Why Milwaukee Is the Midwest's Coolest (And Most Underrated) City

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Amidst the steep bluffs of southeastern Wisconsin, in a shallow valley where three rivers join before flowing into Lake Michigan, lies an unexpected gem.

It’s a small but glittering one, a city that, despite its old world charm, geographical beauty, and longtime liberal leanings, has somehow been underrated for decades—either overshadowed by the megawatt metropolis of Chicago 90 miles south or wrongly cast as just another decaying, rust-belt ghost town.

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