Catherine Jozwik

Off the Cuff catches up with Harbor District Water Projects Manager Lindsay Frost to ask her a few questions about the new fish harbor hotels. more

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A book release party for Anna Rodriguez’s volume of poetry, Gold Leaf Bones, will be held at Voyageur Book Shop on Oct. 4. more


Under the umbrella of the Water Council, Milwaukee’s water cluster companies focus their energies on solving critical and ongoing water-use issues aided by investment by state and local governments and universities. more

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An increasing number of women in Milwaukee are contributing to the city’s culinary landscape by working as chefs and opening their own restaurants. more



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Ellice Plant and Kellen Grimm recently opened North Node Clinic. Services are offered on a sliding-fee scale and the practitioners are committed to a holistic health practice inclusive to all that is designed to meet the needs of the LGBTIQ community more

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Citizens and business owners, many under the age of 40, have joined forces to update South Milwaukee’s image by revitalizing its downtown area and promoting and expanding its arts scene. “Art can do a lot of things. I want to get behind that ... more

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This year marks the 50th anniversary of the passage of the Fair Housing Act, designed to prevent housing discrimination. But in the city of Milwaukee, much more work needs to be done to successfully integrate its neighborhoods. more

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Veteran Milwaukee indie-rockers The Cut-Outs draw from a well of emo, Brit-pop and post-punk influences. more

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Beginning 7:30 p.m. May 3, Milwaukee PBS will air “Cook.Plate.Dine.™,” a four-part series following students in Milwaukee Area Technical College’s (MATC’s) Culinary Arts program. more


Off the Cuff with Adam Levin, administrator of the wildly popular Old Milwaukee Facebook group. In addition to providing an online forum for photos of Milwaukee’s past, Levin recently decided to host photo presentations at senior centers and ... more

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Bill Murray joins German cellist Jan Vogler for a night of American literature, classical music, show tunes and dance numbers. more

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Many people don’t need a reason to enjoy a few cocktails after work. But National Gin and Tonic Day, celebrated April 9, is just one of many holidays dedicated to fine spirits. more


More and more females are going into the skilled trades professions; several seasoned professionals in these fields for decades offer young women some helpful advice. more

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Lucas Saporiti

“Corteo,” which runs through April 2 at the BMO Harris Bradley Center, skillfully blends comedy, tragedy, and a touch of the surreal with jaw-dropping acrobatics. more



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“We’re like a hip-hop Chicago,” says Lance Loiselle, sousaphone player for the Windy City’s Lowdown Brass Band. more

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