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Arts & Entertainment - July 15, 2014
Milwaukee has a big impact on Illinois Shakespeare Festival
In Wisconsin, we have the world class American Players Theatre, called by many the best in the country. The Illinois Shakespeare Festival is moving in that direction, and with a gorgeous space on gorgeous grounds, an easy three-hour drive for Milwaukee Shakespeare fans would be a worthy summer trip.
Milwaukee Buzz - May 21, 2014
The Norman fire burns in the memories of former residents
Over the course of a year, senior writer Molly Snyder conducted research into the Milwaukee phenomenon that was The Norman - once located at 634 W. Wisconsin Ave. - speaking with firefighters and police, and interviewing numerous residents of the iconic building who shared stories from before the fire, the day of the blaze and how they were affected by it.
Living - May 15, 2014
The mainstreaming of sex shaming sex workers
Sex shaming is officially mainstream. I mean, it always has been; it has just been one of those things that is a constant pain, but a bearable one. Every once in a while Jezebel will post an article how they were outraged about so-and-so's behavior, but then quickly move onto things like James Franco's paintings of Seth Rogen, but this is something that cannot be ignored.
Sports - May 15, 2014
Bucks' rebuilding process off to slow start
The annual NBA pre-draft combine is being held in Chicago and it's the start of perhaps the most important draft evaluation process in the franchise history of the Milwaukee Bucks. The new ownership group has just been approved however, which has stifled excitement.
Milwaukee Buzz - April 17, 2014
Jacobina Rautenberg: The lush that made Milwaukee famous
Jacobina Rautenberg's repeated arrests for public drunkenness from the late 1890s up to her death in 1935 made headlines and, consequently, her first name became as familiar in its own right around town as Pabst, Miller and Schlitz.

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Dec. 31, 2014 7:30 p.m. at UW-Washington County
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The Good Father
Sept. 17, 2014 7:30 p.m. - Oct. 12, 2014 at Studio Theatre
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America the Beautiful
In 2004 alone, Americans spent $12.4 billion on cosmetic ...
A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas
The new comedy picks up six years after the duo's last ad...
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WALL-E
After hundreds of lonely years of doing what he was built...
Sleepless in Seattle
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