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Monday, April 29, 2013

James Causey’s new novel struggles with urban violence

 Twisted, a new book by Milwaukee Journal Sentinel columnist James E. Causey, is the sequel to his 2011 release The Twist. Both stories center around the young journalist Travon Brown and his struggle to make sense of an urban
Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2012
 Frankly, no one who pays any attention at all to elections really needs a daily newspaper to tell him or her how to vote
Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Plus Hero and Event of the Week

What is “fact” and what is “opinion”? Well, sometimes it depends on your point of view. Reporters for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel or The New York Times will tell you they report “facts” while the editorial board writes “opinion” pieces based, in part, on facts that appear on the news side of the paper...
Wednesday, Oct. 6, 2010
What is truth? It’s the sort of deep, philosophical question that can keep college kids arguing passionately and earnestly far into the night. One thing is clear, however, about the nature of truth in Wisconsin’s...
Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2010
Centenarian Celebration: The Zoological Society of Milwaukee (ZSM) celebrated its 100th birthday with a big blowout featuring a competition of 16 zoo-themed cakes. Judges included “Foodie-About-Town” Kyle Cherek, Dr. Robert Davis, Zoological Society CEO, MATC culinary instructors Tom LaPierre and Debra Socha, Zoo Director...
08.20.2009 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Lisa Kaiser
Try to wrap your brain around the latest op-ed from Patrick McIlheran supporting the notion that Obama wants to kill granny via his death panels. It’s a favorite topic of McIlheran’s. There’s no evidence that death panels are included in the health care reform bill. McIlheran sniffs at the numerous investigations showing that nothing even close to death panels are in the bill. ...
08.18.2009 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Lisa Kaiser
I know, I know�life�s too short to fact-check Patrick McIlheran, but somebody�s got to do it. His jaw-dropping fear-mongering in his recent column �Pity and the Public Value of Your Life� was downright scary�scary that it appeared in the pages of a mainstream newspaper that supposedly fact-checks its content. First off is his a...
12.31.1969 | | Posted at 06:00 PM
By Evan Rytlewski
It is not, to be sure, the deal of the century: The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's Web site is selling a lone ticket to the Riverside Theater's upcoming Moody Blues concert for $690.  That price would be extreme even if the Moody Blues concert were sold out—which it's not. The Riverside is still selling tickets to that concert for just $45 to $55. Also curious: The Journal Sentin...

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