Guides

  • MKE This Week

    May brings new music, dance and theater

    Figaro at the Florentine, Arlo Guthrie in South Milwaukee, Springdances at UWM, an Irish play at the Irish Center, and it's almost Ride Your Bike to Work Week.

  • MKE This Week

    Award-winners and stars abound

    The Rep hosts a tribute to Janis Joplin, Windfall performs a Sondheim classic, the MSO features a visiting violinist, and two Skylight favorites host a cabaret-esque show.

  • MKE This Week

    Curtains up across the city

    "Catch Me If You Can" flies into Marcus Center, In Tandem revives "Apartment 3A," more from the Alchemist's Year of Fear and Danceworks re-imagines "Facade."

  • TCD Art Date

    Kat’s Great Big Gallery Night Guide

    It's Gallery Night, and there are a lot of new art shows and one-night-only happenings. Where to go and what to see? TCD's Kat Murrell has you covered – now with updated suggestions from Jessica Sattell.

  • MKE This Week

    Galleries Galore

    Spring Gallery Night is the big arts event of the week, but don't neglect new shows at the Marcus Center, Quasimondo, Wisconsin Conservatory and Alverno Presents.

  • TCD’s Guide to Museums and Galleries

    Enjoy Milwaukee's near-endless art opportunities, with Kat Murrell's Museums & Galleries Guide. Now updated for Spring 2013 Gallery Night and Day!

  • MKE This Week

    Spring, and art, is in the air

    The Milwaukee Ballet presents its Spring Series, Rufus Wainwright visits the Pabst, the Milwaukee Choral Artists say goodbye and Jeeves returns to Milwaukee Chamber Theatre.

  • TCD Art Date

    Circle Saturday on your calendar

    Saturday: Museum of Wisconsin Art -- MOWA -- opens, Milwaukee Art Museum unveils 125th anniversary exhibit, WPCA hosts a fashion show for Kelvin Haydon.

  • Third Coast Digest 2012-13 Performing Arts Guide

    From music to dance to theater and beyond, we map out the Milwaukee arts season that lies ahead, with extensive coverage of the city's company schedules.

  • Wearin’ of the green

    Concerns about value and cutting carbon footprints bring new focus to resale shops.

  • What’s Happening

    June 15-21

    This week in Milwaukee: Movies on the Patio, WUWM discusses race relations in the city, summer festivals and Father's Day fun.

  • 2009 Farmer’s Market Guide

    Whether you feel like taking a stroll down the street or a day trip to one of Wisconsin's charming small towns; be you in search of local honey (which might help ward off allergies), artisan soaps and skin care products, fresh-baked bread and bakery, herbs and flowers or just some fresh green beans and potatoes for dinner; even if you just go to meet your neighbors and hear some music, Wisconsin's farmers markets are a many splendor'd thing. Bookmark this page and enjoy your locally-grown summer.