26 years after he first performed in it, McGivern is again the lead in Shear Madness, and loving every minute of it.
The 1885 building on 21st and Wells is sagging, but venerable old bar attracts “Jeopardy!” and trivia lovers.
Featuring the “best chef in the Midwest,” its food is exquisite yet reasonably priced.
UWM offers two concerts of all-new works, including one featuring the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra.
Wagner’s powerful score and ghostly tale will boost a strong cast in Florentine production.
The longtime “Daily Show” humorist offered a Turner Hall show, most of which might have played better at a Yale reunion.
British electro-rockers bring big sound to the Pabst Group’s first production at the old Auditorium.
The late Lou Whitney and his band The Skeletons, were American classics.
The Milwaukee band’s sleaze-riffic new album, Ice Cream, marries glam rock, punk and B movie themes. Yep, it’s fun.
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.
It was a slice of DIY heaven, as attendees could get lessons in 3-D printing, blacksmithing, wooden bowl making and robotics.
The Shangri-Las ‘60s hit remains a classic of honest teen emotions.
The final part of Lev Grossman’s epic trilogy is worth your attention, even if you missed the first two.
Frog Music offers a murder mystery -- and a gritty historical narrative -- set in Frisco in 1876.
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
The tiny restaurant on KK has succulent food and wonderful wine selections.
The Frankly Music chamber music season begins this Monday night at a new venue.
A dance obsession leads to collaborations with music superstars.
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