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A Touch of Glass

Frankly Music plays all minimalism. By Philip Glass, yes, but Tchaikovsky?

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A Touch of Glass

Frankly Music plays all minimalism. By Philip Glass, yes, but Tchaikovsky?

McDormand Oscar-Worthy in ‘Three Billboards’

Role of ferocious mother dominates grim, funny film by Irish playwright.

America’s Leading Concertina Bar

Formerly Altenburg's, now Kochanski's, still preserving an old Milwaukee tradition.

‘The Shape Of Water’ Is Stunning

Director’s distinctive style creates a beauty-and-beast romance in a dark fascist world.

Travel Channel Seeks City’s Secret “Treasure”

"Expedition Unknown" to search for unique ceramic cask buried in 1981 but never found.

New Restaurant, Bakery in Walker’s Point

Neighborhood also has new nighttime brunch bar pop-up. Finally, booze and cereal!

Benji’s, the Last Word on Corned Beef

So many ways to eat it, though other dishes are tasty, too.

Is ‘Lady Bird’ Overrated?

A fine coming-of-age film, yes, but surely oversold by critics.

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Rep’s ‘Animal Farm’ Is Heavy Hoofing

Adaptation of Orwell’s allegorical novel has strong visuals, but plodding pace.

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Laura Nyro’s Underrated Artistry

She was a unique singer songwriter who avoided the limelight.

A Late Sinatra Classic

“It Was A Very Good Year”? Not. But the song and his rendition are seductive.

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A Touch of Glass

Frankly Music plays all minimalism. By Philip Glass, yes, but Tchaikovsky?

The New Leonard Bernstein?

Milwaukee Symphony’s guest conductor Teddy Abrams also composes and plays piano.

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A Touch of Glass

Frankly Music plays all minimalism. By Philip Glass, yes, but Tchaikovsky?

The New Leonard Bernstein?

Milwaukee Symphony’s guest conductor Teddy Abrams also composes and plays piano.

Read More...

McDormand Oscar-Worthy in ‘Three Billboards’

Role of ferocious mother dominates grim, funny film by Irish playwright.

‘The Shape Of Water’ Is Stunning

Director’s distinctive style creates a beauty-and-beast romance in a dark fascist world.

Read More...

Announcements

Milwaukee Repertory Theater Announces Casting for the World Premiere of One House Over

Part of the John (Jack) D. Lewis New Play Development Program

“Fire On Ice” Event at Black Cat Alley

The East Side BID will sponsor a winter ice-painting event

Journey & Def Leppard to Headline Summerfest’s American Family Insurance Amphitheater July 4th

Journey & Def Leppard set colossal co-headlining North American tour. 58-City Tour Kicks-Off May 21ST

January Happenings at The Iron Horse Hotel

Fun happenings taking place at The Iron Horse Hotel throughout the month of January.

Café Manna, Milwaukee area’s first 100% vegetarian restaurant, celebrates 10 years of business

Over the years, Café Manna has received numerous accolades and awards.

Igniting your drive to win

NASCAR champion Julia Landauer to share leadership insights

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A World of Fairy Tale Sculptures

Artist Gerit Grimm has won international renown for her work on display at MOWA.

Why I Love “Degas to Picasso”

On my fifth visit to the Milwaukee Art Museum show I’m still discovering more.

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