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Theater
Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014

Ghouls onstage at Theatre Unchained

Charles Addams never could have imagined the franchise he was creating when he first began sketching a tight-knit family of ghoulish eccentrics for The New Yorker. Since those earliest comics
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On Music
Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014
Milwaukee doesn't let go of its New Year's Eve traditions easily—just ask the Harlem Globetrotters or Jim Gaffigan—so this news shouldn't surprise anybody: The Get Down will return for another Dec. 31 at the Turner Hall Ballroom. The NYE installment of the local funk/soul spin has been a hot ticket in recent years, regularly selling out. This year tickets will be available in two packages: an ...
A&E Feature
Thursday, Sept. 11, 2014
Though many artists will always prefer the climate-controlled convenience of the studio, a growing number of painters are taking their canvases outdoors. Credit the rising popularity of plein air painting in part to the old-fashioned allure of nature—there’s just something romantic about the notion of setting up an easel
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On Music
Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2014
In case anybody was beginning to doubt Nickelodeon's star-making power, former network regular Ariana Grande has broken out of the tween bubble over the last couple of years to emerge as a genuine pop star. Of course it helps that, unlike many Nickelodeon and Disney acts, she has a truly strong voice, a powerful wail and deceptively vast range that's earned her Mariah Carey comparisons, letting he...