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Concert Reviews
Monday, May 28, 2012

May 27, 2012

Last night's Stylez 2012 Statements of Hair and Fashion Show was an enormous event of music, fashion and community. It featured some of the most relevant urban fashions, designers and boutiques, including the likes of Bouchard's, Rochelle&#...
Off the Cuff
Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Special-event planner David Caruso rises to the top

David Caruso’s career is the culmination of everything he’s done thus far in life. Intimately involved in theater while growing up, he went on to become the youngest editor of his high-school newspaper, and then studied visual communications and television broadcasting...
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Tuesday, Dec. 29, 2009
English teacher, performer and author Terry Gavin knows where he’s positioned these days. And with his first novel, Shaving Without a Razor, about a self-medicating, golden-child financier, he is “bound and determined to put Milwaukee on the map.”
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Wednesday, March 18, 2009
Most of us never get to work inside a think tank. Michael Zimmer, assistant professor at UW-Milwaukee’s School of Information Studies, has enjoyed that rare opportunity. The thoughts that germinated inside his recent New York University submersion have become fodder for his new approaches to teaching media...
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Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2009
Twenty years ago Tom Pilarzyk began a daily regimen of yoga and meditation as an antidote to an energy-stealing illness. Today, his health is strong and he is touring the country with a new book, Yoga Beyond Fitness, featuring an age-old philosophy and tradition that is widely spread yet sometimes misunderstood.
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Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2009
Twenty years ago Tom Pilarzyk began a daily regimen of yoga and meditation as an antidote to an energy stealing illness he suffered from. Today, his health is still good and he is touring the country with a new book titled Yoga Beyond Fitness, featuring an age-old philosophy and tradition that is both widely spread...
Off the Cuff
Thursday, Aug. 21, 2008
Fair, patient and reliable: monikers not routinely attached to politicians. In fact 7th District Alderman Willie C. Wade doesn't refer to himself using that "P" word. "An elected official" is more fitting. Wade was first elected in a special election in April 2003. He supported an ordinance in 2004 establishing a city youth council and has been vocal on issues like living arrangements for sexually violent persons, day care and liquor store zoning and the Safe Routes to School Program. He goes door-to-door,
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Wednesday, July 16, 2008
Denna Haslett is not your average aerobics instructor. In fact, she makes it her business to kick typical to the curb. At Just Classes, Haslett’s new fitness studio in Wauwatosa, she hopes that others will also buck the typical idea of what a “fit” person should look like. Haslett says she wants people to embrace their...
Concert Reviews
Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Rapper/crooner T-Pain warned the audience that his performance at The Rave would be more than just a concert: It was going to be a full-out party, he said, as he shook his head-full of blond-dipped black dreads, which were heaped into a rear ponytail. T-Pain has mastered the art of creative live oration, marrying many songs to voluptuous choruses accompanied by acoustic guitar. Last Wednesday, when he delivered his 2005 debut single, “I’m Sprung,” about the euphoric feeling of falling in love . . .

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