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Movies: Who Will Win The Oscars?

Who Will Win The Oscars?

Our reviews may help you choose which nominees should win.

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Who Will Win The Oscars?

Our reviews may help you choose which nominees should win.

The Silence Surrounding “Silence”

No one is talking about Martin Scorsese’s ambitious film. Should they be?

Saving Savannah Covers Country

Both new and old. And no, there aren't too many country bands in town.

Mozart Piano Concerto Without Orchestra

Fine Arts Quartet specializes in chamber reductions of his keyboard concertos.

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A Short Play About Planet Earth

Grand Avenue Club premieres collaborative play created by people with mental illness.

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“96 Tears” Was a Trailblazer

The Mexican American group that sang it had the original punk attitude.

The Gospel According to Ray Charles

His version of “Lift Every Voice and Sing” is a classic.

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Mozart Piano Concerto Without Orchestra

Fine Arts Quartet specializes in chamber reductions of his keyboard concertos.

Philomusica To Play Rare Beethoven Piece

Quartet will play piece Monday at Wisconsin Lutheran College

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Upcoming Events
  1. The Few

    February 22 @ 7:30 pm - March 19 @ 2:00 pm
  2. Indie Lens Pop-Up: THE BAD KIDS

    February 28 @ 7:00 pm
  3. Danceworks Professional Company: Stories From A Life

    March 3 @ 7:30 pm - March 12 @ 7:30 pm
  4. Milwaukee Youth Symphony Orchestra presents Inspired Spring

    March 4 @ 7:00 am - 9:00 pm
  5. Panel Discussion: Collecting Art from the 30s and 40s

    March 4 @ 2:00 pm
Mozart Piano Concerto Without Orchestra

Fine Arts Quartet specializes in chamber reductions of his keyboard concertos.

Philomusica To Play Rare Beethoven Piece

Quartet will play piece Monday at Wisconsin Lutheran College

Read More...

The Silence Surrounding “Silence”

No one is talking about Martin Scorsese’s ambitious film. Should they be?

Kegel’s Has Authentic German Fare

It rivals the food at Mader’s and Karl Ratzsch’s.

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Announcements

Festival City Symphony to Perform “Inspired by the Bard” Symphony Sundays Concert

Admission to each concert is $14 for adults and $8 for children, students, and seniors.

Milwaukee historian John Gurda to hold public talk next week

Mr. Gurda, a Milwaukee-born writer and historian, has studied his hometown since 1972.

Tales of a Future Past Opens March 4 at Lynden

Condit's exhibition at Lynden reflects her increasing interest in landscape and the natural world.

Committee action clears the way for sale of former “Dino’s Italian Restaurant”

The building had been vacant for a number of years before the city was forced to foreclose upon it.

Milwaukee ChopHouse Hosts Maxville Lake Wine Dinner March 3

Five-course dinner will feature specialty Napa Valley wine pairings

Footlights Announces John McGivern as Ceremony Host for 2017 Footlights Performing Arts Awards

The first-ever Footlights Performing Arts Awards ceremony is set for Thursday, June 22, 2017 at Milwaukee Repertory Theater’s Quadracci Powerhouse.

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The Wisconsin That Was

Artist Terese Agnew’s powerful exhibit celebrates, laments state’s progressive past.

Beth Lipman’s Magical Thinking

She creates little worlds of glistening glass sculptures that leave you entranced yet puzzled.

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