Starting this Friday at 5 p.m., FM102/1 will launch a 24-hour "radiothon" called #SaveOurStages. The mission is to raise funds for Milwaukee's local independent music venues The Pabst Theater Group, The Rave/Eagles Club, Shank Hall, The Cactus Club and The Cooperage.
Pabst Theater Group now offers "Elopement Packages," a new option for couples who've altered, canceled or postponed their wedding plans because of the pandemic.
Willie Nelson & Family come to the Riverside Theater on Wednesday, April 29 at 8 p.m. Tickets to the show will go on sale Friday, Jan. 17 at 10 a.m.
After reaching the finals of their regional competition in Chicago, the Riverside University High School RoboTigers are on their way to the FIRST Robotics world championship in Detroit later this month. But they could use help, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
Our fourth grade correspondent, Mara Tarnoff, checked out "Legally Blonde: The Musical," Saturday afternoon at the Riverside. She found it to be similar - but different - from one of her favorite movies.
Riverside captured its first win at the annual competition, which began in 2002. And while the Rufus King Generals came in second place this year, the Riverside Tigers managed to overtake them on home turf, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
This spring, kick Warner Huntington III to the curb and put on your finest pink outfit as the Riverside Theater announced that "Legally Blonde: The Musical" will hit the stage for two shows on Saturday, March 30.
Because I've somehow managed to miss Radiohead every time the band has performed anywhere near Milwaukee and Chicago, I jumped at the chance to see frontman Thom Yorke when he performed at the Riverside on Wednesday night, even though I know the two experiences are not at all the same thing.
The late tenor saxophonist John Coltrane is one of the enduring figures in jazz. His groundbreaking work continues to resonate, enrapture and inspire musicians and fans. Did the Trane ever stop in Milwaukee? Yes, but maybe not on the occasion that many people think.
Beck Hansen's music has always been a Venn diagram of art, with balls-out unironic rap occupying one circle, and beautiful melodic folk in the other. Right in the middle is when Beck rocks, and it was super cool to see all slices of him a live performance.
Rumors are floating around that former Beatle Sir Paul McCartney was in Milwaukee at least a day early to run his band through its paces in advance of his Summerfest-headling concert tonight at the Marcus Amphitheater.
Autograph collectors - or "graphers" as they are called in the field - are a weird, fascinating and often misunderstood group. There are five or six diehards in Milwaukee, a few who sell the autographs for money, but others, like Julie Thorsen, who do it solely for fun.
For more than two hours Wednesday night, Neil deGrasse Tyson systematically went through 11 scientific categories and gave examples of movies - and the occasional beer commercial - that did those concepts well, and ones that did them disastrously wrong.
David Sedaris is a small, unremarkable-looking man, but he knows how to make an entrance. When the Riverside Theater went dark and he came on stage Saturday night, my first thought was, "Is he auditioning for an AC/DC video?"
David Sedaris, award-winning humorist, essayist and radio personality, returns to Milwaukee this Saturday as part of his current book tour for "Let's Celebrate Diabetes with Owls." Here are five reasons you should go to the show.