Versatile event space hosts school and public events, is site for Milwaukee Film Festival screenings
Popular Bay View restaurant will move a few blocks north next spring.
Stone Bowl has a long menu, full of traditional Korean dishes. Try the Hangover Soup, or the authors favorite: Bibimbop.
The Laughing Tap plans to open in the former Sprecher Taproom location.
Trio will play a mix of masterwork and new material.
Playwright brings her own guillotine to Next Act production
Skylight’s stripped down approach brings freshness to 76 year old musical
Feminism, race and white privilege shatter academia at Rep’s Stiemke theater
‘Fires in the Mirror’ propels power of documentary theater
He leads Milwaukee Rep’s most incisive musical to date, ‘West Side Story’
Her song, “I’m Sorry”, is one of the best pop vocals ever recorded.
Mental illness kept him in a private hell. Yet he created some beautiful songs.
Interact with Polish culture through its folk poetry and music.
The first in our annual series of previews. Have you ever been "mudding"?
This spot is worth the wait on weekends. The extensive menu and interesting decor does not disappoint.
Frank Juarez Gallery presents the perplexing, slightly absurd sculptures of artist Rob Neilson.
Learn how Andrew Gierczak, co-founder and head brewer at MobCraft Beer, harvested yeast from a historic beer cellar and turned it into Lager
Free event October 18-20 at the Wisconsin Center
The event will be free to enter, and only those over 21 will be allowed in.
Home to the Riverwest Artists Association, the gallery provides a platform for local musicians and visual artists. And it has big plans for the future.
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