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Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2008

Glamour Galore

The 44th annual Symphony Style show at the Milwaukee Art Museum was top-notch as always, with sponsorships aplenty and fashion galore. The Symphony Style book, featuring Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra history and glam photos, was highlighted by Dan Bishop’s stark cover photo of the birthday-suited Andrew Stoll...
Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2008


Frightfully good fun was found all over town on Halloween. The Wisconsin AIDS Fund transformed the Dye House into a ghoulish hall of make-believe horrors for a fun-filled fund-raiser. Candela’s John Dolphin designed the spooky atmosphere with lighting expertise by “altar boy” Andrew Capelle of the Hilton.
Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2008

Kids’ Safe Zones

Safe & Sound celebrated its 10th anniversary with a rousing breakfast program at the Italian Community Center. The agency helps 23,000 children annually in 21 target neighborhoods by providing safe havens and helping to reduce crime. The agenda included remarks by Sen. Herb Kohl; honoree Ed Zore, NML's CEO...
Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2008

Musical Madness

Musical Madness: The last couple of weeks of nearly perfect weather have brought out a horde of music lovers. It was a mob scene at Alterra on the Lake with Orquesta Veneno cranking out rumbas, sambas, sal sas and merengues. In dancing mode were Tom Dienhart with Mambo Elegancia, doing some smooth leading...
Wednesday, July 16, 2008
Over the Rainbow: After an auspicious rainbow sight ing prior to the fourth annual My Best Friend Is Straight fund-raiser, guests mingled outside until a sudden deluge sent them scampering into Andy Nunemaker’s fab party house. The event raised funds for the Cream City Foundation (CCF), which is celebrating more than 25 years of giving to LGBT communities...
Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Bubbly Bash

“Champagne at the Allis” was flowing, necessitating a second shipment to be brought in mid-party at the Charles Allis Art Museum. Britishness was in the air with Ellen Zilli’s delicious figs and Stilton cheese and a UW-Milwaukee ensemble in top hats and formal attire, loaned by Suzann Campbell...
Wednesday, May 21, 2008


The exciting season finale of the Milwaukee Ballet Company presented three pieces, including a beautiful world premiere by Artistic Director Michael Pink. At the post-party, Pink happily announced that the company’s firm financial footing was aided by angel Bob Dohmen.
Wednesday, March 26, 2008
Play Time: The opening night of the Milwaukee Rep's insightful and poignant The Night Is a Child was also a world premiere attended by the playwright Charles Randolph-Wright and guest directory Timothy Douglas. Both were pleased that the Rep and the hardworking cast did the production proud.
Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2008
Happy B-Day: Despite many citywide storm-related cancellations, the 162nd City of Milwaukee Birthday Party forged ahead, with a huge turnout at the Pfister. Milwaukee Press Club head Marilyn Krause hosted the annual bash, with a stellar roster of sponsors that included John McGregor of Irgens Development...