Though most people know Ina Garten as the contented, reassuringly soft-spoken host of the Food Network’s long-running “Barefoot Contessa,” she considers her television gig secondary to her true career as a cookbook...
Soon a new name will join the list of regulars in the Art
Preview column: Inspiration Studios. Celebrating its birthday at 3 p.m on
Saturday, March 1, this art gallery-cum-performance space will make its home in
a large, beautiful, inspiration-kick-starting brick building in the heart of Downtown
West Allis, 1500 S.
It is unlikely that any concert in the Milwaukee area on Sunday night inspired more partial and full standing ovations and clapping over audience members' heads than Crosby, Stills and Nash at the Riverside Theater. Though the trio epitomizes hi...
Art Kumbalek and man oh man manischewitz what a world, ain’a? So how ’bout this
for a headline I saw the other day somewheres: “Water could be flowing on Mars
now.” What the fock. The story says “researchers have found clues that water
could be flowing in the present, at least during warm seasons
In hindsight, Gucci Mane would have been better off at a smaller venue. In a sign of either the Atlanta rapper's falling star or the many miscalculations of the promoters who booked the show on short notice and did little to advertise it, the en...
through our latest snowstorm, I was listening to Frenemies, http://veritypodcast.wordpress.com/2014/01/29/verity-episode-34-frenemies/ the Jan. 29 podcast from “Verity!” (“six women talk
all things ‘Doctor
The friend who accompanied me to Diana Krall's show Monday night had been enjoying her music for a while, but he had never known her to be a pianist as well as a singer. As Krall pumped and clacked away in the black stiletto heels she s...
<p><span>While going above and beyond the call of duty has its perks, it can also be really exhausting to watch someone do it. For about an hour Tuesday night, The Polyphonic Spree treated a half-full Turner Hall Ballroom to the more spec...