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  • RadioMilwaukee names new Executive Director

    Milwaukee, Wisconsin (April 8, 2009) – Mary Louise Mussoline, the Milwaukee Art Museum’s former senior director of development, has been named executive director of non-commercial 88Nine RadioMilwaukee. Mussoline, a longtime Milwaukee resident, has served for many years as a top executive and consultant to numerous area non-profits, working in areas of management, training and fundraising. […]

  • Milwaukee Rep Announces Latest Pay-What-You-Can Performances

    If you’re looking for an affordable way to see some great live theater, Milwaukee Repertory Theater offers Pay What You Can for select performances, you literally pay what you can afford for the ticket. (A minimum donation of $5.00 is suggested.) Tickets go on sale at 5:30 on the day of the Pay What You […]

  • Keep your neighborhood beautiful

    Participate in MKE County park clean-up

      (Milwaukee, WI) – Volunteers both young and old, as well as families, youth groups, schools, businesses and churches are invited to take part in the Keep America Beautiful 2009 Great American Cleanup, with the official Community Cleanup Day kick-off event starting on April 18 from 9am to noon at Gordon Park, 1321 E. Locust […]

  • Help the arts! Help UPAF!

    ThirdCoast Digest and VITAL Source have remained committed to the arts in Milwaukee for the entire eight years we’ve been doing this, and we’ve had the tremendous pleasure to watch the arts community grow and thrive. But any conversation about the health of arts in Milwaukee MUST include discussion of the United Performing Arts Fund. […]

  • Badger Middle School Tour Scheduled for Thursday

    If you’re interested... West Bend School District residents will have a second opportunity to take a tour of Badger Middle School.   The district has announced that a second tour will take place on Thursday at 7 p.m.   Badger Middle, 710 S. Main St., previously hosted a breakfast presentation, tour and question-and-answer session on March 20 as part of the district’s seven community open houses in conjunction with the two-question, $68.8 million referendum scheduled for the spring ballot on Tuesday, April 7.   This event will be a tour-only for those residents who were unable to make the first open house.   “We had several requests for some additional tour time,” West Bend Superintendent Patricia Herdrich said. “(Principal) Ted (Neitzke) has an event (parent-teacher conferences) going on that evening, and he said he would be happy to host tours in conjunction with that event.”   Residents interested finding out more about the tour should contact the district’s public information coordinator, Amy Swanson, at 335-5459.

  • Milwaukee Film announces 2009 Milwaukee Film Festival!

    And now … the news you’ve all been waiting for … with a brand-new logo to boot. So exciting! – Ed. Milwaukee Film, the new and independent organization dedicated to presenting Milwaukee’s premier film festival, is proud to announce the dates and a call for entries for its 2009 Milwaukee Film Festival. Running September 24 […]

  • Choreographers vie for top spot in Milwaukee Ballet’s “Genesis”

    Next month, three choreographers will get a unique opportunity to showcase their work during Milwaukee Ballet’s third international choreographic competition, Genesis: Choreography for the Next Generation, March 26-29. Held every other year, the competition demonstrates Milwaukee Ballet’s continued commitment to generating new and innovative works. While ballets internationally often follow the same model, Milwaukee Ballet […]