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Arts & Entertainment - Feb. 11, 2020
Milwaukee Rep sets Shakespeare, Sinatra and "Titanic" for 2020-21 season
The Rep has revealed the upcoming productions for its 67th season, bringing you tributes to two of the most iconic performers in the history of showbiz, a murder mystery experience and an ambitious Titanic-sized production, just to name a few.
#RaiseMKE - Feb. 11, 2020
"Medical Apartheid" is essential history
Harriet A. Washington's "Medical Apartheid" not only speaks to a true and gruesome history, but it connects the dots of malpractices and ideologies that still affects communities of color today in the medical world.
Arts & Entertainment - Feb. 6, 2020
Shine a spotlight on your local SHEroes with the Milwaukee Rep and "Eclipsed"
In the spirit of recognizing the many women of color here in Milwaukee who have contributed to the growth and empowerment of others in our city, the Milwaukee Rep will highlight local "SHEroes" during the run of "Eclipsed."
Dining - Feb. 5, 2020
Make a tasty Caribbean escape during the Wisconsin winter at La Caribena
Eat. Drink. Dance in your seats. Sing along with bachata legend Antony Santos or salsa great Hector LaVoe. And have an amazing trip to the Caribbean - at least while you dine in.
Music - Feb. 4, 2020
8 reasons J.Lo and Shakira's Super Bowl halftime show was misinterpreted
Jennifer Lopez and Shakira took the stage at the Super Bowl halftime show on Sunday - and it caused some controversy. But their spirited performance shouldn't have.
Arts & Entertainment - Jan. 21, 2020
Rep's "Legend of Georgia McBride" is more than a good time
The Milwaukee Rep's Quadracci Powerhouse was full of clapping, seat dancing, giggles and a little bit of glitter at "The Legend of Georgia McBride," written by Matthew Lopez.
Marketplace - Jan. 7, 2020
Celebs go green and gold at the 2020 Golden Globes
For all of us fashion-forward, Packers-loving fans, we noticed quite the interesting trend in the land of Hollywood during Sunday night's 77th Golden Globes: a love of green and gold.
Dining - Jan. 6, 2020
Cena Familiar sets the table for good cooking, great community
As I scrolled through social media, I observed that an abundance of people will strive to be better friends and partners, focus on emotional and physical wellness, and live in the now in the new year. And Cena Familiar, a farm-to-table dinner at Botanica Galactica, offers all of the above.
Holiday Guide - Dec. 20, 2019
5 gift alternatives to buying your children toys this holiday season
Each year, parents brave malls and big box retailers looking for the perfect Christmas toys to place under the tree or log on to their favorite sites and order from the comfort of their couches. But what about gifts that offer a little more?
Tagged with: holidays, gifts, family
Marketplace - Nov. 29, 2019
3 tips to make the most of Small Business Saturday
Whether you are just looking to treat yourself or cross a few names off of your holiday shopping list, here are three easy ways to support locally on Small Business Saturday - and beyond.
Arts & Entertainment - May 7, 2019
MET Camp: My favorite looks from the Met Gala 2019
If you have been endlessly scrolling through #metgala and #metcamp since last night, no worries, it's perfectly normal and you're in good company. Here are the looks we liked from last night's extravagant evening.
Marketplace - May 2, 2019
5 great Alice's Garden products to help heal winter skin
Essential oils and herbs have a long history of healing the mind and body - and no one in Milwaukee is doing oils and herbs better than Venice Williams, executive director and owner of Alice's Garden and products. Here are my five favorites.
Dining - March 10, 2019
Eat this now: The avocado toast at Shindig Coffee in Sherman Phoenix
I met a friend at the Sherman Phoenix to introduce her to the new development and show her around. With just a coffee and an impulse buy of a cowboy cookie in hand, I felt content ... until I saw someone else order Shindig Coffee's avocado toast.
#RaiseMKE - Feb. 27, 2019
Entrepreneurs of color thrive despite Milwaukee's long history of segregation
Despite the unfavorable reputation, Milwaukee's community of color is in the midst of an energizing entrepreneurial boom. How has the city's reputation of geographic and social segregation affected business owners of color in their mission to launch, grow and thrive - and how can we improve?
Bars & Clubs - Feb. 19, 2019
Drink This Now: Blood & Glitter cocktail at Company Brewing
Saturday night at Company Brewing, 735 E. Center St., I ordered a Blood & Glitter cocktail. Alas, glitter was not present in the drink, but the first sip felt like sitting by a cozy fire in a cabin, in your coziest pajamas.