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The Milwaukee Art Museum’s “Photographing Nature’s Cathedrals: Carleton E. Watkins, Eadweard Muybridge and H.H. Bennett” exhibits cutting-edge technology of the mid 19th century in a collection of breathtaking landscapes. more

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This week, we preview Forty Carats by the Village Playhouse and The Flesh Trade by The Alchemist Theatre. more

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William Kentridge’s “More Sweetly Play the Dance” (through Aug. 19 at the Milwaukee Art Museum) combines filmmaking, drawing, animation and a soundtrack by Johannes Serekeho to create a buoyant, modern danse macabre. more

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It’s long been a truism that Milwaukee County residents love their historic parks. Nonetheless, continual defunding for three decades has left much of the county’s parks frayed and even derelict. more

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Ruthie answers a question from a reader concerned about a fellow volunteer throwing shade. more

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Goya is considered one of Spain’s most important artists of all time for many reasons: He was the official “painter to the king” renowned for traditional portraiture, and he was a daring proto-modernist in his enduringly influential private ... more

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Despite its popularity, organizers of the Milwaukee’s Winter Farmers Market at the Mitchell Park Domes Annex were abruptly informed last month that the market’s lease would not be renewed at the domes annex. more

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Café Calatrava is a hidden gem located on the ground floor of the Milwaukee Art Museum. The menu changes often and is seasonal, using many locally sourced ingredients. more

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The Milwaukee Art Museum recently opened a new exhibit, “Coming Away: Winslow Homer and England.” The extraordinary show of some 50 works by Homer and his contemporaries adds to the pantheon of LGBTQ artists represented in the museum’s collection. more

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Milwaukee Art Museum’s “Coming Away: Winslow Homer & England,” co-organized with the Worcester Art Museum, reflects on the development of the groundbreaking American artist’s work through his time spent in an English fishing village. more

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Jahmés Finlayson and Dumah Saafir will perform Haitian music at 1 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 10 at the Milwaukee Art Museum. more

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Milwaukee Art Museum presents “The Open Road: Photography and the American Road Trip,” Jan. 26-April 22, a far-reaching exhibition of photographs meditating on our country and its inhabitants. more

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These businesses have stepped up their game and created retail spaces that warrant photos. more

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Except at peak times, Milwaukeeans hardly realize that they are sharing their city with millions of tourists who outnumber them 10 to one. more

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Ruthie advises a reader on his May-December romance. more

Dear Ruthie

Woodland Pattern Book Center is an independent bookshop that continues to thrive amidst the national collapse of bookshops. What’s their secret to success? more

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“Degas to Picasso: Creating Modernism in France” might sound like the title of a hefty art history textbook, but is actually a rather intimate exhibition at Milwaukee Art Museum through Jan. 28, 2018. more

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The Milwaukee Art Museum displays Parisian posters from la Belle Époque Dec. 15-April 29, 2018 in “Designing Paris: The Posters of Jules Chéret.” more

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“Jaime Hayon: Technicolor” will be displayed at Milwaukee Art Museum, Dec. 8-March 25, 2018. more

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Gustave Caillebotte, Milwaukee Art Museum, Degas to Picasso: Creating Modernism in France, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Edgar Degas, Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro, Barnes Foundation more

My LGBTQ POV

For over a century, movies have captured our imaginations, immersing us in the narratives of distant wars, the wild west, and political intrigue. And so it is with the works of Thomas Hart Benton. Inspired by Hollywood cinema and human nature.. more

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