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Kids & Family - Oct. 13, 2014
Back to the old (school)house after nearly 70 years
Though Jack Pettey's name isn't the biggest graffiti in the attic at Maryland Avenue School, for some reason it -- and the date, 1946 -- jumps out at you. When I snapped some photographs, Pettey's distinctive scrawl made it into the frame and his name was etched in my memory. Last week, I snapped another photo of it. This time, Pettey himself was in the picture.
Sports - Oct. 13, 2014
Rodgers makes the difference in Packers win
There is a reason why the Green Bay Packers paid Aaron Rodgers $110 million. There's a reason Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin (Rodgers' former offensive coordinator) wasn't sure if Ryan Tannehill was his starting quarterback a couple weeks ago. Rodgers proved his worth in a 24-23 last second victory over Miami.
Arts & Entertainment - Sept. 27, 2014
"The Color Purple" opens Rep season with powerhouse performances
The number "Hell No" may be at the heart of this play, but for the Milwaukee Rep's production of "The Color Purple," it's a "hell yes" if you want an evening of some of the best, warmest music you will see on stage all year.
Arts & Entertainment - July 11, 2014
"God of Carnage" is an impressive debut for Umbrella Group
There is something about watching people just like us begin to unravel and shrink into desperation and desolation that demands our attention. That's the attraction of "God of Carnage," the Yasmina Reza play serving as the first production of the new Umbrella Group.
Arts & Entertainment - June 14, 2014
"Dog Sees God" a divine summer miracle at Splinter Group
It was over six decades ago that Charles Schulz put pen to paper and created the Peanuts comic strip, featuring a mixed bag of kids who tumbled through life clutching blankets, sucking thumbs, playing tricks and staying kids. They are all grown up, however, in the dark play "Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead," the final play of the season for Splinter Group.

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