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Shift switch: A role in "The Nutcracker," part two

Published Dec. 24, 2013

The editors have a history of hanging up their word-smithing for a few hours and experiencing a completely different type of work. We then write about the experience in this series, called Shift Switch. This weekend, I was given the chance to be an extra in the Milwaukee Ballet's performance of "The Nutcracker."


Take me to work with you

Published Sept. 18, 2011 has a about a dozen articles that are a part of a series called "Shift Switch," which involves the writers taking a "shift" at a job that is very different from our usual editorial gig and then writing about the experience.


Shift Switch: Milwaukee Police officer on the K-9 Unit

Published Aug. 22, 2011

One of the most versatile officers on the Milwaukee Police force doesn't eat all day, understands German as his first language and works for free. While he's not a human cop, Dasty the German Shepherd proves his value every day to his handler, Officer Todd Johnson, as well as to the rest of MPD. We spent the day riding along with this duo, and the experience was eye-opening.


Shift Switch: Producer of a Brewers TV broadcast

Published Aug. 2, 2011

The next time you're watching a Brewers game on TV and you find yourself cursing the broadcast because you didn't see the replay you wanted, just stop. Because, chances are, you have no idea what goes into the production of every Brewers game broadcast on Fox Sports Wisconsin. Publisher Andy Tarnoff spent a day shadowing Chris Withers and he quickly realized the job is very, very hard work.


Shift Switch: Used record shop clerk

Published April 16, 2011

In honor of the fourth annual Record Store Day on Saturday, April 16, 2011, we dig into the archives to salute indie record stores with this article. Spending an afternoon at Bull's Eye Records, working alongside owner Luke Lavin as a clerk, I'd come full circle back to my first job ... in a record store. And, no, its nothing like "High Fidelity."

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