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Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2013

A once-in-a-generation building spree will change the skyline and lakefront access

 Beginning this fall, Milwaukee leaders will be seizing a once-in-a-generation opportunity to add high-rises to the city’s skyline, improve access to the lakefront and develop under...
09.11.2013 | | Posted at 03:00 PM
By Evan Rytlewski
One of the East Side's most important music venues, The Jazz Estate is for sale, OnMilwaukee.com is reporting. Since the late '70s, the venue has been one of the city's most popular jazz hubs, and now it is one of the only spots on the East Side that still hosts jazz regularly, but after 14 years of running the place, co-owners Brian Sanders and Mike Honkamp have put the club on the market. No nee...
Thursday, Sept. 5, 2013

State law could leave viewers in the dark

 WTMJ-4 is the current casualty in the dust-up between Journal Broadcast Group and Time Warner Cable. But Milwaukee’s City Channel could
Monday, Aug. 12, 2013

Millioke serves Milwaukee’s favorite food

 Downtown Milwaukee has a brand new option for Wisconsin-inspired cuisine. Millioke (pronounced Mi-li-wo-ké) is from the Algonquin word from which Milwaukee was
07.23.2013 | | Posted at 03:00 PM
By Evan Rytlewski
Former Camden bandmates Eric Osterman and Ryan Weber understood that their band Eric & Magill would be a long-distance project when they started it, but they probably couldn't have predicted just how long that distance would be. In the years since their 2010 debut, All Those I Know, recorded while Osterman was in Michigan and Weber in Milwaukee, Osterman has relocated to Brooklyn and Weber to ...
07.19.2013 | | Posted at 03:30 PM
By Evan Rytlewski
Milwaukee’s Juan Carlos Ruiz would like you to know that he is not a particularly big fan of tortillas. “I’m from Peru, so when my friends offer me tortillas, they think that I’m happy,” he explains. “But in Peru, we don’t eat many tortillas. We have 2,500 types of potatoes, so our meals are very much built around potatoes and bread.” Ruiz’s starch preferences may seem trivial, ...
07.19.2013 | | Posted at 01:00 PM
By Shepherd Express Staff
Conservative columnist Ann Coulter will speak at the Riverside Theater on Saturday, Oct. 19, the venue announced, promoting her latest book, Memo to Republicans: We're Not Democrats. It's an unusual booking for the Pabst Theater Foundation, which has hosted many of authors and media personalities in recent years, including Bill Maher and Jon Stewart, but none who have welcomed controversy as eager...

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