Co-producer Bridges plays the Giver of memories in a highly controlled future era that’s a drag for teens.
Picture postcard views of Italy set the scene for two comically bantering buddies.
A neighborhood bar in search of a neighborhood, the one-time hangout for American Motors workers opens 6 a.m. but closes by dinner time.
Turkish-American composer Kamran Ince has a long association with Milwaukee. Present Music presents an all-Ince show Saturday.
Dionne Warwick’s memorable version of the Bacharach and David song is the perfect theme song for a troubled world.
The Pacific Northwest duo have reunited -- yet again -- playing their dark folk music at the Cactus Club.
Famed music venue, 37 years old, nation’s second largest amphitheater, has hit hard times.
The second act of Nick Lowe’s career is producing great songs with adult themes.
A new Spanish Civil War-era spy novel from Alan Furst transports readers to a simpler time…when no one can be trusted.
Cristina Henriquez’s new novel offers poignant stories of newcomers and those who resent them.
Willie Nelson & Family sell out two nights in a week that includes metal-influenced Spanish guitar (Rodrigo y Gabriela) and a 19-member collective (The Polyphonic Spree).
Our photos capture everything the fair has to offer, including pig races, cream puffs and plenty of people.
The annual Lynden Sculpture Garden party draws lots of notables and raises money to maintain its fantastic works of art.
The impact and membership of the Museum of Wisconsin Art is growing ever greater.
A new photo exhibit in Riverwest challenges our obsession with technology and calls for a deeper bond with nature.
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 restaurant’s food is creative, but uneven, another critic finds.
Sunday’s fundraiser for the Fondy Farmer’s Market was a memorable salute to local food.
Prepare to laugh. Pink Banana returns with with its festival of one-act plays.
Ever-busy Conor Oberst, the Safes and the Monkees come to town.
Formed in Madison, now based in Milwaukee, the band specializes in what its members have dubbed “Angry Bubblegum” music.
The Green Bay native is hoping to shake up the Milwaukee art scene.
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