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Arts Preview 2010-11Sep 13th, 2010 by Tom Strini
Milwaukee's dancers might be the city's most creative and resourceful arts community. Here's what they're up to this season.
On Stage with TCDSep 7th, 2010 by Tom Strini
Labor Day has come and gone. Now it's time to get out those season tickets and feed your soul.
Ready, Set, RollSep 4th, 2010 by Jon Anne Willow
As the Milwaukee Film Festival 2010 lineup is unveiled, expect to laugh, cry, cringe - and travel a little.
Aug 27th, 2010 by Blaine Schultz
Renown for experimental film, UWM hosts innovative student work at the inaugural Film Graduate Student's Exhibition, closing tonight.
ReviewAug 19th, 2010 by Tom Strini
Serious music is heading down the Silk Road. Yo-Yo Ma is its Marco Polo.
Aug 9th, 2010 by Tom Strini
Food is more than food at the Laurie Raphael Restaurant. It resonates. It intensifies life. It does what art does.
ReviewJul 31st, 2010 by Matthew Reddin
Danceworks rolls the dice to match up choreographers with artists and designers from other fields. Sold out shows ensue.
Jul 27th, 2010 by Kelly Gehringer
A cadre of artists and activists are spreading awareness about the depletion of Earth's most precious resource via a series of community-based art installations across Milwaukee.
In the name of loveJul 23rd, 2010 by Matthew Reddin
Youngblood's latest offering forces us to decide where the line is between being madly in love and just plain mad.
ReviewJul 16th, 2010 by Patti Wenzel
Are we who we think we are or who others say we are? "Wicked" answers the question.
Big artJul 9th, 2010 by Valerie J. Christell
Mequon's Gathering on the Green is hosting a festival that includes a huge, collaborative, art creation opportunity. If you believe that all people should express themselves through the arts, then this is for you.
Jul 6th, 2010 by Valerie J. Christell
Reginald Baylor is the first to call his work "Paint by Number," employing assistants to paint his vision on canvas. For Baylor, painting is a means to an end rather than an essential part of his process.