Playwright Steve Yockey envisions oppression as a tyrannical child ruling her toys with an iron fist. The idea has some merit. Yockey’s story, titled Cartoon, receives a staging this month courtesy of Youngblood Theatre.
Madeline Gianforte is a co-founder of CORE/El
Centro, a nonprofit, bilingual healing center in Walker’s Point offering
affordable wellness therapies to the community. A massage and Reiki
practitioner, Gianforte is also
Much has been made of the first couplet on “Ecce Homo,” the lead track on New York-based Titus Andronicus’ latest album, Local Business. “Okay, I think, by now,” rambles vocalist/guitarist Patrick Stickles
There are two Mongolian barbecue restaurants in this area. The older
restaurant, and my preferred choice, is Genghis Khan (725 N. Mayfair Road,
Wauwatosa). The barbecue is a tabletop grill topped with a metal sheet.
The Charles Allis Art Museum
presents “Wisconsin’s Own: Aaron Boyd,” an exhibition sure to delight the eye
and the imagination.
Boyd, who grew up in Milwaukee and still calls the city home, works
from a studio
The world is awash with information. For example, painter Peter Barrickman’s résumé, posted online at thegreengallery.biz, tracks his considerable national and international credentials. A 2002 BFA from
The German army is in full retreat, with
the Russians closing in on Berlin. In Milwaukee author John C. David’s
page-turning novel The Painter’s Stone,
German soldier Paul Behring is horrified by what he has seen at Auschwitz
"Taliesin is a house in three
acts," declares the preface of Building Taliesin: Frank Lloyd Wright's
Home of Love and Loss, a new book
by Madison journalist Ron McCrea that tells the fascinating story of
this famous residence