Unique Boutique: Mod Gen

Published Dec. 1, 2018

Located in the heart of the Third Ward, Mod Gen offers plants of all varieties as well as household items and more.


Wait to watch Dreamworks' "Home," well, at home

Published March 29, 2015

For a lot of Hollywood, making a kids movie translates out to making essentially a mobile: a simply distracting mix of color and sound. And that's how you get "Home," another manic Sweet Tarts-colored whizbang to be mentally tossed away like an empty popcorn bucket as soon as the film lets out. Yes, the kids will be sated. For anyone older, however, the cue to leave "Home" to go home likely won't come soon enough.


The Goo Goo Dolls stand the test of time

Published Oct. 9, 2011

Writing songs that are sewn into the fibers of American pop music is a difficult task for any band or songwriter to accomplish and the Goo Goo Dolls is a band that can most likely say in confidence that they have several legendary tracks woven into the culture. Once again on the road, the Goo Goo Dolls are coming to Milwaukee Oct. 12 for a show at the Pabst Theater.


Tay Butler runs for "Mayor"

Published Oct. 2, 2011

Out of the chaos the can ensue in situations of overseas deployment, soldiers deal with down time and the things they experience in different ways. Finding a way to keep one's mind right is crucial when in these foreign venues, and local rapper Rontaye "Mayor" Butler used writing music to get him through his time spent overseas.


Urban Accents inspires creative city living spaces

Published April 12, 2006

With the newfound focus on urban living in Milwaukee, artist Nancy Rappaport knew the time was right to open Urban Accents, the aptly named contemporary home accessories store at 159 N. Broadway.


Bay View bar makes patrons feel at home

Published April 3, 2001

Sophisticated and cozy, the atmosphere at Home is perfect for a first date or cocktailers looking for a relaxing place to enjoy good drinks and a conversation.