Juneau Park

Beer Me. Waukee hosts June at Juneau every Saturday of June, while Joe Richter, LovaNova and the Skatalites come to Milwaukee. Read more

This Week in Milwaukee

The City of Festivals is getting even busier this summer with a new addition to Milwaukee’s lineup of outdoor events. Read more


Award-winning author Mike Lankford comes to the Charles Allis Art Museum on Sept. 7 to discuss his biography Becoming Leonardo: An Exploded View of the Life of Leonardo Da Vinci. Read more


Juneau Park Friends and Woodland Pattern Book Center will welcome an eclectic mix of local poets to the park for an absorbing evening of prose and spoken word beginning on Aug. 14. Read more


In his book, A Crowded Hour: Milwaukee During the Great War, 1917-1918, author Kevin Abing examines the diverse social, political and economic forces that Milwaukeeans faced during and after World War I. He will discuss his book at Boswell ... Read more


J. Ryan Stradal’s heartfelt debut novel Kitchens of the Great Midwest follows Eva, a culinary prodigy. Told with tenderness and quirky good humor, the novel unravels the complicated relationship between food, community and comfort. Stradal ... Read more


It may be hard to imagine sitting outside with a beer inhand during this Wisconsin winter weather, but Milwaukee’s Traveling BeerGarden just announced their 2016 tour schedule to help you imagine a warmerplace.With two cons.. Read more

Happening Now


Photo by Gary Leonard

X will be down a member when they return to Milwaukee, but Exene Cervenka says they’re making the best of the situation. Read more

Music Feature


Oneof Milwaukee’s oldest craft breweries, Sprecher Brewery will celebrate its 30thanniversary with a free party at Juneau Park on Aug. 28 and 29 with live musicand, of course, beer, served from Milwaukee County's Traveling Beer Garden and a pai.. Read more

On Music

The “Z” in Jessica Z. Schafer’s name surely must stand for “Zowie!” She’s a young photographer enamored with classic film. She lives Downtown and recently rented a studio (as a Plaid Tuba Productions affiliate) in the Third Read more

Visual Arts

Spanish Flair: Red, white and black decor and dozens of candelabras at the Wisconsin Club set the tone for “A Taste of Spain,” a benefit for the Friends of the Haggerty Museum of Art. Coconut flan, gazpacho shooters, tapas, Spanish wines an... Read more

Happening Now

Commercial country music saw the '90s end with bang upon the national debut of Montgomery Gentry. Eddie Montgomery (brother of arguably more gentlemanly country hitmaker John Michael Montgomery) and Eddie Gentry hit hard with the purpose... Read more

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