Frankly Music opens season brilliantly with two of Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos.
Rep’s version of musical is splashy, flashy audience pleaser, but lacks depth.
It was a slice of DIY heaven, as attendees could get lessons in 3-D printing, blacksmithing, wooden bowl making and robotics.
An interview with Joe Angio, Marquette grad and director of a new film about the British cult band The Mekons.
‘80s synth-pop band comes to town. As do the Wood Brothers, Braid and Warpaint.
Reporting on a great opening weekend and five films I saw. Which are worth your time?
The pop sensation closes out Milwaukee’s outdoor music season in style.
On Sunday, the Horny Goat held the Milwaukee Cocktail Week Tailgate Kickoff. Our photos capture the spirit of the event.
A day of music from Argentina, China, Appalachia, Trinidad and Sierra Leone in picturesque Humboldt Park.
This weekend, the Bay View Bash closed out Milwaukee's festival season. Our photos capture the fun.
Six songs with built In music lessons.
This epic song was a failure for producer Phil Spector, and sent his career into a tailspin.
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.
The Frankly Music chamber music season begins this Monday night at a new venue.
The exhibition is a thoughtful revival of one women's clothing designs, and her efforts to escape persecution from the Nazis.
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
Two new restaurants and a new food truck opening.
In Tandem prepares to stage a fresh interpretation of the Tennessee Williams classic.
A dance obsession leads to collaborations with music superstars.
Formed in Madison, now based in Milwaukee, the band specializes in what its members have dubbed “Angry Bubblegum” music.
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