Arts & Entertainment
ThreadsJul 31st, 2010 by Emily Thungkaew
The hit AMC series reawakened our love for retro 60s styles. Parlay these trends into your wardrobe and you'll make men go mad.
Deep-Fried RomanticJul 30th, 2010 by Brian Jacobson
Does anybody remember the days when tables of homemade food went on without end? Because it sure doesn't happen now.
Jul 29th, 2010 by Joey Morgan
This weekend, Milwaukee upholds its reputation as both The Brew City and The City of Festivals with a festival of brews.
Jul 28th, 2010 by Will Durst
What is wrong with the GOP? They must see that reinforcing their stereotype as the Party Of The Rich is not a good idea. Or maybe not.
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.
View from the Waiting RoomJul 26th, 2010 by Julie Sneider
The new Centering Pregnancy site within the Sixteenth Street Community Health Center is at the forefront of health care system reform.
Jul 25th, 2010 by Patti Wenzel
Art Institute of Milwaukee -- a for-profit college -- is coming to town, but students and parents need to look at all the facts and benefits before picking a school.
ThreadsJul 24th, 2010 by Annie Vihtelic
What is it about certain things that we emotionally connect with? It seems my tightest bonds with material things were formed at young age. Not because of a label or inflated price tag, but because I loved it.
Jul 23rd, 2010 by Chris Beem
A now-infamous campaign ad by State Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman damaged the Court's reputation. Former Justice Janine Geske on how things went so wrong.
Jul 22nd, 2010 by Erin Petersen
What are these rusty fans doing on the corner of 1st and Pittsburgh, and better yet, what is the Milwaukee Art Reform Syndicate?
Ride OnJul 20th, 2010 by Erin Petersen
The proposed plan would add over 300 miles of bicycle infrastructure to the city, making the streets safer and more accessible to cyclists. TCD talks to the Bike Fed's Kevin Luecke about his vision for a bike-friendly Milwaukee.
View from the Waiting RoomJul 19th, 2010 by Julie Sneider
Wisconsin is ahead of many other states in putting the new federal health care reform law to work.