For some Milwaukeeans, Racine is simply a name on a few road
signs during the drive from Milwaukee to Chicago. But the little city of about
80,000 begs to be seen, and with the arrival of First Fridays and other events,
now might be the perfect
In his biennial state budget, Gov. Scott Walker is proposing to set up
an unelected, unaccountable charter school board that could establish local
charter school boards around the state; these schools would be funded with
The opening of the “Watercolor
Wisconsin 2012” exhibition was a watery affair in more ways than one. Outside
the grand old house, known in Racine as the Charles A. Wustum Museum of Fine
Arts, water poured from grey skies
For its latest concert, the Racine
Symphony Orchestra presents an all-Beethoven program. Artistic Director
Pasquale Laurino welcomes violinist Sharan Leventhal for a performance of the
brilliant Violin Concerto...
Since 1979, Racine's Wustum Museum has sponsored the triennial “Wisconsin Photography” exhibition. Considered a portfolio review for state artists, the exhibition allows each artist to submit up to 10 prints for this prestigious show...
Historic Downtown Waukesha celebrates its rock 'n' roll legacy with “The Les Paul Guitar Crawl” on Aug. 4. After being chosen as a Gibson GuitarTown along with Austin, Texas, Nashville, Tenn., Los Angeles, Miami and London...
There's a kind of romantic notion of ink on paper . . . kind of a personal connection between thoughts, ideas and words that has an enduring sanctity. Based on an actual discovery, Racine native Barbara Tylla's The Cedar Chest Letters tells the story of a bunch of thoughts that had been painstakingly packed away in an attic. Actual family letters were found in an old chest that told an old f...
The non-profit Milwaukee Achiever Literacy Services provides education for functionally illiterate adults who want to advance their general knowledge, learn English or prepare for a General Education Development (GED)...