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Photo Gallery: First Stage’s Powerful Drama on Slavery
Photo Gallery

First Stage’s Powerful Drama on Slavery

“A Midnight Cry” tells the powerful story of a runaway slave.

Photo Gallery: The Pure Farce of “Noises Off”
Photo Gallery

The Pure Farce of “Noises Off”

Photos capture the fast moving comedy’s antic style.

Photo Gallery: Skylight’s Moving Musical “Les Miserables”
Photo Gallery

Skylight’s Moving Musical “Les Miserables”

Our photo gallery captures the atmosphere of the Skylight’s production of “Les Miserables.”

Volcano Choir Big Winner in Milwaukee Music Awards

Volcano Choir Big Winner in Milwaukee Music Awards

Milwaukee’s Volcano Choir took two of the top honors Thursday night at RadioMilwaukee’s sixth annual Milwaukee Music Awards ceremonies.

Photo Gallery: MAM’s Thomas Sully Show Captures 19th Century America
Photo Gallery

MAM’s Thomas Sully Show Captures 19th Century America

The Milwaukee Art Museum presents the work of 19th century American painter Thomas Sully.

Photo Gallery: The Rep’s Colorful Production of “Christmas Carol”
Photo Gallery

The Rep’s Colorful Production of “Christmas Carol”

We present a gallery of photos from the colorful production of “Christmas Carol.”

About Town: Images from Florentine’s Bella Notte Gala
About Town

Images from Florentine’s Bella Notte Gala

Photos of Milwaukee socialites at the Florentine's 80th anniversary Bella Notte Gala on November 1, 2013.

TCD’s Milwaukee Film Fest Picks

TCD’s Milwaukee Film Fest Picks

The 5th annual Milwaukee Film Festival is in full swing, so check out our ever-updating daily guide to what's next on the big screen.

Summerfest 2013: The Third Coast Daily Recap
Summerfest 2013

The Third Coast Daily Recap

Want to see Summerfest through our eyes? Keep checking this story for daily reviews and photos from the Summerfest grounds, courtesy of the TCD team. Now updated with a new photo gallery from the latest days of Summerfest!

TCD’s Summerfest 2013 Preview

TCD’s Summerfest 2013 Preview

The writers and editors of Third Coast Daily break down our picks for the Summerfest acts coming to town this week and next, from big stages to small.

TCD’s 2013 Summer Reads

TCD’s 2013 Summer Reads

TCD staffers Howard Leu and Madeline Pieschel, Edible Milwaukee publisher Jen Ede and Boswell Books employee Jason Kennedy discuss the books on their summertime agendas.

Third Coast Daily’s 2013-14 Performing Arts Guide

Third Coast Daily’s 2013-14 Performing Arts Guide

We take a look ahead at the comprehensive, in-progress collection of 2013-14 season listings from Milwaukee's theater, music, dance and other performing arts companies.

TCD Spring 2013 Gallery Night Recap

TCD Spring 2013 Gallery Night Recap

Milwaukee's Spring Gallery Night may have been chilly, but TCD was still out and about. Photos by Angela Morgan, Sara Bill and Madeline Pieschel. Now updated with Storify social media coverage!

Gallery Night: If you can only see three (or so)…
Gallery Night

If you can only see three (or so)…

Mary Overman and Jessica Sattell, TCD's newest visual arts writers, help you set Gallery Night priorities.

12 Songs Holiday Project: “Auld Lang Syne”
12 Songs Holiday Project

“Auld Lang Syne”

Looking to add something to your New Year's playlist? Check out all 12 artists from the 12 Songs Holiday Project performing "Auld Lang Syne."

TCD’s Predictions for 2013

TCD’s Predictions for 2013

ThirdCoast Digest staffers Tom Strini, Dan Shafer, Matthew Reddin, Carly Rubach, Angela Morgan and Danielle McClune make predictions for 2013.

12 Songs Holiday Project: Invade Rome – “O Holy Night”
12 Songs Holiday Project

Invade Rome – “O Holy Night”

A psychedelic rock version of "O Holy Night" by Invade Rome. Who knew Christmas could rock so hard?

12 Songs Holiday Project: “This Christmas Eve”
12 Songs Holiday Project

“This Christmas Eve”

Lisa Gatewood sings her very own melancholy Christmas song "This Christmas Eve" -- as sad as it is beautiful.

12 Songs Holiday Project: “Away in a Manger”
12 Songs Holiday Project

“Away in a Manger”

Bayan accordion virtuoso Stas Venglevski offers his rendition of "Away in a Manger."

12 Songs Holiday Project: “No More Christmas Suicide”
12 Songs Holiday Project

“No More Christmas Suicide”

The Celebrated Workingman and Orangutan! combine forces with a fun ditty called "No More Christmas Suicide (Don't Make Baby Jesus Cry)"

12 Songs Holiday Project: “Salve”
12 Songs Holiday Project

“Salve”

Pezzetino's "Salve" was written just for us at TCD and WMSE. Listen to her touching song and feel special that it's one-of-a-kind.

12 Songs Holiday Project: “God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen”
12 Songs Holiday Project

“God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen”

One cellist and one percussionist comprise the genre-challenging duo 1913, who bring their unique rendition of "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen" to TCD and WMSE.

12 Songs Holiday Project: “O Come All Ye Faithful”
12 Songs Holiday Project

“O Come All Ye Faithful”

Poet/emcee Melissa Czarnik and the Eric Mire Band deliver a soulful rendition of "O Come All Ye Faithful" for TCD and WMSE's 12 Songs Holiday Project.

12 Songs Holiday Project: Milwaukee Choral Artists – “Silent Night”
12 Songs Holiday Project

Milwaukee Choral Artists – “Silent Night”

Milwaukee Choral Artists offer a charming arrangement of "Silent Night," exclusively for the TCD/WMSE 12 Songs Holiday Project.

12 Songs Holiday Project: Philomusica Quartet – “Angels We Have Heard on High”
12 Songs Holiday Project

Philomusica Quartet – “Angels We Have Heard on High”

A beautiful rendition of "Angels We Have Heard on High" by the Philomusica Quartet -- music is their passion, and it shows.

12 Songs Holiday Project: Peter Mac – “We Three Kings”
12 Songs Holiday Project

Peter Mac – “We Three Kings”

Guitarist Peter Mac contributes a unique take on "We Three Kings" to TCD and WMSE's 12 Songs Holiday Project.

12 Songs Holiday Project: Joel Kopischke “O Festivus”
12 Songs Holiday Project

Joel Kopischke “O Festivus”

Writer, director and performer Joel Kopischke offers an original Festivus Carol with special guest accompaniment from Stas Venglevski on bayan.

12 Songs Holiday Project: “What Child Is This?”
12 Songs Holiday Project

“What Child Is This?”

It's time again to visit TCD and WMSE's 12 Songs Holiday Project! In this video, the Frank Almond and TCD's own Tom Strini perform "What Child Is This?"

Pardon Their Dust: Portrait Society Gallery reopens
Pardon Their Dust

Portrait Society Gallery reopens

Director Debra Brehmer on the renovations and origins of the Third Ward space. Video by Val Danculovich and Breanne Brennan.

Fall Gallery Night and Day: The TCD Recap
Fall Gallery Night and Day

The TCD Recap

TCD recaps Gallery Night and Day with a photo gallery and a curated collection of tweets and posts from the event.

Arts & Culture Intern, ThirdCoast Digest

Arts & Culture Intern, ThirdCoast Digest

ThirdCoast Digest is now accepting applications for an Arts & Culture Internship for Fall 2012.

Tweetup: Gallery Night & Day
Tweetup

Gallery Night & Day

TCD staffers were out and about for Gallery Night & Day's 25th anniversary. Take a look at the running log of the night captured on social media.

Photo Gallery: Summerfest 2012
Photo Gallery

Summerfest 2012

TCD's photo team braves the heat to bring you more than 90 new snapshots, featuring everything from live performances to great food to eclectic characters.

VIDEO: Milwaukee Abides at Lebowski Fest
VIDEO

Milwaukee Abides at Lebowski Fest

Cathedral Square Park in Milwaukee was home to white Russians, Creedence tunes, Walters, Maudes and Dudes last Friday night. Video by Garrett Katerzynske.

Come one, come all: Summerfest is for everyone
Come one, come all

Summerfest is for everyone

Many summer festivals play to a specific audience, but not The Big Gig. Summerfest's all-inclusive attitude is what makes it great.

Winners & Losers: TCD’s week in review
Winners & Losers

TCD’s week in review

A Milwaukee-area veteran is honored at the White House, it was an up-and-down week for Gov. Walker, Donald Driver wins Dancing With The Stars and more.

Winners & Losers: TCD’s week in review
Winners & Losers

TCD’s week in review

Cyclists, Dylan Hoffman, Powerball players, the Milwaukee music scene, Tosa tree lovers disco divas and Wisconsin job seekers - what a week!

TCD’s Mother’s Day Brunch Guide

TCD’s Mother’s Day Brunch Guide

Show Mom your appreciation by giving her a day off and treating her to a great brunch. Check out TCD's guide, pick your favorite and make your reservations!

Gallery: Kentucky Derby Party at Iron Horse Hotel
Gallery

Kentucky Derby Party at Iron Horse Hotel

"I'll Have Another" takes on new meaning at the 2nd Annual Kentucky Derby Party at the Iron Horse Hotel. Photo gallery by Lacy Landre.

Sales and Marketing Intern, ThirdCoast Digest

Sales and Marketing Intern, ThirdCoast Digest

TCD is accepting applications for the position of Sales and Marketing Intern for Summer 2012.

#TCD414: Out and about on Milwaukee Day
#TCD414

Out and about on Milwaukee Day

TCD staffers were out and about and on Twitter for our favorite area code-based local holiday. A chronicle of our journey with some help from Storify.

The Greatest Day: 4/14 Milwaukee Day in Review
The Greatest Day

4/14 Milwaukee Day in Review

TCD looks back on the day that celebrated our city by simply enjoying the many splendors our "good land" has to offer.

Video Intern, ThirdCoast Digest

Video Intern, ThirdCoast Digest

ThirdCoast Digest is now accepting applications for an Video Internship for Fall 2012.

ThirdCoast Digest Wins Five Excellence in Journalism Awards

ThirdCoast Digest Wins Five Excellence in Journalism Awards

Milwaukee Press Club's Gridiron Dinner will honor all statewide winners, plus NPR's Juan Williams, MKE County Parks' Sue Black and the MACC Fund's John Cary.

Celebrating Tartan Day at the Rock Bottom Brewery

Celebrating Tartan Day at the Rock Bottom Brewery

This celebration of Scottish heritage and cuisine collided in a private dinner at the Rock Bottom Brewery in downtown Milwaukee. Gallery by Benjamin Wick.

Art in Bloom takes over the MAM

Art in Bloom takes over the MAM

The winged Burke Brise Soleil over Windhover Hall opened like a flower to the sun, and inside the designed flowers reflected the art. Gallery by Benjamin Wick.

Dreaming of the Muskellunge in Winter

Dreaming of the Muskellunge in Winter

There is probably no greater fishing prize in Wisconsin, so we went to the show solely devoted to the mythic creature. Photos by Jennell Jenney.

Art forms collide at Milwaukee Ballet for Pints Before Pointe

Art forms collide at Milwaukee Ballet for Pints Before Pointe

Four local artists sketch Milwaukee Ballet dancers during a recent rehearsal, and the result will be at Pints Before Pointe on Thursday, Feb. 16.

Ladies and Gentlemen, the Elvii are here

Ladies and Gentlemen, the Elvii are here

Potawatomi Casino organizes Elvis Presley-lookalike flash mobs across the city in preparation for the King's birthday and a contest. Photos by Lacy Landre.

TCD’s Hangover Remedies: 2012
TCD’s Hangover Remedies

2012

Need a little help the morning after? Try TCD's authoritative guide to feeling better faster. From raw beef to big Bloody Marys, we'll have you upright for the game.

TCD’s Predictions for 2012

TCD’s Predictions for 2012

TCD's staff weighs in with predictive picks, from the elections to Kardashian robots and the end of the world. Read, rate and add your own!

12 Songs Holiday Project

12 Songs Holiday Project

Enjoy the brainchild of a couple of crazy independent media outlets, the 12 Songs Holiday Project. Each song is free to download.

Happy Holidays from ThirdCoast Digest

Happy Holidays from ThirdCoast Digest

While you celebrate this weekend, enjoy all of TCD's holiday performance reviews, photo galleries, guides and more. Have a safe and happy holiday!

TCD’s Holiday Wish List: Local Arts
TCD’s Holiday Wish List

Local Arts

To: Art lovers, From: ThirdCoast Digest. Tom Strini and TCD staffers hope to find a gift of the arts under the tree this Christmas.

TCD’s Holiday Wish List: Local music
TCD’s Holiday Wish List

Local music

To: Music lovers, From: ThirdCoast Digest. Keep your ears happy well into 2012 with these picks from TCD staffers.

TCD’s Holiday Wish List: Local dining
TCD’s Holiday Wish List

Local dining

To: Foodies and gourmets, From: ThirdCoast Digest. Staff writers have some inspired choices for the best in local dining to add to your holiday wish list.

TCD’s 2011 Local Gift Guide

TCD’s 2011 Local Gift Guide

Milwaukee has plenty of locally-owned stores to complete your holiday wish list. TCD's presents the 2011 Local Gift Guide, just in time to finish your shopping.

MillerCoors lights up the valley with a holiday show

MillerCoors lights up the valley with a holiday show

Lacy Landre captures video from MillerCoors employee preview night, where execs throw the switch on the largest light show of its kind in the Midwest.

Copy Editing Intern, ThirdCoast Digest

Copy Editing Intern, ThirdCoast Digest

ThirdCoast Digest seeks a Copy Editing Intern for Summer 2012.

News Intern, ThirdCoast Digest

News Intern, ThirdCoast Digest

ThirdCoast Digest seeks a News Intern for Summer 2012.

Milwaukee County Board approves 2012 budget: by the numbers
Milwaukee County Board approves 2012 budget

by the numbers

CAMPAC restored, private security mostly eliminated, but Abele may veto budget that includes 2.3% tax levy increase.

TCD’s 2011 Halloween Guide

TCD’s 2011 Halloween Guide

Whether it's haunted houses, a night out on the town, or a day with the kids, TCD's Halloween guide can point you in the right direction...if you dare.

The 2011 Milwaukee Film Festival opens in full force

The 2011 Milwaukee Film Festival opens in full force

A report and photo gallery from the premiere and after-party of this year's MFF, which opened strong as hundreds flocked to the Oriental Theatre and Discovery World.

Autumn Portraits: Global Union 2011 in Humboldt Park
Autumn Portraits

Global Union 2011 in Humboldt Park

The annual Alverno Presents Global Union festival wrapped up the end of summer and brought the first signs of the vibrance of Fall to Milwaukee.

United We Stand: Marking the Attacks of 9/11 with music
United We Stand

Marking the Attacks of 9/11 with music

Milwaukee's Cathedral Square was the scene of a memorial program presented by Bel Canto Chorus and Milwaukee Chamber Orchestra as America marked a decade since everything changed.

An ‘Iconic’ Gallery: Postcards from Made in Milwaukee
An ‘Iconic’ Gallery

Postcards from Made in Milwaukee

Despite a few showers, TCD hosted a very "statuesque" photobooth while hanging out at last weekend's celebration of all things Cream City.

Passport to Fun: September Festivals
Passport to Fun

September Festivals

Summer isn't over just yet! The weather may be changing, but the festivities continue. Check out TCD's guide to a few awesome fall events.

Movin’ on up: TCD heads to the Grand Avenue
Movin’ on up

TCD heads to the Grand Avenue

It's official - TCD is the Mall's latest tenant. We spent the last two weeks preparing our new space -- check out the fruits of our labor in this DIY photo gallery.

Céad Míle Fáilte: Irish Fest in images
Céad Míle Fáilte

Irish Fest in images

It was a lovely weekend to celebrate Irish culture and heritage in Milwaukee. TCD's Nickolas Nikolic captured the festivities in this bonny collection of photos.

Summer Portrait: Milwaukee gets “Monet-ized”
Summer Portrait

Milwaukee gets “Monet-ized”

TCD hosts an Impressionistic photo booth amongst live Plein Air painting at the 2011 Milwaukee Domes Art Festival.

Summer Portrait: The Skyline Music Series at Kadish Park
Summer Portrait

The Skyline Music Series at Kadish Park

The Riverwest neighborhood closes its latest season of music, food and frivolity this week. TCD captures the scene.

Wisconsin recall elections could tip state senate majority

Wisconsin recall elections could tip state senate majority

Today is the day for six Republican state Senators facing recall elections. TCD offers earlier, in-depth interviews with Sandy Pasch and Alberta Darling.

Summer Portraits: Food, fun and farm animals at the State Fair
Summer Portraits

Food, fun and farm animals at the State Fair

TCD whizzed through the West Allis grounds scarfing down cream puffs, staring at swine, and giving in to the bacchanal of State Fair.

Passport to Summer Fun: August Festivals
Passport to Summer Fun

August Festivals

From the deep-fried action of State Fair to the two-stroke goodness of Rockerbox this month, there's not a dull weekend in sight.

Summer Portraits: Riverwest 24
Summer Portraits

Riverwest 24

Last weekend, 700 cyclists rode in the Riverwest 24-Hour Bike Race. At TCD's bonus checkpoint, over 150 riders sang, danced and got silly. Video here.

Summer Portraits: Sauerbraten and dachsunds at the lakefront
Summer Portraits

Sauerbraten and dachsunds at the lakefront

With the summer heat, it was no Oktoberfest. But it was filled with dancing, beer steins and alpine hats. A photo gallery by Brian Jacobson.

La Moustache Merveilleuse at the Hotel Foster twirls it tightly

La Moustache Merveilleuse at the Hotel Foster twirls it tightly

Stag Barbershop and Milwaukee's newest North Avenue bar host a fashion show that's all about the man's upper lip.

Fresh, Local, Sustainable: TCD’s 2011 Farmers’ Market Guide
Fresh, Local, Sustainable

TCD’s 2011 Farmers’ Market Guide

May marks the opening of plenty of Farmers' Markets in Milwaukee. Here's the scoop on your local markets for the 2011 season.

Hot Summer Nights: TCD’s Guide to Gallery Night
Hot Summer Nights

TCD’s Guide to Gallery Night

Just when you thought Milwaukee couldn't get any hotter this summer, Gallery Night and Day is upon us, and the arts scene is on fire.

Summer Portraits: Front and center at the South Shore Frolics
Summer Portraits

Front and center at the South Shore Frolics

TCD Photographer Nickolas Nikolic takes a unique look at the traditional Bay View pageant, from the middle of KK and Potter Road.

Summer Portraits: A last hurrah for Summerfest
Summer Portraits

A last hurrah for Summerfest

The Big Gig may be over, but you can re-live the party with our photos.

Threads: Boat Couture
Threads

Boat Couture

In this special edition of Threads, TCD photo editor Brian Jacobson sets sail with ART Milwaukee and local designers to check out great summer fashions.

Summer Portraits: Clang, clang, clang went the trolley…
Summer Portraits

Clang, clang, clang went the trolley…

Photo intern Sarah Weiss takes in the sights of the Downtown Trolley Loop on a lovely summer day.

Summer Portraits: Fireworks and Country legends
Summer Portraits

Fireworks and Country legends

TCD captures a fabulous Independence Day weekend in Milwaukee, filled with great music, lakefront festivities and a massive fireworks show.

The Summerfest Special: Fireworks and Owl City
The Summerfest Special

Fireworks and Owl City

In our first photographic installment, our crew checks out the crowded opening night, plus we get up-close and personal with synthpop rockers from Minnesota.

Passport to Summer Fun: July Festivals
Passport to Summer Fun

July Festivals

Brew Fests, fireworks, lakefront celebrations and so much more ensure there's never a dull weekend this month.

Summer Portraits: Baseball, Old-School
Summer Portraits

Baseball, Old-School

Vintage sportsmen show how baseball's evolved over 150 years, as the Milwaukee Grays take on the Eagle Diamonds at Doctors' Park.

Last Night for Literati: Downtown Books’ farewell party
Last Night for Literati

Downtown Books’ farewell party

The venerable, book-filled labyrinth is being forced to split up into smaller venues. So the employees threw a party. Here's what it looked like.

Op/Ed: QRM creates separate but unequal borrowers
Op/Ed

QRM creates separate but unequal borrowers

Both the Urban League and Heritage Foundation agree: A new mortgage qualification rule could end home ownership as we know it. And that's not good.

Summer Portraits: Scenes from Polish Fest
Summer Portraits

Scenes from Polish Fest

Na Zdrowie! The spirit was flowing in the new Vodka Lounge, which meant great dancing and accordions broke out. A photo gallery by Dylan Huebner.

Summer Portraits: Scenes from Juneteenth Day
Summer Portraits

Scenes from Juneteenth Day

Sunday morning brought showers and crowds to MLK Drive for the annual street festival in Milwaukee. Photos by Nickolas Nikolic.

Something special for dad: a Milwaukee Father’s Day guide
Something special for dad

a Milwaukee Father’s Day guide

Not sure what to do with dad today? You're in luck - TCD has the scoop on all sorts of fun (and affordable) ways to show old pop how much you care.

Summer Portraits: Scenes from Pridefest
Summer Portraits

Scenes from Pridefest

We begin our new series profiling the vibrant sights of Milwaukee's festival season with a Sunday visit to Pridefest.

Passport to Summer fun: TCD’s guide to Milwaukee Festival Season
Passport to Summer fun

TCD’s guide to Milwaukee Festival Season

Summer is finally here, and that means festival season is in full swing. From the Big Gig to the church BBQ, TCD's got your comprehensive guide to summer fun.

PODCAST: Bike to Work with The Bicycle Federation
PODCAST

Bike to Work with The Bicycle Federation

It's almost Bike to Work Week, and the Bike Fed wants to get Milwaukee out on two wheels. Today, Exec. Director Kevin Hardman talks about how first pedal is often the hardest.

Passport to Summer fun: June festivals
Passport to Summer fun

June festivals

Pride Fest, the Big Gig, and more church chicken dinners than you can shake a stick at - TCD's guide to all the festivities in June.

Photos: MSOE students take on the Leaning Tower of Pisa
Photos

MSOE students take on the Leaning Tower of Pisa

On Wednesday, a group of engineering students put the finishing touches on a five-foot-tall replica of the infamous Leaning Tower - made entirely out of Legos.

Open Call: Theatre, Film and Recycled Fashion
Open Call

Theatre, Film and Recycled Fashion

Updated: Auditions at Theatrical Tendencies and the Racine Theatre Guild, RedLine Milwaukee seeks fashion designers and Milwaukee Film accepts entries.

Something special for Mom: TCD’s guide to Mother’s Day Brunch
Something special for Mom

TCD’s guide to Mother’s Day Brunch

Moms are super awesome ladies who work hard all year round. This Sunday, treat her to a special Mother's Day brunch at one of these Milwaukee hotspots.

Derby Little Secrets: 2011 Championship Edition
Derby Little Secrets

2011 Championship Edition

May means one thing: time for the BCB Championships. Everything you need to know is here in one sassy video. Oh, and a bonus clip. Nice!

A guide to Easter Brunch in Milwaukee

A guide to Easter Brunch in Milwaukee

Whether you're looking for a family-friendly meal or an intimate brunch for two, Milwaukee restaurants have something for you this Easter Sunday.

Celebrate Earth Day every day

Celebrate Earth Day every day

A guide to Milwaukee's green events in honor of Mother Earth, plus quick and easy tips for a more eco-friendly lifestyle. Happy Earth Day!

Spring Gallery Night and Day in photographic review

Spring Gallery Night and Day in photographic review

Photo interns Nicole Peaslee and Nickolas Nikolic take their cameras out during Milwaukee's weekend art shows.

Spring into Gallery Night

Spring into Gallery Night

Iconic photography, activism and new student work: like the first colorful blooms of springtime, TCD has hand-picked a bouquet of fresh shows for you to enjoy.

Account Executive, Deals by Golly!

Account Executive, Deals by Golly!

Work for TCD as a Deals By Golly! account exec. Milwaukee's new deal site offers handsome compensation and a flexible schedule.

Derby Little Secrets: The Year of the Shevil?
Derby Little Secrets

The Year of the Shevil?

Can the last-place Maidens pull off a win, or will the 8s take it? Will the Rollettes get to defend their title or is 2011 the Year of the Shevil?

Villard Library art commission puts community first

Villard Library art commission puts community first

Milwaukee artists Paul Kjelland and Nicolas Lampert hope to engage the community, drawing on neighborhood stories for inspiration.

Open Call: Artists (and interns!) wanted
Open Call

Artists (and interns!) wanted

This week: Art Fairs and "Peep" shows for the artistically inclined, and TCD seeks talented interns for the Summer of 2011.

Social Media Intern, ThirdCoast Digest

Social Media Intern, ThirdCoast Digest

ThirdCoast Digest is now accepting applications for a Social Media Internship for Fall 2012.

Photo Intern, ThirdCoast Digest

Photo Intern, ThirdCoast Digest

TCD seeks two photo interns for Fall 2012.

Editorial Intern, ThirdCoast Digest

Editorial Intern, ThirdCoast Digest

ThirdCoast Digest is now accepting applications for an Editorial Internship for Fall 2012.

Election 5Q: Haas, Kraeger in Dist. 14 County Supervisor race
Election 5Q

Haas, Kraeger in Dist. 14 County Supervisor race

Sen. Chris Larson's former seat is available, and two previous contenders square off to fill it until 2012.

Captured: Dancing with UPAF’s stars
Captured

Dancing with UPAF’s stars

The United Performing Arts Fund, a combined effort to keep actors acting, dancers dancing, singers singing and musicians playing, kicks off its 2011-12 campaign.

Chris Abele focuses on county budget, transit in Press Club appearance

Chris Abele focuses on county budget, transit in Press Club appearance

County Exec candidate Chris Abele took heat from the media at Thursday's Press Club Newsmaker, but wants to stay focused on the issues.

Photos: Milwaukee celebrates St. Patrick’s Day
Photos

Milwaukee celebrates St. Patrick’s Day

TCD's photo interns capture the fun and festivities as Milwaukee's Irish communities celebrate their heritage. Beannachtam na Feile Padraig!

Fat Tuesday with MAM and the Alzheimer’s Association of WI

Fat Tuesday with MAM and the Alzheimer’s Association of WI

The Alzhiemer's Association of Southeastern WI hosted a Mardi Gras themed gala at the MAM, with creole-inspired fare and entertainment throughout the evening.

Derby Little Secrets: A bit o’Irish and a Bleeding “Miracle”
Derby Little Secrets

A bit o’Irish and a Bleeding “Miracle”

Who’s stacked and who stuffs her bra? Plus a bonus video from the Maidens' Bleeding Heart, channeling Kurt Russell in 2004’s "Miracle."

Metal Pedal revs up its gears: A Photo Gallery
Metal Pedal revs up its gears

A Photo Gallery

Hardcore cyclists test their metal on stationary bikes to benefit the WI Bicycle Federation with a rip-roaring, head-banging contest at Great Lakes Distillery.

Open Call: Comedy, absinthe and recycled art
Open Call

Comedy, absinthe and recycled art

Open call for the Milwaukee Comedy Festival, Great Lakes Distillery wants your poster art, plus applications for Redline and Pfister residencies due March 1.

The day in protest: Photos from Madison, UWM
The day in protest

Photos from Madison, UWM

UPDATED: TCD has reporters and photographers in both Madison and at UWM. Here are dramatic images from both. Feel free to share - just source us.

Warning: This Iron Cupcake gallery may cause screen-licking
Warning

This Iron Cupcake gallery may cause screen-licking

Sunday's Pro/Am Cupcake Clash brought out fierce competition, "Ace of Cakes'" Duff Goldman, and many a sugar crash. The day in photos.

Computer Love: And the winners are…
Computer Love

And the winners are…

Space cadets, potty mouths and proposals: your online dating stories were full of surprises. Readers voted for their favorites, and the results are in!

Dinner for two: Recipes for romance this Valentine’s Day
Dinner for two

Recipes for romance this Valentine’s Day

Wow your Valentine with these deliciously decadent recipes. In the words of Culture Editor Tom Strini: "You wanna get laid, guys? Learn how to cook."

Computer love: Your best and worst online dating stories
Computer love

Your best and worst online dating stories

1 in 5 married couples meet online, but not all e-dates are moonlight and roses. Readers share their best, worst and most hilarious forays into online dating.

Milwaukee Area Performing Arts Groups

Milwaukee Area Performing Arts Groups

The Milwaukee area boasts an impressive array of performing arts groups, from the acclaimed Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra to innovative upstarts like Insurgent Theatre and Bunny Gumbo.

Derby Little Secrets: No love lost in February
Derby Little Secrets

No love lost in February

Hard-hitting on the track, trash-talking in the back. The Brewcity Bruisers' fifth season heats up in February. Want the dirt? Watch this video.

Winterfest! at the Urban Ecology Center in images

Winterfest! at the Urban Ecology Center in images

TCD took in a day of ice skating, sledding and snowshoeing, projects and pie at Washington Park's premier environmental education organization.

Open Call: Auditions and entries
Open Call

Auditions and entries

Update: RedLine seeks new artists in residence and submissions for one-act plays at the Pink Banana close Feb. 2

Lynden Gardens on ice

Lynden Gardens on ice

Two TCD contributors visit the Lynden on a snowy Sunday afternoon for skating, cider and Pop Art, set against the backdrop of a veritable winter wonderland.

South Beach Delights: Francois Payard’s Chocolate Coconut Cake
South Beach Delights

Francois Payard’s Chocolate Coconut Cake

TCD concludes its series of celebrity recipes with a sweet dessert from pastry chef Francois Payard, with layers of coconut sponge and rich chocolate ganache.

Braving the cold, for art: A guide to Winter Gallery Night
Braving the cold, for art

A guide to Winter Gallery Night

Social activism, the art of scientific research, community-based art outreach and more: TCD's short list for must-see shows this weekend.

Open Call

Open Call

UPDATED: The Marcus Center auditions for "Church Basement Ladies" and the Racine Theatre Guild seeks actors of all ages for "Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing."

South Beach Delights: Alice Waters’ Grapefruit Avocado Salad
South Beach Delights

Alice Waters’ Grapefruit Avocado Salad

Renown chef and sustainable food activist Alice Waters shares a refreshing citrus salad.

South Beach delights: Rachel Ray’s zesty Cubano burger
South Beach delights

Rachel Ray’s zesty Cubano burger

Milwaukee author taps tops chefs to share recipes from the South Beach Wine & Food Festival in her new book.

Bruisers talk trash and take names [Video]

Bruisers talk trash and take names [Video]

It’s a new season for the Brewcity Bruisers, and TCD's Derby Little Secrets is back, leaner, meaner and better than ever

The Year That Was: TCD’s top news stories of 2010
The Year That Was

TCD’s top news stories of 2010

TCD's picks for the news stories from 2010 that affected us most profoundly

Open Call

Open Call

Marquette County seeks artists for "The Hidden History Mural Trail," a public art project highlighting the beauty of the region.

Threads: Looking forward to new fashion in the New Year
Threads

Looking forward to new fashion in the New Year

The ladies of Threads share their favorite trends of 2010 and forecast the hottest styles of 2011.

12 Songs Holiday Project: “Auld Lang Syne”
12 Songs Holiday Project

“Auld Lang Syne”

Each of our 12 artists also recorded their own renditions of "Auld Lang Syne" and we've mashed them into three minutes of pure year-end entertainment.

Countdown to 2011: Predictions and wishes for the New Year
Countdown to 2011

Predictions and wishes for the New Year

"Year's end is neither an end or a beginning, but a going on, with all the wisdom that experience can instill in us."

TCD’s Homemade Hangover Remedies

TCD’s Homemade Hangover Remedies

For those of us prone to NYE indulgence, TCD offers a few morning-after cures and tasty N/A cocktail recipes to ensure that the first day of 2011 is a good one.

Open Call

Open Call

Calling all thespians! The Racine Theatre Guild is hosting open auditions for its upcoming production of "Treasure Island." Details inside!

PODCAST: Holiday Tales: The Kelly Family Christmas Tree
PODCAST

Holiday Tales

One season, many voices. To conclude TCD's Holiday Tales series, poetess Dasha Kelly eschews the traditional tannenbaum and creates a new Christmas tradition.

12 Songs Holiday Project: Milwaukee Choral Artists
12 Songs Holiday Project

Milwaukee Choral Artists

Wisconsin's leading female vocal ensemble offers a charming arrangement of "Silent Night," exclusively for the TCD/WMSE 12 Songs Holiday Project.

PODCAST: Holiday Tales : Twas the Night Before Christmas…
PODCAST

Holiday Tales

One season, many voices. This Christmas Eve, First Stage Children's Theatre Education Director Julia Magnasco offers a lively reading of a beloved poem.

12 Songs Holiday Project: 1913
12 Songs Holiday Project

1913

One cellist and one percussionist comprise the genre-challenging duo 1913, who bring their unique rendition of "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen" to TCD and WMSE.

TCD’s Holiday Wish List, pt 2: Sky’s the Limit
TCD’s Holiday Wish List, pt 2

Sky’s the Limit

What would you wish for if money and time were of no consequence? World Peace, exotic travel and canine companions top part two of TCD's Holiday Wish List.

Holiday Tales, pt. 5: The Gift of the Magi
Holiday Tales, pt. 5

The Gift of the Magi

One season, many voices. This week, Mark Metcalf reads "The Gift of the Magi," O. Henry's beloved tale of love, sacrifice and the true meaning of Christmas.

12 Songs Holiday Project: Stas Venglevski
12 Songs Holiday Project

Stas Venglevski

Bayan accordion virtuoso Stas Venglevski offers his rendition of "Away in a Manger."

12 Songs Holiday Project: Philomusica Quartet
12 Songs Holiday Project

Philomusica Quartet

A beautiful rendition of "Angels We Have Heard on High" by the Philomusica Quartet -- music is their passion, and it shows.

12 Songs Holiday Project: Frank Almond and Tom Strini
12 Songs Holiday Project

Frank Almond and Tom Strini

MSO concertmaster and violinist Frank Almond and our very own Culture Editor Tom Strini collaborate for a stirring performance of "What Child Is This?"

12 Songs Holiday Project: Pezzetino
12 Songs Holiday Project

Pezzetino

Pezzetino's "Salve" was written just for us at TCD and WMSE. Listen to her touching song and feel special that it's one-of-a-kind.

12 Songs Holiday Project: Invade Rome
12 Songs Holiday Project

Invade Rome

A psychedelic rock version of "O Holy Night" by Invade Rome. Who knew Christmas could rock so hard?

12 Songs Holiday Project: Lisa Gatewood
12 Songs Holiday Project

Lisa Gatewood

Lisa Gatewood sings her very own melancholy Christmas song "This Christmas Eve" -- as sad as it is beautiful.

12 Songs Holiday Project: Celebrated Workingman & Orangutan
12 Songs Holiday Project

Celebrated Workingman & Orangutan

The Celebrated Workingman and Orangutan! combine forces with a fun ditty called "No More Christmas Suicide (Don't Make Baby Jesus Cry)"

TCD’s Holiday Wish List: Buy Milwaukee
TCD’s Holiday Wish List

Buy Milwaukee

Check out TCD's guide to great Milwaukee-centric gifts - from tea sets to custom portraits - these eclectic items are sure to please everyone on your list.

12 Songs Holiday Project:Melissa Czarnik & the Eric Mire Band
12 Songs Holiday Project

Melissa Czarnik & the Eric Mire Band

Poet/emcee Melissa Czarnik and the Eric Mire Band deliver a soulful rendition of "O Come All Ye Faithful" like you've never heard before.

PODCAST: Holiday Tales, pt. 4: Billie the Brownie
PODCAST

Holiday Tales, pt. 4

One season, many voices. This week, David Begel recalls one particularly magical Christmas involving an elf, a letter to Santa and a beloved family secret.

12 Songs Holiday Project: Joel Kopischke “O Festivus”
12 Songs Holiday Project

Joel Kopischke “O Festivus”

Writer, director and performer Joel Kopischke offers an original Festivus Carol with special guest accompaniment from Stas Venglevski on bayan.

The 12 Songs Holiday Project

The 12 Songs Holiday Project

TCD brings back the 12 Songs Holiday Project, a collaboration with WMSE and local musicians. Today, guitarist Peter Mac reimagines "We Three Kings."

PODCAST: Holiday Tales, pt. 3: Happy Hanukkah
PODCAST

Holiday Tales, pt. 3

One season, many voices. This week, Ex Fabula's Rebecca Segal shares the endearing story of one very madcap Hanukkah celebration overseas.

PODCAST: Holiday Tales, pt. 2: Blitzen the talking reindeer
PODCAST

Holiday Tales, pt. 2

One season, many voices. This week, Sunset Playhouse Managing Director Jonathan West tells the story of how he found creative salvation in a talking reindeer.

Cold-weather cookbook: TCD’s favorite recipes for the season
Cold-weather cookbook

TCD’s favorite recipes for the season

Grandma's famous cookies, aromatic chicken soup, and of course, pecan pie. TCD staff and contributors offer their beloved family recipes.

2010 Holiday Fun Guide: Performing Arts
2010 Holiday Fun Guide

Performing Arts

There's plenty of holiday cheer to go around on Milwaukee stages this season! TCD's guide to some of the city's best holiday-themed performances.

The Domes’ “Music Under Glass” begins anew

The Domes’ “Music Under Glass” begins anew

Photo intern Matthew Dwyer takes a dark and moody journey through the Mitchell Park Conservatory at night as Ed Franks belts out the classics.

The Giving Season: Milwaukee Food Drives
The Giving Season

Milwaukee Food Drives

Take a look at a few local food drives with unique approaches to feeding the hungry this season.

The Giving Season

The Giving Season

In November, TCD shares some of the region’s most creative – and important – efforts to help those in need.

Open Call

Open Call

The Pfister seeks its next Artist in Residence, the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards is accepting entries and The MacDowell Club welcomes new performers.

5Q: Welcome home, Luckystar
5Q

Welcome home, Luckystar

After a decade, a short hiatus and several new addresses, Luckystar Studio returns to the Third Ward.

Giddyup! It’s almost Gallery Night

Giddyup! It’s almost Gallery Night

Luckystar makes a comeback, Sky High hosts an eclectic boutique and master photographers show at the GAC. Check out TCD's picks for Fall Gallery Night.

Open Call: Auditions and entries in SE Wisconsin
Open Call

Auditions and entries in SE Wisconsin

UPDATED: Auditions for "Don't Hug Me" and "Miracle on 34th Street" at Racine Theatre Guild, "Dramatic License" at Boulevard Theatre and a photo call from CoPA.

Celtic meets raga & salsa beats: Global Union Day 2
Celtic meets raga & salsa beats

Global Union Day 2

Put on your boogie shoes -- Sunday's lineup is sure to get those hips shaking.

Gypsies and Jam Band Funk: Global Union Day 1
Gypsies and Jam Band Funk

Global Union Day 1

Saturday's lineup boasts Romanian brass, Ethiopian funk and sweet bachata melodies from the Dominican Republic

Primary Coverage: Feingold appeals to voters on both sides
Primary Coverage

Feingold appeals to voters on both sides

TCD Associate News Editor Patti Wenzel and contributor John Smart rarely agree, but when it comes to Russ Feingold they're of one mind.

Freaks, luchadores and lusty ladies

Freaks, luchadores and lusty ladies

Mondo Lucha's bawdy spectacular returns to Milwaukee today with all the high-flying, wacked-out goodness you can handle.

Open call: Auditions and entries in SE Wisconsin
Open call

Auditions and entries in SE Wisconsin

Bel Canto Chorus and The Milwaukee Theatre are searching for singers, plus a call for entries for the 2010 Chalk Art Contest.

Does Milwaukee need another “gentleman’s club”?

Does Milwaukee need another “gentleman’s club”?

Is it an economic boost or anti-woman flesh pandering? As we wait for the Common Council to vote, Patti Wenzel and Ryan Findley weigh out the pros and cons.

Cows, Curds and Cream Puffs: The Wisconsin State Fair
Cows, Curds and Cream Puffs

The Wisconsin State Fair

Love it or hate it, the State Fair is a sight to behold. TCD's multimedia team captures ten days of food, fun and farm animals.

20 local non-profits share a miracle (on Canal Street)

20 local non-profits share a miracle (on Canal Street)

Potawatomi’s 2010 "Miracle on Canal Street" hopes to give over $1 million to 20 local non-profits in December. Who knew bingo and the greater good could be so powerful together?

Full Throttle

Full Throttle

TCD hung out in Riverwest this weekend to capture all the rumbling, revved up festivities of the annual Rockerbox street fest.

Break a Leg

Break a Leg

Gal Friday Films, Acacia Theatre and the Over Our Head Players are holding auditions throughout the month of August. Got the acting bug? Read on for details.

What’s up, Milwaukee: Cream City Rickshaw and RW24!
What’s up, Milwaukee

Cream City Rickshaw and RW24!

In the latest installment of our 2-minute summer video series, TCD's social media team experiences the wildy fun Riverwest24 bike race from the comfort of a rickshaw!

Photo Gallery: Brady Street Festival 2010
Photo Gallery

Brady Street Festival 2010

Cheese, beer, music and one fabulous drag show: thanks for the good times, Brady Street.

Milwaukee auditions for American Idol

Milwaukee auditions for American Idol

Thousands flocked to the Bradley Center this week in the hopes of earning a ticket to Hollywood. TCD was there to capture the audition day madness and sadness.

A Visual Feast: July Gallery Night 2010
A Visual Feast

July Gallery Night 2010

It's that time again. As always, TCD has you covered with a few cherry-picked morsels for your viewing pleasure this Gallery Night & Day.

The battle over “Raw Love”

The battle over “Raw Love”

Ald.Donovan erupts and gets the whole city arguing over art vs. vandalism. TCD weighs in with the facts and visual arts writers Kat Murrell, Judith Ann Moriarty and Valerie J. Christell share their thoughts.

What’s Up, Milwaukee: Green Man
What’s Up, Milwaukee

Green Man

Who the heck is this "Green Man," and where did he come from? Why is he so obsessed with the Brewers? Part 3 of TCD's summer video series answers these burning questions.

What’s up, Milwaukee: Kopp’s Custard
What’s up, Milwaukee

Kopp’s Custard

In part two of TCD's 2-minute videos, Patti Wenzel samples some decadent custard and talks to the experts about what makes it so dang good.

Turn the Page: Summer Reading, pt. 7
Turn the Page

Summer Reading, pt. 7

TCD wraps its Summer Reading series with Cousteau's seafaring adventures, a bit of speculative fiction from Margaret Atwood and a Hemingway classic.

Turn the Page: Summer Reading, pt. 6
Turn the Page

Summer Reading, pt. 6

Surreal graphic novels and the collected essays of David Sedaris are the perfect accompaniments to a balmy summer afternoon.

Turn the Page: Summer Reading, pt.5
Turn the Page

Summer Reading, pt.5

Julie Sneider celebrates the 50th anniversary of Harper Lee's classic novel and Jennifer Kaufmann suggests books suitable for theater geeks and children of the 80s.

Turn the Page: Summer Reading, pt. 4
Turn the Page

Summer Reading, pt. 4

Poetry anthologies, Food Rules and a closer look at the ad industry provide food for thought for writers Danielle Romo, Brigitte Kiepert and Annie Vihtelic.

Turn the Page: Summer Reading,pt.3
Turn the Page

Summer Reading,pt.3

The collected stories of Edith Wharton and a few Thoughts on Faith keep Performing Arts writer Peggy Sue Dunigan and contributor Michelle Sieg cool on hot summer days.

Turn the Page: Summer Reading, pt.2
Turn the Page

Summer Reading, pt.2

Visual Arts writers Ryan Findley and Judith Ann Moriarty offer classics from Oates, Bradbury and Gabriel Garcia Marquez in part two of TCD's summer reading picks.

Turn the Page: Summer Reading Picks
Turn the Page

Summer Reading Picks

What better way to spend a balmy afternoon than curled up with a good book? Check back all week as TCD staff and contributors share their picks for great summer reading.

Happy Hour: The R&R
Happy Hour

The R&R

Rachel Fell combines local ingredients for a crisp and refreshing (but not syrupy-sweet) take on the John Daly.

Humboldt Bridge is back in business

Humboldt Bridge is back in business

Photos from the long-awaited re-opening

Happy Hour: The Jersey Girl and Semi Suite
Happy Hour

The Jersey Girl and Semi Suite

Chad Doll offers a modern twist on the Manhattan and the Gin Sling.

New at MAM: A sneak peek
New at MAM

A sneak peek

A sneak peek at the Colescott retrospective and selections from the AIDS Memorial Quilt.

From the Couch: 28 batter perfect game
From the Couch

28 batter perfect game

The MLB is filled with umpire gaffes and bad calls that the common couch potato can see, but Bud Selig refuses to give umpires the opportunity to review questionable calls on any type of play.

Summer in the city: June
Summer in the city

June

TCD has you covered with a comprehensive guide to a great summer in Milwaukee. This time: what to do and where to go in the month of June.

A lovely evening for Jazz in the Park

A lovely evening for Jazz in the Park

Blue skies, mild temperatures and a good crowd made for a great start to the first concert in the series.

Arts Fever: the Evening in Pictures
Arts Fever

the Evening in Pictures

Many of the major performing and visual arts groups in Milwaukee were represented at our fundraiser for UPAF and showcase of some terrific artists at the Hilton Crystal Ballroom. A photo gallery from Photo Editor Brian Jacobson

Farmer’s Market Guide

Farmer’s Market Guide

TCD has the scoop on your local markets for the 2010 season.

Milwaukee Zombie Coalition to Protest Ann Coulter

Milwaukee Zombie Coalition to Protest Ann Coulter

Tonight: Zombies descend on Ann Coulter at UW-Milwaukee. Tomorrow, Patti Wenzel reports.

Derby Little Secrets: Smackdowns and close calls
Derby Little Secrets

Smackdowns and close calls

Skittle skates the Shevils to a sensationally slim success and Maiden Milwaukee claims a hard-fought win over the tough-as-nails Crazy 8s.

The Rep’s musical road trip

The Rep’s musical road trip

It's 1959. Put the top down, crank up the radio and roar down Route 66.

Threads: Red Carpet Glam
Threads

Red Carpet Glam

For fashionphiles, Oscar night is all about the couture. Emily and Natalie offer their Red Carpet picks - plus a chance to experience "A Day in Hollywood"

Threads: Meet your fashionistas
Threads

Meet your fashionistas

Two ladies. Two views. Two very keen senses of style. Look for Threads, our new fashion blog, likely to shake, shatter and occasionally enhance your own sense of style and self every other week.

Power of Three: Love Songs – Au revoir
Power of Three

Love Songs – Au revoir

Today, the final installment: Our very own Annemarie Chapdelaine and Emily Thungkaew. Rate theirs and share yours.

Power of Three: Love Songs – Day 10
Power of Three

Love Songs – Day 10

Today: FM 102.1's Kramp & Adler. Surprise! Sarah McLachlan makes the list again. Rate theirs and share yours.

Riverwest Burning: Signs point to arson, but does the City care?
Riverwest Burning

Signs point to arson, but does the City care?

A series of fires dating back to July 2009 with one arrest but no official investigation into a series of strikingly similar incidents. So Erin Petersen and DJ Hostettler did some digging of their own.

Power of Three: Love Songs – Day 9
Power of Three

Love Songs – Day 9

Today: Our own Jon Anne Willow and Mehrdad J. Dalamie. Rate theirs and share yours!

Flirting: Then and now
Flirting

Then and now

Past the winks and whistles, how does one grab attention? Two women, a generation or so apart, share their stories.

Power of Three: Love Songs – Day 8
Power of Three

Love Songs – Day 8

TCD staffers and local notables share their fave love songs. Today: Singer/songwriter Lisa Gatewood and the MSO's Frank Almond. Rate theirs and share yours!

Power of Three: Love Songs – Day 7
Power of Three

Love Songs – Day 7

TCD staffers and local notables share their fave love songs. Today: Our very own Ted Bobrow and Patti Wenzel. Rate theirs and share yours!

Power of Three: Love Songs – Day 6
Power of Three

Love Songs – Day 6

TCD staffers and local notables share their fave love songs. Today: Our very own Erin Petersen and tomjulio. Rate theirs and share yours!

Power of Three: Love Songs – Day 5
Power of Three

Love Songs – Day 5

TCD staffers and local notables share their fave love songs. Today: Our very own Tom Strini and Barbara Castonguay. Rate theirs and share yours!

Love, TCD Style

Love, TCD Style

We've got you covered. Win romantic prizes and important brownie points right here.

Power of Three: Love Songs – Day 4
Power of Three

Love Songs – Day 4

TCD staffers and local notables share their fave love songs. Today: WMSE's Erin Wolf and our own DJ Hostettler. Rate theirs and share yours!

Power of Three: Love Songs – Day 3
Power of Three

Love Songs – Day 3

TCD staffers and local notables share their fave love songs. Today: Jonathan West of Sunset Playhouse and our own Judith Ann Moriarty. Rate theirs and share yours!

Power of Three: Love Songs – Day 2
Power of Three

Love Songs – Day 2

TCD staffers and local notables share their fave love songs. Today: The Salvation Army's Faithe Colas and our own Cesar Rojas. Rate theirs and share yours!

Power of Three: Love Songs – Day 1
Power of Three

Love Songs – Day 1

TCD staffers and local notables share their fave love songs. Today: B-93.3's Jane and CV and our own Lisa Townsel. Rate theirs and share yours!

MCTS driver rescues a missing boy

MCTS driver rescues a missing boy

Bus driver provides a warm coat and candy until the youngster could be reunited with family.

City’s unsung hero groups get their due

City’s unsung hero groups get their due

Station 88Nine RadioMilwaukee showcases community orgs that help out the needy.

Giving the gift of Milwaukee

Giving the gift of Milwaukee

Can't think of what to get that special loved one this season? Take a look around the city. Better yet, read our list for some of the best gifts that Milwaukee has to offer.

MCTS gives Rosa Parks a headlight tribute

MCTS gives Rosa Parks a headlight tribute

Civil rights pioneer gets a day of honor by local transit system.

TCD Recipes, Pt. 2: Sweet Stuff
TCD Recipes, Pt. 2

Sweet Stuff

Nothing quite says it's the holidays like scrumptious baked goods and other confections. Here, TCD staffers share their recipes for sweet treats.

TCD Recipes, Pt. 1: Savor our savory selections
TCD Recipes, Pt. 1

Savor our savory selections

ThirdCoast staffers dish about holiday staples sure to impress at your next open house, office party or neighborhood potluck.

Photo Gallery: RunUp to the Runway
Photo Gallery

RunUp to the Runway

Get a glimpse of the fashions and fashionistas that made the weekend's style shows a success.

Public Policy Forum Wins National Award for Transit Research

Public Policy Forum Wins National Award for Transit Research

Milwaukee County's transit crisis draws attention of judging panel

Milwaukee Film Announces $200,000 Gift from the Selig Family

Milwaukee Film Announces $200,000 Gift from the Selig Family

Milwaukee Film is thrilled to announce that it will receive a generous gift from Allan H. and Suzanne L. Selig for its 2009 and 2010 Milwaukee Film Festivals.

Milwaukee Press Club Newsmaker Luncheon to feature State Health Officer

Milwaukee Press Club Newsmaker Luncheon to feature State Health Officer

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The Armoury Gallery closes its doors

The Armoury Gallery closes its doors

In a press release Monday night, Milwaukee’s Armoury Gallery — founded by MIAD grads Cassandra Smith and Jessica Steeber in 2008 — has closed its doors. Dear friends of the Armoury, As reluctant as we are to join the list of closing galleries and businesses around Milwaukee, it has unfortunately come time to announce that […]

Milwaukee Area Performance Venues

Milwaukee Area Performance Venues

The Milwaukee metro region is home to an incredible variety of venues - from the 18,000 seat Bradley Center to the 25-seat Off the Wall Theatre. Click here for a complete listing. Don't see your favorite room? Suggest we add it. Thanks!

Milwaukee Area Museums & Galleries

Milwaukee Area Museums & Galleries

A comprehensive listing of art museums, galleries and visual art spaces in and around Milwaukee.