Last week, I led a lunchtime discussion at UW-Milwaukee for students
who are interested in becoming sexuality educators. I get questions about this
whenever I do a workshop on a college campus—people wonder how
If “Metalocalypse” co-creator Brendon Small could disabuse one notion about his Cartoon Network program, it’s that he’s lampooning metal. Sure, there are nudges and inside jokes, but the entire show is built upon
Choreographer David Parsons’ internationally renowned modern dance company will showcase its newest work, Round My World (2012), in an 8 p.m. concert Nov. 16 at the Wilson Center in Brookfield’s Mitchell Park.
Birria is a soup/stew found on the menus of many authentic Mexican
restaurants. It can be prepared with any type of meat. Most local restaurants
use goat, but El Canaveral (2501 W. Greenfield Ave.) prepares it with lamb.
When the Milwaukee Ale House opened 15 years ago, the Third Ward was a
very different place. Many of the buildings were half-occupied and the area
wasn’t nearly as vibrant as it is today. In 2012, the Third Ward
Compassionate Cake owner Jessica Kelter-Weisnicht admits that vegan bakery has a bad rap. The problem as she sees it is not that most readily available vegan bakery isn’t good—on the contrary, she explains, a lot of it is quite
It is extremely difficult to wrap one's mind around the idea of losing
a loved one to an act of terror. Playwright Deborah Brevoort attempts to
express that pain in The Women of Lockerbie,
a theatrical fusion of contemporary