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07.10.2014 | | Posted at 10:23 AM

Film Version of Philip K. Dick’s Lost Novel Debuts in Milwaukee

By David Luhrssen
  Author Philip K. Dick inspired one of the most influential science-fiction films ever made, Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner. His visionary stories were also the source for Richard Linklater’s A Scanner Darkly, Paul Verhoeven’s Total Recall and Steven Spielberg’s Minority Report. Milwaukee native Elizabeth Karr produced the latest cinematic adaptation of Dick, Radio Free Alb...
Sunday, Oct. 5, 2008

Tonight @ the Riverside Theater - 8 p.m.

Alanis Morissette launched her rock career with Jagged Little Pill, one of the best selling debut albums of all time, so it’s no surprise that she’s had a difficult time topping that introduction. Subsequent albums have been released to ambivalence (and, increasingly, outright disinterest) from critics who are still more interested in learning who “You Oughta Know” was really about than hearing Morissette’s thoughts on spirituality. Morissette’s latest, however, returns the ever-burdened singer to the subject matter that made her a...
09.11.2008 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Evan Rytlewski
For weeks, the new Alanis Morissette album rotted on my desk, untouched except by sporadic co-workers who invariably picked it up to ask, "Alanis Morissette has a new album?" Morissette returns to Milwaukee on Oct. 5 for a show at the Riverside Theater. Since I never did bring myself to listen to her forgotten latest album, in lieu of interviewing Morissette, I opted to sit in on a reporter confer...
Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Today at Cascio Groove Garage

First there were the Beatles and then came the Buggs, Milwaukee's tongue-in-cheek, punk-rock tribute to the four lads from Liverpool. The Buggs' unique approach has won enthusiastic crowds at Summerfest, Bucks games and other big venues, but has placed them a little between...
Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2008

Tonight @ the Bradley Center - 7:00 PM

In the decade since Matchbox Twenty’s debut album yielded a string of big hits—“Real World,” 3 A.M.,” and “Push”—the group has dropped all pretenses of being an edgy, alternative-rock band and embraced their poppier, adult-alternative side. Their recent albums harbor no delusions about being MTV hip . . .