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10 a.m. at Wustum Art Museum, 2519 Northwestern Ave., Racine, WI 53404
12 p.m. at Aligned Modern Wellness - Hales Corners

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The UW System could face a budget cut resulting in $300 million in lost revenue - although the number is still uncertain - as well as sweeping changes that might imperil the engrained traditions of shared governance and tenure. In addition, there are moves to make the UW a "public authority" - more autonomous from [...] The post UW Could Face $300 Million Revenue Loss, Changes to Tenure, Shared Governance appeared first on Media Milwaukee.

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Scott Walker's Program
The "Scott Walker thing" in question is the plan our governor is putting in his budget to allow people with "real-life experience" to become licensed public school teachers, potentially without even a lick of training, student teaching, or other assurance that those people know a single thing about teaching. It's easy to guess why Walker is proposing such a thing -- I'll get to that in a minute -- but let me explain why I agree with my student teacher that it's a terrible idea.
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The Delta Routine
Milwaukee's The Delta Routine has a new record out and "You and Your Lion" is the fourth record in about the same number of years - an impressive string for a local band. Fronted by Nick Amadeus, The Delta Routine doses its poppy garage grit with Americana roots to create a thoroughly Midwestern sound, fueled in part by the slashing guitar of local veteran Mike Hoffmann. We recently asked them about making "You and Your Lion."
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500 Meals
There's a dining establishment in Milwaukee where you probably have never eaten. It has a kitchen which regularly serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. The chef happily accommodates special requests, dietary needs and a variety of budgets. And he and his staff regularly serve fare that wouldn't be out of place in many of the city's best restaurants.
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Jing's
Milwaukee has hundreds of good restaurants that sell great meals and offer great service. But there are very few places, if any, that offer a side dish of serenity along with your entree. Jing's, a tiny, lovely Chinese restaurant on Buffalo Street in the Third Ward, is the place.

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