Jenna Kashou

Bert Kessler is celebrating the third anniversary of his clothing company, NEWD, by kicking it into a higher gear. His lines of high-quality cotton basics feel as comfortable as your own skin and have been quickly expanding since Kessler be... Read more

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Move over movies, music and drama: There is a new act in town. The cheeky entertainment and scanty sartorial style of the Brew City Bombshells Burlesque is ready to tap into taboos and shake things up in Milwaukee.There are many misconcepti... Read more

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Widen really likes Batman. Batman collectiblesdecorate the Rosebud Cinema’s lobby a For more A&E coverage, ,A&E Feature Read more

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Bayou (2060 N. Humboldt Ave.) is closest to the construction and arguably the most affected. Owners and twin brothers Robert and William Jenkins opened the Cajun-fusion restaurant in September 2006. Although they have laid off a few staff m... Read more

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Bucks game or the opera? Bar crawl or the symphony? TiVo or a play? With endless options for consumers, arts organizations are in fierce competition for your time. To keep ahead, they are reaching out to audiences lik,A&E Feature Read more

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When you think of the Milwaukee Ballet,visions of sugarplum fairies probably dance though The Nutcracker ,A&E Feature Read more

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The second edition of 100 Things to Do in Milwaukee Before You Die by local writer Jenna Kashou, affords a decent cross-section of things to see and do in town. Read more