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Although based on a novel written 167 years ago, The Milwaukee Rep’s 35th annual production of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol feels regrettably relevant in an inclement economic era of mass unemployment and austere household finances. D... more

Theater

So Colin Cabot paraphrased Hamlet’s Horatio, in describing the first 30 years of The Skylight Theatre. Twenty years later, The Skylight Opera has invited prodigal son Dale Gutzman to direct An Evening with Gilbert and Sullivan (May 28 - Jun... more

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Far from those faux-’50s diners insulting the landscape, Leon’s Drive-In, family-owned since 1942, is the genuine article. Time and fresh-made custard are frozen at this renowned South Side landmark, allegedly the inspiration for the Arnold... more

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You know what they say: You can’t spell “Wisconsin” without bowling (zing). Bay View Bowl on Kinnickinnic Avenue is Wisconsin at its finest. With plenty of lanes and a full bar, it’s a place where one can mix the pleasures of sport more

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Railing against theuniform blandness of American society, Woodruff, chair of the illustra Something Wicked This Way Comes ,Art more

Visual Arts

In conjunction withthe night, and in what has quickly become a “can’t-miss” for arts patrons, the Milwaukee Art Museum’s“After Dark” series will present the “Wearable Sculpture Fashion Show” at 9p.m. F,Art more

Visual Arts

Situated at the literal andfigurative center of this suburban creative hub is the Almont Gallery (342 W. Main St.). Showcasing the work of three localartists, the Almont will open “Tres Chic: A Wearable and Decorative ArtExh,Art more

Visual Arts

Thankfully, In Tandem Theatre scores another comichit with its decidedly irreverent Scroo The Nutcracker ,Theater more

Theater

“DanceCraftArt,” asHeino is billing it, will offer 40 booths of local artists and craftspeopleoffering unique items on the cheap, and will feature jazz and spoken-wordperformances in the second floor gallery. The first floorgal,Art more

Visual Arts

One fine example is Allen Caucutt, an accomplishedsculptor who’s been teaching the importance of art in childhood education formore than 50 years. A retired art director of local area grade schools, Caucuttwas recently recognized with the D... more

Visual Arts

The CharlesAllis Art Museum will pay tribute to another state prodigy beginning Dec. 2wi The CharlesAllis Art Museum is located at 1801 N. Prospect Ave. ,Art more

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Cognizant that even those who tread lightly leaveinevitable signs of their passing, curators Ethan Lasser and Hongtao Zhouemployed a minimalist philosophy in planning and presenting “Green FurnitureDesign,” on display at the Milwaukee Ar... more

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Knuckleheads 2949 N. Oakland Ave. 414-962-3052 Runners-up:,Best of Milwaukee 2009 more

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Honda’s vehiclesconsistently remain hot sellers. A new car purchase is a significant investmentfor most people, and when our readers decide to take the financial plunge, theychoose David Hobbs Honda over the others, citing their expertise (... more

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