Arts & Entertainment

Sieger on Songs: Ain’t Gonna Eat Out My Heart

Ain’t Gonna Eat Out My Heart

How Lori Burton’s scorched-earth song became a Young Rascals favorite.

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Ain’t Gonna Eat Out My Heart

How Lori Burton’s scorched-earth song became a Young Rascals favorite.

Gallery Night Was Visually Stunning

More than 47 galleries had art on display.

Unique New Place for Craft Beers

Eagle Park Brewing Co. is now in the century-old former space of The Hamilton. It is solid.

Off the Beaten Path

Philomusica Quartet performs Debussy, Tchaikovsky and Part, who rarely wrote quartets.

Check Out These Five YPWeek Events

Annual young professionals week is back for its sixth installment.

The Colorful World of Skully Gustafson

Art, music, performance art, he does it all. Yet it all seems part of the same world.

King Dr. Restaurant Not Big On Bland

Mi Casa Su Casa has no fried foods, but plenty of flavor and seasonings.

Black Restaurant Week Offers Deals

Plus: New Eagle Park Brewing and AXE MKE opening and Buddha Lounge closing.

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A National Conversation About Guns

On Friday, theaters across the U.S. will do readings of “Natural Shocks’, a new humorous play about guns.

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Ain’t Gonna Eat Out My Heart

How Lori Burton’s scorched-earth song became a Young Rascals favorite.

Cindy Walker’s Shy Sad Classic

“You Don’t Know Me” is a uniquely haunting song that’s been performed by many.

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Off the Beaten Path

Philomusica Quartet performs Debussy, Tchaikovsky and Part, who rarely wrote quartets.

MSO Takes on Mahler’s Titanic Song Cycle

Das Lied von der Erde paired with potent works by Britten and Foss.

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Upcoming Events
  1. Film Premier: Anne Morgan’s War / L’autre chemin des Dames

    April 24 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
  2. Glenn Adamson, “Make or Break: Inside and Outside the Rules”

    April 24 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
  3. “Tell your Race and Equity Stories” Workshop

    April 25 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
  4. Marquette University’s Third Annual Ethics of Big Data Symposium

    April 27 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
  5. David Power and Willie Kelly in Concert – Irish Music

    April 29 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Off the Beaten Path

Philomusica Quartet performs Debussy, Tchaikovsky and Part, who rarely wrote quartets.

The Colorful World of Skully Gustafson

Art, music, performance art, he does it all. Yet it all seems part of the same world.

Read More...

Is “Our Town” Still Relevant Today?

Milwaukee Rep’s solid production suggests the answer is (mostly) yes.

Jo’s Cafe is the Real Deal

Northwest side café, really a diner, does comfort food right.

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Announcements

30 pm

EXYOMKE selects a different theme each year to focus their creative work on that culminates in a large-scale final public performance.

A Night at the Cabaret

Saturday, May 12, 2018 • 5:30pm

Summerfest Announces Klement’s Sausage and Beer Garden Headliners and Performance Dates

Located on the North End of Henry Maier Festival Park, the Klement's Sausage and Beer Garden will feature acoustic music from 2-8 p.m. daily, spotlighting local artists.

Milwaukee Repertory Theater Seeks “Tiny Tim” and Other Young Performers For Milwaukee’s Favorite Holiday Tradition A Christmas Carol

All submissions are due by Friday, May 25 at 5pm.

Wisconsin School Music Association festival kicks off at UW-Milwaukee

The WSMA State Music Festival is one of the largest events of its kind in the nation.

Summerfest Announces Johnson Controls World Sound Stage Headliners and Performance Dates

Ticket prices for Summerfest 2018 are among the most affordable in the world for any major festival.

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The Colorful World of Skully Gustafson

Art, music, performance art, he does it all. Yet it all seems part of the same world.

An Artist Since Age Nine

Art is a life-and-death matter for Katie Musolff, whose work is now on exhibit at Tory Folliard Gallery.

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