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Milwaukee Buzz - May 20, 2015
Voter ID education seeks to avoid disenfranchisement
According to Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service, on a recent Saturday morning, John Hill opened Hill's Campaign Headquarters Store at 7984 W. Appleton Ave. - a place people know as the "Old Obama Office" - for an information session to educate residents on Wisconsin's voter ID requirements.
Bars & Clubs - May 11, 2015
Bay View meeting clarifies At Random sale situation, takes community input
Monday evening, Ald. Tony Zielinski held a community meeting in order to address the recent rumors and speculation concerning the potential sale of At Random - in addition to five other buildings held by the same owner - and to take community input concerning the neighborhood bar.
Dining - April 22, 2015
In search of the perfect coffee
Here's my plan: buy a pound of whole bean coffee, brew a pot, sample the wares, and let my taste buds be the judge, jury, and executioner -- then buy in bulk when the flavor hits on all cylinders. This venture might take a while. I'm really in no hurry. I'm already a decade-plus in. This is a case of the destination being much more than simply the sum of all its parts.
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Milwaukee Buzz - April 20, 2015
6 reasons why more Wisconsinites are annoyed with Walker
More Wisconsinites are ticked off at Gov. Scott Walker than they were last year. That's what a new poll found a couple of days ago. True, it's only one poll. And a month is forever in politics. And some people might be annoyed at Walker but will still vote for him again down the road (depending on his opponents). But there's no question that the swing in support is significant, at least as a snapshot of now.
Arts & Entertainment - April 15, 2015
MU's "The Bald Soprano" presents a classic play with a touch of "Star Trek" tech
Eugene Ionesco's 1950 play "The Bald Soprano" - the first the famed playwright ever wrote - is an absurdist classic. It's one of the most performed shows in France with a permanent repertory spot at Theatre de la Huchette since 1957 and a large number of interpretations. It's safe to say, however, that few to none of those interpretations featuring digital actors getting beamed in like "Star Trek" characters.

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Milwaukee Buzz - June 19, 2011
Reader blog Raising Cain

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Rosewater
This film follows the Tehran-born Bahari, a 42-year-old b...
Charlie Bartlett
Charlie Bartlett has been kicked out of every private sch...