The Savages

Summerfest may be over, but that isn’t stopping big names from coming to Milwaukee this week. Read more

This Week in Milwaukee

The exhibition “Larry Sultan: Here and Home,” a substantial retrospective that focuses on six major series produced during this photographer’s lifetime, shows at the Milwaukee Art Museum through Jan. 24. Read more

Visual Arts

Happy New Year: In the Hillbrow neighborhood of Johannesburg, South Africa, celebrants apparently decided to abandon an ensconced tradition and not hurl furniture from high-rise apartments. (The Hillbrow custom was highlighted on one social... Read more

News of the Weird

This week on The Disclaimer, WMSE's near-weekly klatch between station promotions director Ryan Schleicher, A.V. Club Milwaukee editor Matt Wild and I, I float the theory that indie-rock is in decline, and explain why that might be a good thing. T.. Read more

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Marijuana is big business and with the rise of the Mexican cartels, there is less room for smaller operators... Read more

Film Reviews

Since “Mystery Science Theater 3000” ended its run in 1999, the cast has spent 10 years working on variations of the same theme, riffing on movies in print and online and on DVD. One of the most satisfying of these “MT3K” offshoots Read more

Today in Milwaukee

  In Tandem Theatre co-founder and Artistic Director Chris Flieller has become a fixture in Milwaukee Theatre over the years. In the ten years since it was founded by he and his wife Jane, In Tandem has produced some really impressive studio .. Read more


Opening night for the Rep’s production of Endgame was Easter Sunday, so there weren’t many people there. It always seemed vaguely strange that the Rep chose to open its Stiemke shows on Sunday, but I’ve never asked for a reason. Whatever the reaso.. Read more


More andmore children are faced with parents lingering on in the dimminghalf-life of dem The Savages. ,Film Read more

Film Reviews