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 Filmmake(hers) (Documentary)

Filmmake(hers) (Documentary)

In the wake of the "Me Too" and "Time's Up" movements, four Milwaukee students discuss their experiences as women in film. Interview with filmmakers Jennifer Leu, Kaitlin Mader, and Reilly Peterman:   The post <i class="fab fa-youtube"></i> Filmmake(hers) (Documentary) appeared first on Media Milwaukee.

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Take an animated look at the MSO's future downtown home

It official--the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra has finalized the purchase of all the properties and land involved with its move to the former Warner Theater in downtown. Now, crews can enter the next phase of the project, including tearing down a building and adding onto the existing one. Listen to this week's Urban Spelunking podcast for much more about the project, including a unique architectural challenge facing the project. Take an animated look at the MSO's future downtown home appeared first on 88Nine Radio Milwaukee.

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Sensation LP reissue
Thanks to Folk Evaluation/Light in the Attic, the previously unheralded gem of an LP by area duo Sensation, released in 1976, has been reissued. We caught up with half of the group to ask about it.
Photography pioneers
The second show to open as part of the Milwaukee Art Museum's season of artistic technique and innovation - the first was the Goya show that debuted last month, and the next is a William Kentridge installation that will replace the Homer exhibition - aims its lens at three pioneers of nature photography.
Cold brew & tacos FTW
Hawthorne Coffee Roasters is going mobile this summer with a new location in the Harbor District where folks can get their morning joe or an evening glass of refreshing cold brew.
Go karts for adults
No matter how long you've had a driver's license, don't pretend for a second that you're not just a little intrigued when you come across a go kart track. It's fun at 20 miles per hour, but it's something entirely different at five times that speed, two inches off the ground.