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15 things to look forward to in 2015

Published Jan. 6, 2015

A new year, and plenty to look forward to; not only in Milwaukee, but all around you. While there are way more than just 15 things to look forward to, here's an initial list that at least forms a nice headline: 15 for '15.

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OnMilwaukee.com recommends, Nov. 26, 2011

Published Nov. 26, 2011

Do you need some motivation to work off those extra Turkey Day calories? Searching for a few good gifts or just a little something nice for yourself? Look no further than this week's OnMilwaukee.com Recommends.

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Album covers have immortalized many non-rockers

Published Feb. 28, 2011

News that one-time Dylan muse Suze Rotolo has died led to a chat about how many knew her strictly from her appearance on the cover of Bob Dylan's 1963 LP, "The Freewhelin' Bob Dylan." That record showed Dylan and Rotolo arm in arm, strolling up Jones Street toward West 4 in the Village in New York. It's become an iconic image of rock and roll and of the folk scene in downtown Manhattan.

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Rock & roll gift idea: Books about U2 & guitars

Published Dec. 22, 2010

Backbeat Books publishes books about rock and roll and the instruments used to make it all year long. So, if there's a rock fan on your list, the publisher -- owned by Milwaukee's Hal Leonard -- has three new books to consider.

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Gig roundup: U2Zoo film screens here

Published Dec. 6, 2010

After making inroads throughout the upper Midwest as a tribute to Dublin's finest, Milwaukee's U2Zoo was recently the subject of a 30-minute documentary. The band returns to the familiar ground of Shank Hall this week to play and to screen the film for the first time in Milwaukee.

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Harry Chapin

Sunday July 17th, 2011 - Kenosha, WI   I read a blurb somewhere that this weekend marks the 30th anniversary of Harry Chapin losing his life in a car accident. He was only 38. I liked his music well enough, but what I really was and still am a fan of were his humanitarian efforts. That ...


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