Milwaukee's amazing stretch of mild, beautiful fall weather looks to stretch into this weekend, which is welcome news for those attending Milwaukee's Oktoberfest celebration at Pere Marquette this weekend.
The event—which will feature a beer garden with music and food including baked pretzels, bratwurst, wieners and pork sandwiches—runs noon - 11 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 4 and Saturday, Oct...
FM 102.1's annual Big Snow Show at the Rave will become a two-night event this year, with an internationally minded lineup featuring headliners from France, England and Sweden. France bliss-pop stars Phoenix, fresh from headline billing at the Coachella and Lollapalooza music festivals this summer, will top FM 102.1's bill on Thursday, Dec. 12, supported by U.K. buzz band Alt-J and the shouty indi...
The self-proclaimed least popular member of the comedy troupe Kids in the Hall, Kevin McDonald will teach a two-day comedy writing workshop at ComedySportz Milwaukee on Nov. 16 and 17. McDonald, who has appeared on more than a dozen sitcoms and a long list of movies and cartoons, has recently been touring America and Canada behind a workshop that teaches students to turn improvisational comedy int...
in 2009 by Hudson, Wis., resident Todd Bol, Little Free Libraries are boxes
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This week Cher will release her first album in 12 years, the dance-minded Closer To The Truth, which includes the Paul Oakenfold-produced single "Woman's World." This morning the BMO Harris Bradley Center announced that the singer's "Dressed To Kill" tour in support of that album will take her back to Milwaukee for her first performance here in more than a half decade.
Audio and Braille Literacy Enhancement (ABLE), an
almost entirely volunteer-run nonprofit, has been providing people who are
blind, visually impaired or print disabled alternative ways to read for the
past 48 years. “Our goal is to make sure our cu...
Later this fall, Milwaukee music ambassador Paul Cebar will mark the release of his latest album with his band Tomorrow Sound, Fine Rude Thing, at a release show at the Turner Hall Ballroom. Ahead of that Nov. 7 performance, though, you can catch the band for free, when they kick off UWM's returning MKE Unplugged series on Thursday, Sept. 19.