Wauwatosa

Arts & Culture
4:18 pm
Fri November 15, 2013

This Young Violinist Learned to Love Music While Going Pro

Heather Braun, former Barcel Suzuki String Academy student, will be performing at the 20th anniversary celebratory concert on Saturday November 16th.
Credit Liz Linder, Arneis Quartet

Lake Effect's Mitch Teich interviews violinist Heather Braun.

We’ve all seen the videos of tiny kids playing violins so beautifully it belies their age.  Many learn through the Suzuki Method, which treats learning music like learning a language.

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Economy & Business
9:21 am
Thu September 12, 2013

Plan Underway to Convert Wauwatosa's Warehouses Into Shopping Center

One of the many sketches in the works for the Mayfair Collection, opening in April 2014.
Credit REJblog

A Chicago developer may be setting a precedent as it repurposes Wauwatosa’s warehouses into a shopping center.

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Regional
12:24 pm
Tue November 27, 2012

Inside the Eschweilers

Click to Enlarge PhotoThe former Administration building on the Milwaukee County Grounds is one of four buildings there designed by Alexander Eschweiler. Their fate is in question in the midst of new development.
Credit V'ron, Flickr

Lake Effect's Mitch Teich interviews Reporter Jon Olson of Wauwatosa Now.

Some time in the next few days, the first major physical signs of new development will take place at the Milwaukee County Grounds in Wauwatosa. A parkway will be constructed as the construction of UWM's new Innovation Park gets underway. The first new building will be a business incubator facility.

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Regional
9:08 am
Thu August 23, 2012

Wauwatosa Embarks on Its Largest Ever Public Works Project

Wauwatosa Block Looking East

The landscape is now barren in front of dozens of Wauwatosa homes.

In June, their city launched its largest public improvements project ever, and it entails cutting down trees. Wauwatosa is replacing miles of aging sewer pipes, in hopes of ending basement back-ups.

While some residents are thrilled, we found others wondering if the cure is worse than the problem.

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