Arts & Entertainment
Jul 23rd, 2012 by Brian Jacobson
The idea was to soak in Hayward, Wisconsin's "Musky Fest," a celebration of the idyllic northwoods, but what our TCD contributor got was a renewal of the spirit.
Moving Pictures ReviewJul 20th, 2012 by Mark Metcalf
With a stunning performance by Quvenzhane Wallis, "Beasts of the Southern Wild" achieves greatness. "See it now before they become legends," says Mark Metcalf.
Jul 18th, 2012 by Sahan Jayasuriya
ComedySportz continues to innovate with T.I.M. (The Improvised Musical). The improv group celebrates T.I.M.'s successful first year on Thursday night.
Wild Space 25thJun 21st, 2012 by Tom Strini
Dancers spanning the 25-year history of Debra Loewen's company gather for a celebratory concert at Turner Hall Saturday.
Jun 16th, 2012 by Tom Strini
Michael Daugherty's "Labyrinth of Love" is a big hit at its premiere, and Robin Pluer never sounded better.
Apr 23rd, 2012 by Christina Wright
UPDATED! Festival season is in full swing, and TCD has your comprehensive, up-to-date guide to get out there and celebrate.
Apr 21st, 2012 by Ted Bobrow
An enthusiastic audience welcomed the career singer-songwriter, who performed songs made famous by himself and others over 40 years.
Apr 12th, 2012 by Jennifer Reinke
Farmers markets are sprouting up all over southeastern Wisconsin, and TCD has your comprehensive guide to plan a season of healthful, flavorful, local eating.
True BlueApr 10th, 2012 by Dan Shafer
Rickie Weeks is yet to play a full season at an All-Star level. So why does Dan Shafer think he's among the best in baseball?
Milwaukee RepApr 8th, 2012 by Tom Strini
Gerard Neugent makes an ingratiating devil of an Iago, amid a Venetian militia recast as a modern biker gang.
ThreadsApr 7th, 2012 by Bonnie Bielefeld
Bonnie Bielefeld of Bieg Boutique in Waukesha has tips for fuller figure fashion, and she's offering 15 percent off at the Boutique if you mention this article!
True BlueMar 30th, 2012 by Dan Shafer
There is hope for the 2012 Milwaukee Brewers, and we have Shyam Das, who cast the deciding vote in Ryan Braun's appeal, to thank.