REPORT FROM MILWAUKEE
by Pedro Vélez
Ah, Milwaukee, now there’s a town -- with only 600,000 people, it’s still the largest city in Wisconsin, a cultural mix of German-Americans, Polish-Americans and African-Americans given a foamy froth by its breweries, notably Schlitz
(only the last remains). And like many now-marginal American industrial burgs, cutting-edge cultural production is thriving.