Whitefish Bay

With many Milwaukee County suburbs developing at what seems to be a rapid pace, little has changed in the quaint village throughout the years. Read more

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Ruthie answers a question from a reader looking for tips on how to look her holiday best on a budget. Read more

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Milwaukee is unique for its large number of still-operating movie theaters from the golden era of cinema. Read more

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Milwaukee Musaik’s “Chamber Orchestra Extravaganza" takes place in Schwan Concert Hall of Wisconsin Lutheran College; Bel Canto Chorus and four vocal soloists perform Mendelssohn’s oratorio, Elijah; Waukesha Choral Union and featured sol... Read more

Performing Arts Weekly

“Itwas a gift in disguise. An opportunity to reinvent ourselves, our lives and ourlandscape. It was an amazing opportunity to infuse our dreams with our values,and create a vision of a liberated, artistic future. How often in life do youget a.. Read more

Happening Now

Back in 1969, Woody Allen was just beginning a career in filmmaking. He’d been writing for TV comedy for nearly two decades. That year he starred in Play It Again, Sam: a show on Broadway that he’d written. He essentially played a version of.. Read more



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Located in Whitefish Bay on East Silver Spring Drive, The Bay is a comfortable and casual restaurant with an authentic neighborhood vibe. It serves eclectic American fare for lunch and dinner, seven days a week. Read more

Dining Out

So there’s this tenth anniversary party. Guests arrive and the husband has shot himself in the head and the wife is nowhere to be found. It’s called Rumors . It’s a farce by Neil Simon. It’s also a lot of fun. Evidently Simon wanted to write som.. Read more


NeilHaven’s Stuck is a really funexploration of human connection. A quirky agoraphobic spends her time almostexclusively in an elevator as an elevator operator at a retro-themed hotel.She’s afraid to ever leave the elevator for longer than i.. Read more


WhitefishBay’s venerable Bay Players have a sharp season coming up on the otherside of summer. The official announcement went out earlier this month. Amongthem is the work of a locally born playwright.JayPresson Allen’s 1968 comedy Forty Car.. Read more


If you believe in representative democracy, then last week was pretty brutal. The U.S. Supreme Court struck down aggregate campaign limits to federal candidates, which inevitably will do away with Wisconsin’s Read more

Issue of the Week

Both candidates for this seat on the bench are highly qualified. We went beyond our endorsement committee and discussed this election and the candidates with a sampling of legal professionals Read more

News Features

Freshness is key when buying olive oil. An olive is at its peak the moment it is picked from a tree, so every month that olive oil sits on a shelf, it breaks down, its flavor... Read more

Dining Preview

In and amidst all of the companies that form the local theatre scene, it can often be easy to forget about one of the greater Milwaukee area’s longest-running theatre traditions. Having staged its first production in March of 1951, The Bay Player.. Read more


Wednesday, December 22, 2010, Mi.Key's is throwing a Christmas in your Pajamas party from 9pm until midnight. So wear your favorite X-Mas pajamas! Hosted by Santas Little Helpers, with DJ Max Percy. Enjoy $5 Apple Cider Martinis among other... Read more

Happening Now

Politicians sometimes paint themselves into corners where they have to choose between doing something stupid or committing the dreaded political sin of flip-flopping.That is the absurd position Gov.-elect Scott Walker has put himself in on ... Read more

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Santiago de Cali is Colombia’s third-largest city and the dance capital of that South American country. It is the home of the National Ballet of Colombia and its professional dance academy. In June, Cali hosted the fourth International Ball... Read more

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In his role as Milwaukee’s first bicycle and pedestrian coordinator, Dave Schlabowske has guided the city to a Bronze-Level Bicycle-Friendly Community designation from the League of American Bicyclists. He is currently working to finalize a... Read more

Off the Cuff

The Milwaukee Admirals take on the Peoria Rivermen tonight at a 7 p.m. Bradley Center game that will feature performances from jocular area singer-songwriter Pat McCurdy. The first 5,000 fans will also receive trading cards. Read more

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