If The Plainsmen have the kind of name you'd
expect to hear announced on “Simply Folk,” it's not the only place the
Milwaukee septet ought to have a presence. Theirs is the kind of
acoustic/electric Americana rock amalgam that
Gallery Night & Day,
Jan. 18-19, involves close to 50 galleries and venues throughout Milwaukee.
This time, the quarterly event includes opportunities to preview exhibitions
that tie-in with the international “Print: MKE 2013”
Tired of politics and business as usual, a 22-year-old Steve Pincus became the first manager of the East Kane Street Food Co-op, the roots of the now-familiar Outpost Natural Foods. It was 1970 when Pincus, who now
independent audit of the Milwaukee Police Department’s (MPD) crime data showed
that, contrary to the Milwaukee Journal
Sentinel’s reporting, the department did not manipulate statistics to paint
a rosier picture
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