Can Bo Triplex Make His Mark?

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

Milwaukee Day Will Have Great Music

April 14 (414) will feature good food and beer and a line-up of great bands.

Steve Winwood Can Still Thrill

Longtime rocker comes to Riverside. And James Hunter comes to Northern Lights.

“I’m Not Thinking At All About Suicide”

Comedian Maria Bamford is slaying audiences with painfully honest jokes. She performs Wednesday night at Turner Hall.

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Duke’s and Scooter’s Are Both Bargains

The co-joined bars at 150-8 E. Juneau share a building from 1876 and boast the cheapest prices on Water Street.

Zad’s Is a Relic of Old Milwaukee

Working-class bar with more than a century of history still opens at 6 a.m. You can feel the ghosts of its rooming-house era.

Club Garibaldi’s Very Italian Roots

It's a bar, restaurant, music club and a place that still serves as an Italian Mutual Aid Society.

The Nomad Celebrates 20th Anniversary

Owner Mike Eitel opened it in 1995, assuming he'd fail and go back to pursue his Ph.D. Bad prediction.

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The Rascals’ “See”

Once known as the Young Rascals, the band was always tight and soulful, even in this “psychedelic” song.

“Come Softly To Me”

The Fleetwoods soft rock ‘50s classic is somehow ethereal yet slightly chilling.

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McBob’s Has Good Deals, Great Corned Beef

Classic west side bar has a diverse clientele and morning and afternoon happy hours.

Vanguard Pairs Great Sausages and Drinks

Yet it has no official happy hour. But they do have drink specials so you can create your own good time.

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Brahms, Haydn and… Daron Hagen

The Prometheus Trio performs three great works, one by rising Milwaukee composer Daron Hagen.

We Love The Tango

A concert of tango music by great composers like PIazzolla and Albeniz features some of the city's top instrumentalists.

Jeeves Takes One Last Bow

The Chamber Theatre continues its popular Jeeves comedies, as the perfect butler and star Matt Daniels return again.

“Astonishing English Five-Part Polyphony”

The Boston-based group Blue Heron, performing Saturday, specializes in the "poetically sublime" music of 15th and 16th century England.

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Hom, Home on the Range

The Bayshore restaurant Hom has wood-fire grilled food and a North Woods atmosphere. It’s a very comforting place.

Meraki, the Wildest Menu in Town?

The Walker’s Point restaurant is worth visiting just to read the menu. The food is pretty good, too.

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Brahms, Haydn and… Daron Hagen

The Prometheus Trio performs three great works, one by rising Milwaukee composer Daron Hagen.

We Love The Tango

A concert of tango music by great composers like PIazzolla and Albeniz features some of the city's top instrumentalists.

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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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