the early 1960s, Andy Warhol’s star was on the rise. The triumph of post-war
consumerism had been addressed by the young Warhol to the pleasure of a
counter-cultural Zeitgeist bent on thumbing its nose at the values of the
Tarry not, art lovers, for three rich
new exhibitions will appear at the Tory Folliard Gallery on Feb. 8 only to
disappear a month later on March 8. Charles Munch’s “New Paintings” continues
his 40-plus-year exploration of
In much the same way that their post-punk/new wave contemporaries Devo will always be "that 'Whip It' band," no matter how much fans and critics extoll their many virtues, The B-52's—sorry, that should be &a...
Excellence in Kid's Fare From Milwaukee County Zoo
By Russ Bickerstaff
My wife and I had free tickets to Summerfest. So We went with out one-year-old daughter to check out the kiddie stuff. Still a little young to be taking it all in, the trip might not have been for our daughter so much as it was for us. In and amidst the awful cover bands that seem to inhabit all the stages during the day, we caught a few snippets of a few kid's performances. Our daughter isn'...
Spoken word poetry artist Nicole Janzen, aka “Darlin Nikki,” combats social injustice through poetry performances, books, albums, community workshops and more. She writes about her present circumstance, whatever that may be, with a fresh, “in-your-face” tone, acknowledging the past
<p>As a general rule, there's not much substance to be found in music festival stage banter, but The Joy Formidable lead Ritzy Bryan managed a few sharp insights during the rare pauses in the Welsh power trio's walloping set last nigh...
Some time ago I was on the bus heading out to a show at Next Act when I ran into local actor Rick Pendzich. He was on his way to a show at the Broadway Theatre. We got to talking. He told me about working with Skylight Music Theatre on their Kidswrites program. It's really interesting . . . kids in schools all over the area submit writing to the program and a trio of composers work on turnin...