Tangled Up in Dylan

Memories of Bob Dylan and how the legend performed at the Riverside last night.

King of the Nerds

Chris Hardwick, the foremost nerd comedian, performs at the Pabst tonight.

Sing Along with Disney

Milwaukee Symphony Pops concert is an all-Disney concert, with music from beloved films that may get the audience singing.

Can Bo Triplex Make His Mark?

One of Milwaukee's best bassists talks about his new band and life after Kane Place Record Club.

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Steny’s Is For Sports and Wing Nuts

Chicken wings, a huge selection of beers, 17 flat screens blasting games, and super jolly crowd. What more do you want?

Thurman’s 15 is Always Dead

Metaphorically speaking only. The name celebrates the deceased Yankee, the atmosphere is heavy on the Grateful Dead, and the cozy tavern can get pretty lively.

Riverwest Public House, a People’s Paradise

It's also where you sign up for the Riverwest 24 bike race on May 1st, so get ready to wait in line.

George’s Pub Features Singing Bartender

George is 82, sings like Johnny Cash, and takes no guff. Nor do his customers, many retired cops who probably still carry guns.

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The Thrill Is Gone

The late B.B. King got disparaged by some as an entertainer, but he was a true blues musician who will be missed.

“Let It All Hang Out”

The short-lived band, the Hombres, created this droll, slightly deranged garage rock classic in 1967.

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Wicked Hop Is A Third Ward Staple

Happy hour extends far beyond the seventh inning stretch.

Hooligan’s, Your Place for Canned Beer

Seriously, the selection is huge and the benefits of beer in cans are many, the bar menu proudly notes.

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All the Colors of the Orchestra

MSO does Beethoven, Ravel, and contemporary composer Vivian Fung, music from three different eras, and it all sparkles.

C’Mon Get Happy

Bel Canto’s Modern American Masters concert mixes modern pop, classical and other short, fun works.

A “Famously Unplayable” Masterpiece

Frank Almond and a crack crew of guest artists take on a bizarre, brilliant chamber work by Chausson.

Brahms, Beethoven and Beauty

The Philomusica String Quartet was on top of its game playing two great works.

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Victor’s Is Great for Prime Rib?

“Victims,” it turns out, is a fine place to dine.

Small Is Beautiful at The Noble

Tiny Walker’s Point restaurant offers imaginative entrees in a very laid-back atmosphere.

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C’Mon Get Happy

Bel Canto’s Modern American Masters concert mixes modern pop, classical and other short, fun works.

A “Famously Unplayable” Masterpiece

Frank Almond and a crack crew of guest artists take on a bizarre, brilliant chamber work by Chausson.

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Bernard Perley Mixes Anthropology and Art

UWM professor is a Native American who brings a unique perspective to his art.

The Rise of Guitarist Brock Betz

The Racine guitar wizard is winning acclaim from heavy metal fans and performers.

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