Results tagged with 'Milwaukeeans'
Published Dec. 6, 2012
This is the fourth installment of an occasional series about people in Milwaukee who should be much more famous than they are. Generally, they are people who haven't gotten the kind of recognition they deserve for the job they do. Onward!
Published March 15, 2012
A couple of years ago I was driving somewhere on a summer night, listening to the Brewers game on the radio. All of a sudden I heard Robin Yount's distinctive voice talking about a metal stamping company called Kapco Blue. I'm still not exactly sure what it is. What I am sure of is that Kapco is run by a man named Jim Kacmarcik, who is making quite a name for himself in the world of high-profile philanthropy in the Milwaukee area.
Published April 6, 2007
You donâ€™t need us to tell you who in the world Paul Cebar is. But we are here to let you know that the bard of the Milwaukee backbeat returns with a new CD with his crack band The Milwaukeeans.
Published June 15, 2006
With Father's Day approaching, prominent Milwaukeeans talk about their dads' influences on them and their careers. Read on for the dads of Bug Selig, Kathy Mykelby, Carrie Wendt, Eugene Kane, Larry Harris and more.
Published Nov. 6, 2001
"I'm trying to be both Gerry Goffin and the Shirelles," says Milwaukee's veteran soul man Paul Cebar, one of the city's best-loved and most respected musicians. He throws down, and builds it on up with Eric Beaumont.