Results tagged with 'kickstarter'
Published Aug. 6, 2014
David Weiner spent a lot of time in software. It wasn't until recently that he launched Priority Bicycles -- a cheap, lightweight, and incredibly sexy line of bikes that have blown up all over the Internet. We talked to David about his inspiration behind Priority and, most importantly, why he left a lucrative career to start a bike company.
Published July 31, 2014
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Published June 11, 2014
Milwaukee's Wooldridge Brothers have a Kickstarter campaign running for a new record. No, wait. For two new records. Brian and Scott Wooldridge are hoping to raise $6,000 to fund a new record by their eponymous band, but also to make a new solo album by Scott -- who now lives in Minneapolis -- a reality.
Published May 2, 2014
Until now the "Fake A$$ Rappers" series of illustrations has only been shown for limited runs throughout Milwaukee. However, since the project has grown in scope, a new medium was necessary. "The book seemed like the best venue for them, especially since I'm adding so much more content 'about' the rappers," says artist Kristopher "Kpolly" Pollard. "Their albums, songs and sample lyrics. It'll be a lot of fun."
Published April 10, 2014
Want to drive without looking at your phone for directions? Matt Mueller has a solution for you. Or maybe you want the perfect tool to get your pickles out of that jar? Molly Snyder has you covered. These and more in this weeks #WeWant!
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Your generosity will fulfill '80s punk band Dairyland Youth's teenage dreams of playing to a capacity crowd in Asia! Dairyland Youth formed in 1986 in Wisconsin, by 4 teenage nerds in a basement, who imagined 27 years later to be invited to play anywhere- let alone a massive show in front of...
Now in our fourth year, Optimist Theatre’s Free Shakespeare in the Park is taking on a new challenge, new play, new partners, and a new location…
July of 2013, Optimist Theatre is pleased to present William Shakespeare’s comedy AS YOU LIKE IT.
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