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02.05.2013 | | Posted at 07:01 PM

Latino Arts Presents Luz Angela Crawford

By Peggy Sue
Primitive aesthetics applied to 21st century ceramics travel to Milwaukee's Latino Arts, Inc. at the United Community Center in an exhibition titled: “Contemporary Inspirations from Ancient South American Pottery.” Artist Luz Angela Crawford displays more than 20 examples of her hand built vessels set on wooden platforms in the gallery so the viewer can study them closely.   Crawford, a ...
Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2013

Danceworks teaches Milwaukee to move

 “Serendipity” is the title of the new Danceworks Performance Company opening this weekend at their user-friendly studio on North Water Street. Happy accidents certainly occur in the development of artworks and institutions, but the success of Danceworks, now in its twentieth year
Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2012

Reflections on Milwaukee’s art scene

Put “The” in front of “Milwaukee Art Scene” and it takes on a new glow, but what (and where) is this golden place? In the 1980s, was it in Walker’s Point, along with Art Muscle magazine and the new Walker’s Point
Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2012

A trio of exhibitions at Milwaukee galleries

 This December, a trio of fascinating exhibitions will arrive in Milwaukee. First, Latino Arts, Inc. presents Luz Angela Crawford’s exhibition “Contemporary Inspirations from Ancient South American Pottery.” A Columbia
Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2009

Tonight @ UWM Union Theatre, 7 p.m.

Thanks to Eric Schlosser’s revelatory 2001 book Fast Food Nation, we know all about the horrors of drive-thru food. It’s in the same spirit that the Schlosser-co-penned documentary Food, Inc. exposes...
Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2009
To understand just how twisted our nation’s gun laws are, all you have to do is look at an Internet gun sales operation in Green Bay, Wis., providing deadly weapons and accessories to mass murderers throughout the nation. Mass Murders R Us isn’t really the name of the online gun...
Thursday, July 16, 2009

Robert Kenner exposes a toxic chain of consumption

Philip K. Dick, an author of unsettling science fiction, wrote of fearsome systems behind the placid surfaces of our world and mechanisms of control as invisible as ghosts. But even Dick, who died in 1982, never imagined the horror of agribusiness and its hidden influence across the globe. Since the '70s, the food we've been eating isn't the same as before, deceptively similar appearances aside, and the consequences are dire.
Friday, June 12, 2009

Celebrate the Arts! Celebrate the Culture!

Don’t be fooled, this very small and intimate gallery holds a great variety of Latino culture and paintings. Latino Arts, Inc. has a variety of programs and performances that bring out the culture of this South Side Milwaukee center. There are opportunities for classroom field trips, attending event performances, and viewing the gallery.
04.15.2009 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Peggy Sue
          Interior Systems, Inc., now located on the sixth floor of 241 North Broadway, grew into the 'greatest d�cor and seating company in the world' because owner Lindsey Bovinet imagined his dream. Beginning in 1979 with Bovinet's $500 that he invested in the business after college, ISI now designs and manufactures furniture for restaurants, retail and educational markets⎯...

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