mike McKillip’s Milwaukee taxi cab is not your average cab. From the custom painted flames on the exterior to the array of decorations on the interior, a ride in Mike’s cab is sure to be an unforgettable experience.
He’s not a famous athlete or a key political figure. He’s isn’t embroiled in controversy or under investigation. He’s 95-year-old Lester Wile. He shares his secrets to a happy marriage, living long, and his thoughts on death.
Take a peek inside and hear the story behind the infamous purple house. A Milwaukee landmark of sorts, the home is now for sale and can be yours for $33,900.
See a behind-the-scenes video with investigative reporter Raquel Rutledge describing the reporting process that went into the Cashing in on Kids series.
My 95-year-old neighbor Lester Wile makes me appreciate stuff. I’ll be doing a story on Lester later next month.
UW-Whitewater graduate Dustin Scholz turns himself into a human billboard in hopes of getting a job. With a sandwich board slung around his suit, he hit the streets of Milwaukee drawing attention and hopefully a job.
A collection of the greatest photojournalist of our time gather in the Lambeau Field end zone before the Green Bay Packers game against the San Fransisco 49ers on Sunday, November 22, 2009. Pictured are Steve Apps of the Wisconsin State Journal, Dwight Nale and Dan Powers (blinking) of the Post-Crescent, some headless guy, and Rick Wood of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Panoramic created by Mark Hoffman
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