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Music - March 11, 2020
Local musician Williamson combines lap steel, metal and "Misirlou"
This coming Monday, March 16, is the one-year anniversary of "Misirlou" icon Dick Dale's death, so Sean Williamson and his project Velocihamster will honor the musician by releasing his version of the hit song this Friday, March 13.
Arts & Entertainment - Feb. 5, 2020
Local romance author Brittainy Cherry follows love to storytelling success
How did romance novelist Brittainy C. Cherry manifest so many of her dreams in a relatively short amount of time - all from little old, beautiful Milwaukee? It starts with love and ends with love for Cherry.
Arts & Entertainment - Jan. 4, 2020
A look behind the lens of Milwaukee rock photographer DeWook
DeWook is a Milwaukee based photographer who has come into his own in light of his captivating and aesthetically pleasing action-filled photographs of musicians - including many Milwaukee musicians - over the course of the past half-decade.
Arts & Entertainment - Sept. 10, 2019
The Night Carnival brightens up Riverwest with magic this weekend
This Saturday, Sept. 14, The Night Carnival will again descend upon Milwaukee's Garden Park, 821 E. Locust St., with magic and wonder at its forefront for its third year.
Festival Guide - July 4, 2019
The Roots absolutely killed it at Summerfest
Everybody assembled at the BMO Harris Pavilion for Summerfest knew it: A crime had been committed. The legendary Roots crew killed it.
Music - June 13, 2019
Chris Haise Band takes the "Suburban View" on its second album
June 14 marks the return of the ascendant Milwaukee group, Chris Haise Band. On that date, they will release their second album of hyper-literate folk rock, titled "Suburban View," at Anodyne Coffee at 7 p.m.
Music - Dec. 30, 2018
Chicken Wire Empire flies into the new year with a new album, Pabst Theater gig
On Dec. 31, Chicken Wire Empire will play one of its biggest Milwaukee shows to date, providing support for the band Horseshoes and Hand Grenades at the iconic Pabst Theater.
Arts & Entertainment - Nov. 29, 2018
Christopher Gilbert takes over MKE's performing arts scene with positivity
With his persistent positive outlook on life, Gilbert has now found himself amongst some heady endeavors - from "Black Nativity" at the Marcus Center to leading the Milwaukee Bucks' Grand Dancers and more.
Movies & TV - Oct. 29, 2018
The Blue Note doc "It Must Schwing!" plays all the right notes
The jazzy Milwaukee Film Festival rock doc "It Must Schwing!" is also a joyful, soul-affirming insight into how some of the greatest music of the American musical canon was birthed into the world.
Movies & TV - Oct. 28, 2018
"My Name is Myeisha" finds big emotion in the little moments of life
Little moments are all that we have, and through small swaths of those moments, the Milwaukee Film Festival selection "My Name is Myeisha" spins an all too familiar sad story into gold.
Marketplace - Oct. 22, 2018
Papyrus & Charms shines as a part of a new Bronzeville business collective
Papyrus & Charms is a part of a new collective of Milwaukee innovators called The Bronzeville Collective MKE, located at 339 W. North Ave. in the heart of the Bronzeville Cultural and Entertainment District.
Festival Guide - Aug. 1, 2018
Black Arts Fest MKE brings celebration of African culture back to the lakefront
This Saturday, Aug. 4, Black Arts Fest MKE, a celebration of African and African American culture, makes its debut at Henry Maier Festival Park. And it's coming in with a definite bang.