Nate ImigDirector of Digital Content (he/him)
My first concert was a 7th grade date, which means it was exactly as awkward as you’d expect. Summerfest, 1998. Destiny’s Child opening up for Boyz II Men. Peak awkward phase.
Favorite place to take a visitor in Milwaukee:
Conejito’s Place on 6th and Virginia. It’s always the same: paper plates, “chopped meat” tacos, neon margaritas flowing from plastic jugs, plus an amazing old jukebox. If you’re lucky, you’ll get to clap along to the two-minute birthday song they play for people.
Best part of working at Radio Milwaukee:
Answering the phones during the membership drives. The atmosphere is so fun, and the support we get from listeners is overwhelming and humbling. It’s really a privilege to be able to thank members on the air, especially new ones.
We go right to the source for a closer look at the final wave of renderings from Milwaukee Public Museum, hearing directly from museum and design officials.
The series exploring Wisconsin's unique LGBTQ history is back with hosts Nate Imig of Radio Milwaukee and Michail Takach from the Wisconsin LGBTQ History Project.
Handwritten graffiti dating back to the 1950s lines the walls at a specific spot inside Marquette University High School.
Milwaukee Public Museum unveiled two new concepts for its Future Museum that'll take visitors around the world and behind the scenes of its vast collection.
Hundreds of the student brightest minds within MPS will show their passion for STEM at the upcoming district-wide fair.
After months of anticipation, the Milwaukee Public Museum solidified details about the Future Museum's "spiritual successor" to the Streets of Old Milwaukee.
When the first Kohl's supermarket opened in 1951, it made local headlines for its modern design. We visit the original location, now a Sendik's store, for a look at the architecture.
The medium is different, but the spectacle and wonder are still very much present in the adaptation of the blockbuster movie playing at the Marcus Performing Arts Center.
The 1893 World's Fair pavilion on site at the Pabst Mansion on 19th and Wells is being deconstructed, then rebuilt, using digital-scanning technology.
Another sign of spring — golf is back at select Milwaukee County public courses.