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ClassicalOct 13th, 2016 by Michael Barndt
Brahms and Beethoven, yes, but also Ysaÿe and Boulanger.
Eyes on MilwaukeeOct 12th, 2016 by Jeramey Jannene
City will use funding to study extension of streetcar to Bronzeville and Walker's Point.
Feb 16th, 2016 by Jeramey Jannene
Win or lose, today's primary candidates will be partying. But where? Here's the details.
Nov 18th, 2015 by Urban Milwaukee
Drive has passed 300 contributors and is over $29,000, can we pass $30,000?
Bike CzarMay 1st, 2015 by Dave Schlabowske
Right now I'm leaning toward the Xtracycle Edgerunner to carry my two dogs, but the bike industry is coming up with other intriguing options.
ClassicalApr 29th, 2015 by Michael Barndt
The group's concert on Sunday emphasizes romantic fare, with works by Schumann, Saint Saens and Haydn.
House ConfidentialJan 29th, 2015 by Michael Horne
His surprisingly modest Mequon Cape Cod is surrounded by and benefits from all kinds of publicly-funded, socialistic services.
Bike CzarJan 16th, 2015 by Dave Schlabowske
2015 agenda by Bike Federation will push city for these and other improvements.
Eyes on MilwaukeeAug 6th, 2014 by Dave Reid
The $3 million system is now installing 10 bike sharing stations and could expand to 100 stations and 1,000 bikes.
Arts RoundupApr 8th, 2014 by Isabel Dunkerley
The human pretzels of the Pilobolus dance troupe perform this week at the Wilson Center.
Arts RoundupFeb 3rd, 2014 by Isabel Dunkerley
Revamped Broadway musical adds more dance, while Rep opens The Whipping Man.