Arts & Entertainment
PODCASTMar 28th, 2012 by Mark Metcalf
Mark talks with Dr. James Cameron's son Virgil and coordinator Fran Kaplan.
Mar 28th, 2012 by Dan Shafer
Shelby Keefe's legacy painting, "Reflecting on the Day," was unveiled during a warm farewell reception at the Pfister Hotel.
Mar 27th, 2012 by Phillip Martinez
B.B. King and Lucille have been wowing audiences for decades. Monday he played the second of three shows at Potawatomi.
Mar 26th, 2012 by Candace Romano
With the U.S. Supreme Court taking up the health care law this week, TCD talks with Marquette University constitutional law expert J. Gordon Hylton.
Winners & LosersMar 23rd, 2012 by Dan Shafer
Bob Uecker gets a Miller Park statue, Justice David Prosser fights ethics charges, redistricting is challenged and more in this week's Winners & Losers.
DurstMar 21st, 2012 by Will Durst
In the wake of Greg Smith's New York Times op-ed, Will Durst says we're all Muppets to the Mitt Romneys and Koch Brothers of the world.
Mar 20th, 2012 by Patti Wenzel
Mark Neumann brought a pig to the Milwaukee Press Club, and said he is the "one true conservative" of the Republicans running for U.S. Senate.
TCDIYMar 18th, 2012 by Carly Rubach
The TCD team attempts to create art where you sit for Villa Terrace's upcoming fundraiser: A Chair To Remember.
True BlueMar 16th, 2012 by Dan Shafer
Dan Shafer's "True Blue" column opens with the tale of a boy whose family was literally made possible by the Braves, plus three Brewers predictions for 2012.
ProfileMar 15th, 2012 by Ryan Findley
Fiber artist Timothy Westbrook sheds some light on plans for his year at the Pfister, from using eco-friendly techniques to a series of gowns for "Ms. Pfister."
DurstMar 13th, 2012 by Will Durst
After Super Tuesday, the Republican Party is ready to get behind their candidate and begin the long march to November. Or not.
This Week in HistoryMar 12th, 2012 by Holly Nearman
With overwhelming bipartisan support, the Wisconsin state senate passed the Mining Moratorium Bill in 1997, later signed into law by Gov. Tommy Thompson.