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Monday, Jan. 23, 2012
James Weber's recent paintings and linocuts will be on display through March 3 at Grava Gallery in the Third Ward's Marshall Building. I cruised adjacent venues on floor one (Elaine Erickson Gallery and Cranston) to see earlier examples of his paintings...
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Sunday, Oct. 16, 2011

Villard Square Library Opens

There was much to march and cheer about on Oct.15, when a parade came drumming up Villard Avenue to celebrate the grand opening of the Villard Square Library, 5190 N. 35th St. A sparkling package assembled from various financial sources...
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Friday, Sept. 2, 2011

Marking the Spot at Anaba

“Anaba,” is the Japanese noun for a little-known but pleasing spot, and, certainly, to sip tea in a room with that name is pleasant experience. The art on the walls at Shorewood's Anaba Tea Room (2107 E. Capitol Dr.) calls for lingering awhile beneath a lush...
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Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2011

Art Review

Brady Street's Point of Inspiration By Judith Ann Moriarty They met in 1998 and wed in 2003. Mary Ellen McCormack and Mike Mervis' shared love of gardening, and faith in the Brady Street...
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Monday, July 25, 2011

Art Review

Stanley Ryan Jones has mounted three shows in hip Bay View, and what's hipper than exhibiting at Café Lulu, Bar Lulu, and to the north (starting Sept.1) at Hi-Fi Café. Since 1975 he's dodged the art scene radar, but folks...
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Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Art Review

You'd be wrong to blast to West Bend on the expressway, for on a summer day there's nothing better than Paradise Drive north of Grafton to head you west to where the river bends. It is 75 and sunny the day I enter Riverside Park (700 E. Kilbourn Ave., West Bend). The narrow trails are dotted with a...

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