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Wednesday, March 31, 2010
April 3 marks the re-opening of A Broad Vocabulary, Milwaukee's feminist bookstore recently. Closed since November 2008, this spring brings a new space on the East Side, a new ownership structure, new ideas, and new...
Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2009

This Week in Milwaukee

Thursday, Feb. 26, The Milwaukee Music Awards @ Mad Planet, 8 p.m. Since re-launching as RadioMilwaukee two years ago, WYMS 88.9 has made a concerted effort to advance Milwaukee music— not by opening its doors to all local artists, but by showcasing the work of a chosen few, granting them the constant exposure...
Saturday, Nov. 29, 2008

Plus Heroes and Jerks of the Week

The literary community was saddened by last week’s news that Broad Vocabulary bookstore would be closing for good at month’s end. Owned by Jennifer Morales and Tina Owen, the enterprise fell victim to big-box media stores and online sellers. Happily, a community group is organizing to save one of Milwaukee's...
Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Tonight @ Broad Vocabulary - 5 p.m.

Book clubs are the opiate of the masses. No, wait—that’s religion. Book clubs are awesome. Tonight the Young Comunist League hosts its monthly Marxist Book Club at Broad Vocabulary at 5 p.m.
Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Tonight @ Broad Vocabulary - 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM

Forget about Literati, Scabulous and the countless other online rip-offs of Scrabble. Instead, play the word game the old-fashioned way: face to face. Tonight from 5:30 – 8 p.m., Broad Vocabulary bookstore in Bay View hosts one of its regular Scrabble Nights.
Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2008

Tonight @ Broad Vocabulary - 8:00 PM

Broad Vocabulary, Bay View’s feminist bookstore, hosts an 8 p.m. performance from Boston’s Julie Loyd, a political, acoustic songstress in the spirit of Ani DiFranco and Shawn Colvin. Loyd’s latest release is the 2006’s live disc All That You Ask For, which she is promoting with a tour documentary called Being . . .
Monday, Feb. 18, 2008

Tonight @ Broad Vocabulary - 6:00 PM

When activist/musician/teacher Jessica Mills became pregnant, she was struck by the lack of mainstream parenting literature that spoke to her own subculture where, as she puts it, “politics intersects with parenting,” so she decided to write one of her own. Tonight at 6 p.m. Mills comes to Bay View’s feminist . . .

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