Plus a new mini-bowling joint that serves pizza, all in one sprawling suburb!
Comedian Maria Bamford is slaying audiences with painfully honest jokes. She performs Wednesday night at Turner Hall.
They mix country, Latin, pop and even vaudeville. They play two shows at Northern Lights Theater.
A slightly paranoid classic from Dan Hicks, whose deadpan style can be funny or serious as hell.
Rio Turbo really likes to rile up the audience. The party reconvenes Saturday night at Linneman’s.
No they’re not quite Pink Floyd, but they still left me somewhere on the dark side of the moon.
Sell-out crowd at Pabst gets to hear a great mix of its old and new songs.
It's a bar, restaurant, music club and a place that still serves as an Italian Mutual Aid Society.
Owner Mike Eitel opened it in 1995, assuming he'd fail and go back to pursue his Ph.D. Bad prediction.
The first place opened by tavern titan R.C. Schmidt offers cheap drinks and tattered charm in a magnificently overbuilt steel structure.
Dive-bar exterior obscures remarkable selection of micro-beers and countless liquors you may never have tried.
14-year-old Millie Small brought Jamaican rhythms to America in 1964 with this infectious hit.
The bar on 50th and Vliet offers free shuttle bus to games, along with Happy Hour deals.
High quality micro-brews and spirits are half-off for two hours every weekday.
Milwaukee Ballet resets the work in a Jewish town during WWII and the results are stunning.
Robin Jebavy’s large, still life paintings are showy, but how much is below the surface?
Bel Canto and supporting players take on Bach’s huge St. Matthew Passion for an appreciative crowd.
Joined by Milwaukee Chamber Orchestra, the Bel Canto takes on Bach's mighty "St. Matthew Passion," last performed in the 1940s.
A fine place on a sunny day for breakfast or lunch, or later fare as the street lights of Downtown come up.
The small, simply designed place has some 150 offerings on its menu, including a number of Sushi items.
UWM professor is a Native American who brings a unique perspective to his art.
The Racine guitar wizard is winning acclaim from heavy metal fans and performers.
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