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Eat, Drink & Be Socially Distant

Eat, Drink & Be Socially Distant

Four local food and dining businesses find creative ways to serve during a pandemic.

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Eat, Drink & Be Socially Distant

Four local food and dining businesses find creative ways to serve during a pandemic.

Summerfest Canceled

Due to the pandemic, for the first time in the festival's history it is canceled

LGBTQ Bar Holding Virtual Pride Festival

PrideFest is cancelled, but This Is It! will be streaming drag shows and DJ performances.

Brewery Co-op Opening Bay View Taproom

New Barons Brewing Cooperative is the first of its kind in Wisconsin.

Local Bars Await Rules for Reopening

Some say they're ready, others willing to wait it out.

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The Show Must Go On. Eventually

Milwaukee Rep and several other theaters are planning a season beginning as early as August

Dark Days for Local Theater. Literally

Local theaters cancel shows, try virtual productions, try to map out a future.

Florentine Presents Its ‘Carmen’ Digitally

And it's a success. Plus: backstage photos of the full stage production that was cancelled.

Rep’s ‘Eclipsed’ Is Harrowing Yet Funny

A brutal look at Liberian War from women’s viewpoint is unique and often powerful.

Kaczmarek Returns for Gigante’s ‘Crave’

Milwaukee native and ‘Malcolm in the Middle’ star performs in edgy British play.

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The Incendiary Talent of Little Richard

An explosive rocker and cultural force, but also a great singer. RIP.

The Greatest Rock Time Capsule Ever

NME Poll Winners Awards Show of 1965 captures the entire British Invasion.

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Present Music Offers Free Online Concert

Works by Steve Reich, Angelica Negron and Milwaukee native and Pulitzer Prize finalist Michael Torke.

So Many Great Musicians

Frankly Music features some of the top MSO players performing Mozart, Milhaud, Turina.

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Present Music Offers Free Online Concert

Works by Steve Reich, Angelica Negron and Milwaukee native and Pulitzer Prize finalist Michael Torke.

So Many Great Musicians

Frankly Music features some of the top MSO players performing Mozart, Milhaud, Turina.

Read More...

Florentine Presents Its ‘Carmen’ Digitally

And it's a success. Plus: backstage photos of the full stage production that was cancelled.

Aria has Classic Fare and Fancy Digs

Breakfast and lunch staples are set against a beautiful art collection.

Rep’s ‘Eclipsed’ Is Harrowing Yet Funny

A brutal look at Liberian War from women’s viewpoint is unique and often powerful.

39 Artists. Not a Barn in Sight

Yes, it’s the Wisconsin Biennial. But don’t expect cornfields and cows.

The Return of John Shimon

Overcoming loss, with a new wife and artistic partner, Lauren Semivan. Quite a story.

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Announcements

New box lunch campaign encourages downtown employers to support neighborhood eateries

Comeback Cuisine to inspire the purchase of 3,000 lunches from downtown restaurants within 30 days

The Greater Milwaukee Foundation Mary L. Nohl Fund for Individual Artists Suitcase Export Fund Launches Summer Funding Cycle, June 1

 

Underground Collaborative Closing Due to Pandemic

Permanent closure of downtown arts center served the arts community for 8 years.

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Marcela Garcia Seeks Diversity In Art

Walker's Point Center for the Arts leader takes over after years of leadership changes.

39 Artists. Not a Barn in Sight

Yes, it’s the Wisconsin Biennial. But don’t expect cornfields and cows.

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