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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.


School of Rock crashing into Shorewood

Published Aug. 28, 2013

School Of Rock will open Saturday, Oct. 12 at 4050 N. Oakland Ave. in Shorewood. The franchise, owned by "Rock" Marasco will provide lessons for young people ages 8-18 and the opportunity to perform concerts in public.


Wild Space explores the concrete jungle with "Milwaukee 360°"

Published Sept. 11, 2012

Wild Space Dance Company has been bringing site-specific work to venues throughout Milwaukee for over 25 years. Their latest work, "Milwaukee 360°," endeavors to continue this tradition, staking temporary claim to The Brewery Parking Structure at 910 W. Juneau Ave. - and the dynamic visuals that come with it.


Celebrate John Cage centenary with sound

Published Aug. 24, 2012

Celebrate American composer, writer and philosopher John Cage's birthday centennial with a series of events sponsored by Woodland Pattern Book Center. The first is a "Literary Musicircus" at Riverside Park, where 50 people will simultaneously read from Cage's books.


Bucketworks provides creative space to fill up

Published March 29, 2004

"What it takes to make lasting, healthy change is bucket work," says James S. Carlson, the executive director of Bucketworks, a non-profit corporation aimed at enabling the healthy growth of people, ideas and communities.

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Tuesday November 13th, 2012 – Fox Lake, IL    If I had to focus all of my energy for the next couple of years on only one aspect of the standup comedy experience, without a doubt it would be finding and securing quality places to perform at on a regular basis. That’s IT. ...


In 2008 Louisa Loveridge-Gallas, Bill Murtaugh, & I sat stymied. Nothing sounded right. Finally the title for our performance at Schwartz Bookshop popped into our minds: MUD, SWEAT, AND TEARS. Mud is Earth, sweat is work, tears are emotions, and then there's the wordplay. ...

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