I REMEMBER: Eyes on Milwaukee's Horizon
December 17, 2008
Milwaukee, WI - I REMEMBER's Jim Peck hosts guest Bob Greenstreet, dean of UWM's School of Architecture and Urban Planning. They discuss the explosion of residential space downtown and changes in Milwaukee's landscape and skyline. These include the Calatrava addition to the Milwaukee Art Museum, Discovery World, the new Harley Museum, historic Third Ward revitalization, the Riverwalk and Park East projects, City Hall facelift, 6th Street bridge and freeway redesigns, and Menomonee Valley's new developments. The program airs Monday, December 22, at 6:30 p.m. on MPTV 10 & 10.1 HD.
Bob Greenstreet joined the faculty at UWM in 1981. He is from England, earned his Ph.D. at Oxford Brookes University, and is an expert on the legal aspects of architecture. In 2003, he served as the school's interim chancellor.
The host for I REMEMBER is talk show veteran Jim Peck, currently a senior advancement officer at Marquette University.
I REMEMBER is simulcast on MPTV-10.1 HD (Time-Warner Cable 510) and MPTV 10 (Time-Warner Cable 10). For additional information, contact MPTV Viewer Services at 414-297-7520 or log on to http://www.mptv.org/i_remember/index.php.
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