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07.07.2014 | 15 days ago | Posted at 10:00 PM
By Evan Rytlewski
The 2014 Brady Street Festival is just around the corner, and this week the festival revealed the  lineups for its four stages. As always, there's a wealth of local music on the bill—including Kane Place Record Club, Midnight Reruns, Grace Weber, The Sleepwalkers, Soul Low and The Living Statues—but the big news is the Celebrated Workingman reunion show the band hinted at when it released...
07.07.2014 | 15 days ago | Posted at 02:40 PM

Let the activation commence

By Evan Rytlewski
As part of its ongoing campaign to put West Wisconsin Avenue to better use—to "activate" the area, in Millennial marketing parlance—NEWaukee will host a monthly night market in the empty Moiré Pavilion parking lot on Wisconsin Avenue between 4th and 5th streets. The market, NEWaukee promises, will feature "a mash up of art and craft vendors, technology installations, food trucks/carts, live ...
07.02.2014 | 20 days ago | Posted at 04:58 PM
By Norman Ware
The Wehr Nature Center’s family-friendly “Fireside Fridays” programs will return this summer. The nature center, located at 9701 W. College Ave. in Whitnall Park, will host three installments of the twilight-themed educational programs, with the first beginning July 11. Each is two hours long and begins at 7:30 p.m., includes a walk through the nature center, and closes with a conversation a...
06.29.2014 | 24 days ago | Posted at 03:17 AM
By Russ Bickerstaff
Personally I’m going to miss one of the smallest stages in town. The Boulevard Theatre on South  Kinnickinnic Avenue was perilously small. Audience members would pass through the set on their way to the tiny restroom. Even at the back wall of the stage the actors were very, very close to the back row. It wasn’t just that the stage was small... it was the layout of the seating, which surro...
06.04.2014 | 48 days ago | Posted at 02:50 PM

Yoga and shopping return to Cathedral Square Park

By Nathaniel Scharping
Saturday mornings in Milwaukee offer a bounty of options for entertainment and events. This year, you’ll be able to combine your shopping trip, workout and meal with some free music thrown in. The East Town Market in Cathedral Square Park is expanding its offerings to include yoga sessions, cooking demonstrations, live music and more. Taking place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. each Saturday, proceeds ...
06.02.2014 | 51 days ago | Posted at 08:00 AM
By Nathaniel Scharping
It used to be that we went to the beer garden. This summer, it seems the beer garden is coming to us. The Milwaukee County Parks Department recently announced the addition of a traveling beer garden to the two already operating in the county. Opening Wednesday, June 4 at 4 p.m. in Whitnall Park, the beer garden will remain in a given location for two weeks before moving on to the next one.The fir...
05.29.2014 | 54 days ago | Posted at 03:00 PM

With Bret Michaels, Three Dog Night and Plain White T's

By Evan Rytlewski
German Fest is trying something a little bit different this year. This July the festival will experiment with a separate, ticketed concert series at the BMO Harris Pavilion, similar to how Summerfest hosts separate ticketed concerts at the Marcus Amphitheater. The festival's new Jams on Tap concert series will feature Bret Michaels, The Plain White T's and Three Dog Night in prime evening slots, a...
05.28.2014 | 55 days ago | Posted at 04:00 PM
By Shepherd Express Staff
Earlier this month Summerfest announced the headliners for its Milwaukee-centric KNE (K-Nation Entertainment) New Music Stage, co-sponsored by the Shepherd Express and WMSE. Today the promoters have revealed the full daily lineups for the stage, which adds dozens of local mainstays including The Sleepwalkers, The Royal, The Belle Weather and Herman Astro to the schedule.The complete daily lineups ...
05.11.2014 | 73 days ago | Posted at 03:49 AM
By Russ Bickerstaff
After carefully considering what it will present as its 2014/2015 season, Co-Operative Performance Milwaukee has announced a really interesting series of four plays.In September, the group opens its production of Chekov’s The Seagull, which also appears on the upcoming American Players Theatre season this coming summer. It’s a very haunting drama that should play well in an intimate performanc...

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