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The exhibit will feature 15 artists who work in a variety of media and focus heavily on coloration in their work. Read more

Visual Arts

With many Milwaukee County suburbs developing at what seems to be a rapid pace, little has changed in the quaint village throughout the years. Read more

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Jazz fusion drummer performed music from across his long career at Shank Hall concert. Read more

Concert Reviews

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Located 33 miles northwest of Milwaukee, Germantown boasts a rich Teutonic history, loads of green space, parks and excellent schools. Read more

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Shorewood is experiencing something of a “renaissance of redevelopment,” according to its planning and development director. Read more

News Features

In a beer-centric city like Milwaukee, it can be hard to find activities that don’t involve alcohol, but a new East Side café is aiming to change that. Read more

Short Order

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I think there are real opportunities coming to fruition. We’ve been working on this a very long time,” Mayor Neitzke says. Read more

News Features

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Dave Schoepke, versatile and longtime Milwaukee-area drummer, has released an album of melodic and harmonic percussion music. Read more

Local Music

Whether through job placement, held with education, art classes or more, the Downtown Milwaukee nonprofit supports people with mental health issues. Read more

News Features

Just south of Bay View, St. Francis imposes itself as a more affordable, business-friendly alternative to Milwaukee. Read more

News Features

West Allis wants to shed the imagine of an old manufacturing town by putting the small businesses, local history and events in the spotlight. Read more

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Oak Creek went from the countryside to a hub of activity thanks to its community, natural advantages and high-quality living conditions. Read more

News Features

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Roast Coffee Company continues to thrive, now celebrating 15 years in business. Owner Ryan Mason, who attended UW-Milwaukee, opened his café in a former framing shop in 2004. Read more

Eat/Drink

Spike Brewing is Ben Caya’s brewing equipment company, which started with empty beer kegs and is now providing beer brewers with specialized equipment. Read more

Eat/Drink

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Cudahy may be famous for bacon, industry and bars, but the working-class city just south of Milwaukee is steadily attracting young professionals and business owners. Read more

News Features

Off the Cuff interviews Kim Niebuhr and Sandrajean Ebben about their therapy horse, Levi. Read more

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YouthBuild helps uneducated youths get a diploma and teaches them life skills necessary to improve their lives. Read more

News Features

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To help Wisconsin veterans, Bikes for Stripes offers them bikes and help with transportation. Read more

Off the Cuff

Off the Cuff with the author and illustrator of Lulu and Rocky in Milwaukee, a children’s book that puts the Brew City in the limelight. Read more

Off the Cuff

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Charles Dickens’ holiday classic, A Christmas Carol, is once again adapted with a high production value by the Milwaukee Rep. Read more

Theater

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