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“It’s more than a place to hang art,” says the Museum of Wisconsin Art’s executive director, Laurie Winters. To wit, the museum displays “Joy Ride: Designing Trek,” an exhibit of 38 bicycles from throughout Trek’s history, through Aug. 5. Read more

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The Museum of Wisconsin Art opens three exhibitions on April 14: “Joy Ride: Designing Trek,” “Daniel Gerhartz: The Continuum of Beauty” and “Jenie Gao: Survival Tools.” Read more

Visual Arts

You could say that Scott Walker has beengood for Journal Communications. The man generates headlines and hits onits website. Charlie Sykes is his mouthpiece on WTMJ. And the nonstop politicalads since 2010 have been terrific for the bottom li.. Read more

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We enthusiastically support Democrat Mary Burke for governor. Burke has the skills, experience, temperament and values we need in our governor.Burke is a Wisconsinite through Read more

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We encourage Shepherd readers to head to the polls on Tuesday, Aug. 12, for the partisan primaries. Candidates from both major parties are on the ballot that day so Read more

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This can’t be good news forGov. Scott Walker. The just-released MarquetteUniversity Law School poll shows him neck and neck with his likely Democraticchallenger, Mary Burke. Among registered voters, he leads by 1%, 46%-45%.Among likely voter.. Read more

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With a little more than six months left in the race for Wisconsin governor, Democratic candidate Mary Burke has been crisscrossing the state to introduce herself and her plan to turn around Read more

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Great news in Wisconsin for anyone who believes the wealthy should pay more in taxes instead of continuing to be showered with the lion’s share of every tax cut Read more

Taking Liberties

With just a year to go before the 2014 gubernatorial election, one Democrat, Mary Burke, a Dane County businesswoman and former head of the Department of Commerce, has just publicly Read more

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Remember when it used to be considered really corrupt to buy elections in this country? You’d have to be so old, you’ve probably forgotten. Read more

Taking Liberties

D. Ellzey knows he isn’t the only 30-something rapper, but sometimes it can feel that way.“A lot of rappers my age may have a family, business interests, a whole life outside of rap, but for some reason when they enter the rap realm, they d... Read more

Music Feature

Playwright Horton Foote’s 1953 television play, The Trip to Bountiful, carries strength and beauty in its language. Better known for its 1985 film adaptation (starring Geraldine Page, who won the Best Actress Oscar), Bountiful is not only a... Read more