Women'S World Cup


Photo credit: Benson Kua

Resistance to progress still a battle, yet nothing unmanageable. Read more

My LGBTQ POV 1 Comments

cara 1.jpg.jpe

Photo credit: Daniel Bartel / Chicago Red Stars

Former Badgers forward Cara Walls talks about adjusting to her new role in the National Women’s Soccer League. Read more

More Sports

This week on The Disclaimer, WMSE's weekly culture panel with Ryan Schleicher, Milwaukee Record editor Matt Wild and I, we're looking back at what turned out to be a disappointing year for Summerfest. The festival's attendance feel by nearly 10% f.. Read more

On Music


Photo credit: David Stluka/Wisconsin Athletic Communications

A rising star in women’s soccer, Badgers midfielder Rose Lavelle says she and her teammates are building a culture of success at the University of Wisconsin. Read more

More Sports

miller park.jpg.jpe

Bryce Edwards, Flickr CC

Newcastle United of the English Premier League and Atlas Football Club of the Mexican Liga MX will participate in a friendly match at Miller Park right here in Milwaukee on Tuesday July, 14th.This is the second time a professional soccer match has.. Read more

Happening Now


Courtesy of Margaret Domka

There will be just one American referee at this year’s Women’s World Cup: Margaret Domka, a Spanish teacher at Union Grove High School. Read more

More Sports


Courtesy of Marquette Athletics

Biz Goslee has emerged as a leader on Marquette’s fledgling lacrosse team. Read more

More Sports



After her team fell short of the Women’s World Cup, soccer player Shannon Smyth plots her next career move. Read more

More Sports 1 Comments

Wisconsin artist Theodore Czebotar (1915-1996) used to through the Pacific Northwest area every year to complete the images presented in the exhibit “Theodore Czebotar: Paintings From the Olympic Peninsula,” on display through Read more

Today in Milwaukee

Gastropubs, in the form of Hinterland and The Dubliner, have already made their mark in Milwaukee. Now a new movement is afoot with the opening of a “Chili Bar.” The place, aptly named Chili Lili’s, opened in the Third Ward shortly befor Read more

Dining Preview 1 Comments