Music clubs and concert venues have come and gone in Milwaukee, but every now and then, one hall comes to represent an era in the memories of music fans. When the powerful Balistrieri family opened The Scene in 1965
light of musical theater's popularity, it's kind of surprising that it's not
made fun of more often. This is where T.I.M.:
The Improvised Musical comes in.
Once per month at ComedySportz in Milwaukee, a group of talented
Printmaking will be a focus of Milwaukee’s visual arts in the months to come. Crowning the activities is the prestigious Southern Graphics Council International’s annual conference, “Print:MKE,” which is coming to the city
Filming for the web-TV show “Mediocracy” began in January and
the comedy is slated to continue its run with another webisode this upcoming January.
With help from Kickstarter and a great deal of effort from
won’t necessarily be remembered as a great one. It’s almost certain to go down
as the year the nation endured another bitter election cycle, stretches of
unusual and frequently destructive weather patterns
Although Milwaukee’s longtime
mayor, Henry Maier, cast himself as the champion of cities, no one seemed to
hate urban life more than him—unless you count his equally egregious peers in
other city halls across the U.S.
“G O T / I T (Get Out of Town/In Transition)” is the largely
tongue-in-cheek title of a dance concert by two choreographers with strong
Milwaukee ties who've just left town. Elizabeth Johnson, founder and artistic
In the accelerating privatization of public schools, taxpayer-funded
charter schools seem to have a better reputation than voucher schools because
they are linked to a public entity—typically the city, a school board
The Mitchell Park Conservatory—also known as “The Domes”—was built at Mitchell Park on Milwaukee’s west side. Mitchell Park was the earliest formally named parks in the city, and the land was purchased in 1889. The first