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Dead Man's Carnival rings it in

Published Dec. 26, 2013

For anyone looking for something other than live music or watching the big ball drop on New Year's Eve, the Dead Man's Carnival - a Milwaukee-based vaudevillian, circus and burlesque show - might be an appealing alternative.


Romero's classic "Night of the Living Dead" comes to life ... with puppets

Published Oct. 30, 2013

Not many people would associate classic horror with felt and handmade puppets. But for the last six years, Bill Olsen and his fellow puppeteers at Angry Young Men, Ltd. have found a way to bring the two together with hilariously spooky results, namely with a 30-minute rendition of George A. Romero's zombie masterpiece "Night of the Living Dead."


"Stop Making Sense" made perfect sense

Published Sept. 28, 2013

The 1984 concert movie "Stop Making Sense" featuring the Talking Heads, returned to the Oriental last night as part of the Milwaukee Film Festival's Sound Vision series. We walked into the theater with one question on our minds: would it be "same as it ever was"?


Local plaster caster adorns Milwaukee homes, landmarks

Published April 15, 2013

You'll find the plaster work of Eugene Orlandini, owner of Orlandini Studios in Walker's Point, at the Oriental Theater, Plaza Hotel, Central Library and many homes. His grandfather and uncle contributed to the Eagles Ballroom and the Marcus Center. Find out more about these talented, behind-the-scenes craftsmen and artists.

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