The racial confrontation in Amira Baraka’s 1964 is still thrilling and relevant.
A stage adaptation of It’s a Wonderful Life, set in a radio studio, is all about the right voices and sound effects.
The classic Milwaukee sausage is paired with Old Milwaukee Rye Bread. Delicious. And nutritious.
Other than the beer selection, it’s a drab, deflating place. The good news it will soon be replaced.
Conductor Paul Goodwin promises a very fresh, dance-like version of Handel’s famous oratorio.
For more than two decades, Latino Arts, Inc. has brought great artists from Latin America, Spain and other Spanish-speaking areas to Milwaukee.
Refurbished, 1929, Spanish-Moorish theater reopens December 18 with The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies.
The FUTURA EXTRA BOLD show featured great music, images of design and lots of futuristic thoughts.
The author and comedian best known for his role in ‘Breaking Bad” reinvented -- hilariously -- the traditional author reading.
The 88th annual downtown parade lit up a gloomy weekend, as our photos attest.
Man-about-town Michael Horne captures and comments on the scene, with photos, of course.
Acclaimed production captures love affair tested by Civil War. Our photos capture the action.
The beer and music flowed and there was a great turnout, all captured in our photos.
The Louvin Brothers’ harmonies led the way to the Everly Brothers and Beatles.
The death of Ruffin reminds us of how central his artistry was to the success of Motown.
Whether you’re buying for friends or family, young or old, there’s a great book to buy for them.
If you’ve never read her, Atwood’s wonderful new book of short stories is a great place to start.
Yes, its magical, but it’s the dancers’ unreal athleticism that makes the show go.
A primer on the drag scene. And vote for your favorite drag queen!
Four easy steps to “greening” your life before you even get dressed
It was $54 for king crab legs, and worth every penny.
K2 Restaurant, named after the huge mountain in Pakistan, will open around Christmas.
The Milwaukee illustrator creates playful fantasies that have been exhibited in New York, L.A., England and Germany
The Milwaukee band’s sleaze-riffic new album, Ice Cream, marries glam rock, punk and B movie themes. Yep, it’s fun.
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