Impressionist painting and football are words you don't often hear in the same sentence.
Globalization and technology are forcing artists, curators and museum directors to rethink the world of American art.
At 17, I was never too pooped to polka. I grew up in the suburbs of Milwaukee, and on Friday nights, a group of friends from high school and I would go to a restaurant outside town called Etzel's.
Apple's Cube, VW's Beetle, Michael Graves's toaster: The material world has never looked so good. It is, to some degree, a Brooks Stevens world. A pioneer of industrial design's first golden age (a...
When I first rolled into Milwaukee on a winter evening, I had nothing to fuel my wandering but the Laverne & Shirley theme song. Hardly romantic. Yet, in the wanderer's ultimate payoff, I fell in love. Unexpectedly. With Milwaukee.