PODCASTJul 22nd, 2010 by Mark Metcalf
Must a poem always follow traditional forms? Or can it evolve and free itself from the page to become something else entirely?
PODCASTJul 15th, 2010 by Mark Metcalf
What makes a poem different than a story? Jennifer L. Knox likes to think of poems as narratives with all extemporaneous detail sucked out -- like air out of a vacuum bag.
PODCASTJul 8th, 2010 by Mark Metcalf
As the creators of Bittercube, Nick Kosevich and Ira Koplowitz have taken cocktailing to another level and parlayed their collective expertise into an intriguing business venture.
PODCASTJul 1st, 2010 by Mark Metcalf
Recipe for a good bartender: combine equal parts wit, product knowledge, sincerity and professionalism. Stir. Garnish with a smile.
PODCASTJun 24th, 2010 by Mark Metcalf
Robert Biermann has been in the hospitality business for 30 years, serving up beers, shots and the occasional bit of everyday wisdom.
PODCASTJun 17th, 2010 by Mark Metcalf
Mixologist, bar chef, bartender.Call him whatever you like, but for Chad Doll of Bryant's it's always customers before cocktails.
PODCASTJun 10th, 2010 by Mark Metcalf
Backstage begins a new series exploring the emergence of craft cocktailing in Milwaukee's bar scene.
PODCASTJun 3rd, 2010 by Mark Metcalf
Backstage wraps its focus on visual artists with painter and Milwaukee native Gregory Klassen.
PODCASTMay 27th, 2010 by Mark Metcalf
What happens when a bunch of "artists, musicians, engineers, derelicts, politicians, activists, noise makers and rejects of contemporary culture" start an art and music collective? DIY magic, that's what.
PODCASTMay 20th, 2010 by Mark Metcalf
For kathryn e. martin, creating art is not (and will never be) a "job" -- it's a compulsion
PODCASTMay 19th, 2010 by Mark Metcalf
Local filmmaker Drew Rosas' first feature, an 80s hipster slasher/comedy, opens tomorrow night at the Oriental
PODCASTMay 13th, 2010 by Mark Metcalf
One self portrait every day, for ten years (and one day). You can do the math.