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Marketplace - April 17, 2014
#WeWant: Bridgestone golf balls, Mother's Day tea set, jojoba oil and more
You know your mom deserves the very best, so maybe the Mother's Day tea party set will make sure she fully knows your love. Itching to hit the links? These golf balls should be the ones you tee up. These great wants and more in this week's #WeWant.
Music - April 16, 2014
Commander Tang rocking up the block and into the rest of the city
You never know where you might meet your future bandmates. Maybe you'll meet them through a mutual friend. Maybe it'll be a chance meeting in a railway station. Maybe you'll meet them half a world away. That certainly wasn't the case with Milwaukee rock outfit Commander Tang. In fact, George Phillips didn't even have to leave his front lawn or his Washington Heights block.
Movies & TV - April 15, 2014
Arnie's comeback turns ugly in "Sabotage"
"Sabotage" finds Arnold Schwarzenegger briefly pushing his persona in a new direction. It's not simply that the film is unexpectedly more murder mystery than action thriller; "Sabotage" is easily the meanest, most vulgar and most violent movie on Arnold's resume. Credit where credit is due for trying something new, but considering the film's brainlessly scummy ugliness, it qualifies merely as a not-quite-noble failure.
Music - April 15, 2014
Third Coast meets Pacific Coast with local pop singer Corey Pieper
Even though Corey Pieper's latest single "One More Time" isn't conventional Milwaukee, it's obvious the up-and-coming pop singer has love for his home city. The musician namedrops "the 414" near the beginning of the track, and the regional callouts - along with shout outs to his Hawaiian heritage - aren't merely for show.
Music - April 14, 2014
The third time in Milwaukee is the charm for indie folk band Wake Owl
When Wake Owl first arrived in town, they were at the bottom of a three-band bill at the Cactus Club with their freshly released debut EP, "Wild Country." Since then, their crowds and popularity have only grown, moving up to a $10 Pabst Pub gig last June and now a Friday night headliner gig at Turner Hall Ballroom. And instead of a five-song EP, Cameron and company arrive with a brand new full album, "The Private World of Paradise."

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Sawdust Symphony
April 21, 2014 7:30 p.m. at VIA Downer

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Bustin' Bonaparte (The Story of an African Farm)
Three young children live carefree lives under the hot Af...