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It's been nine years since viewers saw meteorologist Bart Adrian on FOX6, the station he called home for 28 years. He's not retired, though. Now, Adrian is a senior lecturer in Atmospheric Science and Mathematics, and a STEM outreach specialist at UW-Milwaukee.
An exhibition based on Matthew Desmond's acclaimed and eye-opening - and Pulitzer Prize-winning - "Evicted," about the struggles of low-income Milwaukeeans in the residential rental market and the way the threat and reality of eviction affects their lives, will open on Friday, June 21, at the Mobile Design Box, 753 N. 27th St.
Here's something to help get through finals week, UWM students: Pop star Kesha will headline Pantherfest, the school's annual celebration of the start of the academic year, at the BMO Harris Pavilion on Friday, Sept. 6.
This year, in addition to a shorts program, the festival - hosted once again at UW-Milwaukee's Union Cinema, April 26-28 - screens seven award-winning Italian films, which all make their Milwaukee premieres.
A few days after announcing a new vision and upgrades to the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts, the arts complex's Bradley Pavilion hosted the results Wednesday of an architectural competition to ideate on the site of the current Marcus Center parking structure a block north.
Milwaukee Public Schools, in collaboration with the City of Milwaukee, in conjunction with the Milwaukee Promise Zones, announced a new early childhood education initiative Thursday morning at Gwen T. Jackson School, 2121 W. Hadley St.
This week, Northwestern Mutual launched Cream City Labs, a collaborative innovation lab at the company's Downtown headquarters that is open not only to employees, but also to students and teachers taking part in the company's Data Science Institute.
Don't you hate how most of your favorite comfort foods feel good in the moment but make you feel like you need to be rolled out of the restaurant after? Not anymore. The founders of Wing It in Port Washington are headed to Milwaukee to revitalize the wing with their new restaurant Good Land Wing Co.
Recently, I took a walk around the UW-Milwaukee campus with School of Architecture and Urban Planning dean and professor Bob Greenstreet. Come along for the stroll...
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.
Milwaukee is entering the final stretch of its schedule, and this weekend brings one of the season's highlights. The team hosts Wright State in a three-game home series, and Saturday evening's contest will be played at Miller Park, the home of the Brewers.
On the bright side, no one was injured when fire engulfed the UWM Mainstage Theater, 2400 E. Kenwood Blvd., on April 8, 2017, but the Peck School of the Arts buildings suffered nearly $6 million in damage. Also on the upside, the restored theater is an upgrade for the university.
For the 12th straight year, the Milwaukee Italian Film Festival returns, bringing a slew of great films - most of which wouldn't likely otherwise screen in Brew City - and, as always, it's free and open to all.
A trip to Hawaii isn't attainable for some folks this spring, but exploring the Hawaiian sky at UWM's Manfred Olson Planetarium is only $5 from March 7 to 9.