Author: Lee Matz

Chudnow Museum gives taste of vintage consumerism

“My hope that preserving these objects will serve as a reminder of the fascinating lives led by the people who established our community.” – Avrum M. Chudnow Entering the Chudnow Museum of Yesteryear is an immersive experience that will take visitors back to the rise of consumerism. It is a time capsule of Milwaukee life between the two World Wars. Over his 92 years of life in Milwaukee, Avrum M. Chudnow accumulated artifacts that reflected everyday life from the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s. Chudnow was a cultural historian, not a hoarder, and his collection is estimated at over 250,000...

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Steve Teague: Christianity in the Community

Father Steve Teague has been leading the congregation of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church for almost ten years, with a career in the clergy stretching back four decades. As an advocate for social justice, personal faith, and religious tolerance, he shares a lifetime of spiritual insight about Christianity in the community.

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