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The four-day Milwaukee festival will feature 15 acts, including "a surprise reunion of one of Milwaukee’s most renowned bands of the 2010s." more

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Milwaukee Alderman Bob Bauman said he has learned a lot from reading the “anti-displacement plan” released last month by Milwaukee officials, but the lessons he took away from it might not be exactly what the people behind the report had envisioned. more

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For a decade, Riverwest’s Pink House Studio has offered yoga, dance and other healing disciplines at affordable rates. more

Off the Cuff

Milwaukee's coziest community radio station needs your help meeting its very modest goal. more

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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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Toni and Tim Eichinger, owners of Black Husky Brewing, take the crew through the brewery's origins in Pembine, Wis. and the move to their new Riverwest location. Plus, Beer News covers all the Black Friday beer releases in Milwaukee. more

Tap Takeover Podcast

Going solar has become less expensive in Wisconsin than in the past, but there remains a lot of caution about its expansion. Perhaps we can get the utility companies on board? more

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Bublr Bikes launched their first-ever community driven campaign, with a goal of $50,000 to completely fund the installation and upkeep of a new, nine-dock Riverwest neighborhood station. more

Daily Dose

Costumed pets take over Brady Street, while Vliet Street celebrates all things fall and Riverwest galleries open their doors. more

This Week in Milwaukee

Moonbath by Haitian-born award-winning author Yanick Lahens is a beautifully written epic saga that follows the tumultuous and often heartbreaking lives of four generations of rural Haitian women over the course of the 20th century. She wil... more

Books

While Riverwest 24 cyclists whizzed by outside, High Dive hosted another of the cozy rock shows that’s made it such a destination. more

Concert Reviews

It's easy to imagine why Vic Buell of Calliope may want to start a side project. Calliope's signature brand of heady, circus-ring psych-rock is so unmistakable that it doesn't always leave a lot of room for moonlighting—anything that band performs.. more

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Sociologist Evelyn M. Perry conducted ethnographic fieldwork in Riverwest to understand what has allowed this racially and economically diverse Milwaukee neighborhood to maintain relative stability in an otherwise highly segregated city. more

Books

Despite the sweltering heat, thousands packed Locust Street for Riverwest's crowded yet intimate music and arts festival. more

Concert Reviews

A scroll through the Locust Street Festival’s 1991 program illustrates just how much, and how little, the festival has changed over the years. more

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Leda Hoffman directs Luminous Theatre’s post-apocalyptic comedy Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play in the Goat Palace. This play shows how, after a major pandemic, people react to stress very differently. more

Theater

Fuel Café’s new Walker’s Point location, co-owner Scott Johnson says, “is all the things that we kind of wished Fuel could be as we got older." more

Eat/Drink

After a sales slump, the Riverwest Public House has made a proactive plea to the community. more

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Black Husky started with a “life changing” Two Hearted Ale, co-owner and head brewer Tim Eichinger recalls, with a glint in his eye reminiscent of light bouncing off a mostly empty,Eat/Drink more

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Fifteen years as a music clubcan feel like eternity as bands and trends come and go and echo across time; maybethe original crowd doesn’t come around as much anymore and maybe newgenerations take the fore.This weekend, Circle A (932E. Cha.. more

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