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Music - Oct. 2, 2015
Oral history: Reliving the legendary Springsteen bomb scare show
Milwaukee is a city rife with associations, from beer to brats, Hogs to "Happy Days." But for devoted fans of Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, Milwaukee means only one thing: the bomb scare show - that Thursday night in October 1975 when the band's Cream City concert was halted by a bomb threat and resumed three hours later, resulting in a high-energy show unlike any other the band would ever perform. Are you loose?!
Arts & Entertainment - Sept. 13, 2015
Splinter Group's "Bug" is a disturbing and frightening journey to madness
It's a rare moment when the first sound of a cricket can herald a passionate and directed descent into a chilling madness with one victim leading the other into a complex version of hell. But that's what happens in the distinguished production of Tracy Letts "Bug," which opened this weekend at Splinter Group under the direction of Jim Farrell.
Dining - Sept. 10, 2015
Milwaukee Cocktail Week features delicious options for food lovers
In addition to spirits, Milwaukee Cocktail Week offers plenty of great opportunities for cocktail-forward dining around Milwaukee. Check out this list of events to plan your week!
Bars & Clubs - Sept. 4, 2015
3 Milwaukee spots that put the "craft" in craft cocktails
How to avoid this: You walk into a snazzy looking bar, order a fancy cocktail, and the better part of a $20 bill later, you realize you just drank 4 ounces of swill you probably could have gotten for $5 for at a college bar.
Travel & Visitors Guide - Sept. 3, 2015
Grown-ups do The Dells
Research shows that 25 percent of The Dells' visitors come without children - and this number is increasing every season. So, how should adults "do The Dells"?

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The Drop
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