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Movies & TV - June 22, 2017
Oscar-winning composer Hurwitz brings "La La Land" back to where he grew up
Before the curtain rises on the MSO's live performance at the Riverside, we chatted with Oscar-winning "La La Land" composer Justin Hurwitz about learning and loving music in Milwaukee, as well as making a musical movie sensation.
Movies & TV - June 22, 2017
Last call for "Blazing Saddles," "Batman" and more on Netflix in July
From comedy classics to Oscar winners and campy comic book originals, here's the full list of all of the movies those sidewindin', bushwackin', hornswagglin', cracker croakers at Netflix are getting rid of next month.
Living - June 21, 2017
WCBA's Tour of Homes spotlights houses and the future of the jobs that made them
When the WCBA opens up its 47th annual Tour of Homes event next month, it won't just be modeling some lovely houses. It'll also be modeling a future for area students in the very skilled trades that built and crafted those homes.
Arts & Entertainment - June 21, 2017
Comedian John Mulaney adds second Riverside show
Last week, the Riverside announced that comedian John Mulaney would perform at the theater on Friday, Sept. 15 at 7 p.m. And apparently, it was news so nice, the Riverside decided to do it twice, adding a second show this morning.
Dining - June 20, 2017
Milwaukee Public Market renews Moo & Brew anew for you on June 22
Celebrate National Dairy Month - otherwise known in Wisconsin as any of the 12 months of the year - with Moo & Brew, a local cheese, ice cream and beer tasting hosted at the Milwaukee Public Market on Thursday, June 22.
Music - June 20, 2017
The Killers hit The Rave on Aug. 2
For those hoping to creep an early peak at the alt-Americana rockers potential Lollapolooza setlist, The Killers announced today that the band will play The Rave on Wednesday, Aug. 2, barely 48 hours before its major Lolla appearance.
Movies & TV - June 20, 2017
Behind Milwaukee Film's big move to the Oriental Theatre
We chatted with Milwaukee Film executive and artistic director Jonathan Jackson to learn when and why the organization decided to expand, its plans for the Oriental - on screen and off - and, most importantly, if "Rocky Horror" will survive the swap.
Movies & TV - June 20, 2017
88Nine Radio Milwaukee starts first all-local music radio channel and stream
This morning, starting at 6 a.m., 88Nine officially brought on air, a new HD2 broadcast channel - as well as mobile and online stream - entirely dedicated to playing Milwaukee music.
Movies & TV - June 20, 2017
"The Bachelorette" Rose Rundown: Blimps, spelling bees and big drama
The NBA Finals may have delayed the new episode of "The Bachelorette" for just a week, but it sure felt longer. The show came back Monday night, though, with big blimps, big boats and big drama.
Movies & TV - June 18, 2017
Milwaukee Film will operate the Oriental Theatre starting in July 2018
This morning, Milwaukee Film announced that the organization acquired a 31-year lease for the Oriental Theatre, with plans to begin operating the legendary local movie palace as a year-round, non-profit cinema in July of 2018.
Bars & Clubs - June 16, 2017
Hidden Gems: The Gig
The Gig isn't located on an island, but it might as well be. And yet for the past 16 years, neighbors in the little Riverwest suburb have sought out the music-themed bar's cool, calm and cozy drama-devoid vibe.
Festival Guide - June 16, 2017
"Jimmy Kimmel Live" to help live stream select Summerfest 50 shows
The Big Gig announced that it will live stream select festival performances across the globe via the ABC late night talk show's newly launched music site, Jimmy Kimmel Live Music.
Music - June 16, 2017
Lorde will kick off her new North American tour in Milwaukee in March
In addition to releasing "Melodrama," the much-anticipated sophomore follow-up to her hit debut album, "Pure Heroine," Lorde also announced tour dates for the North American leg of her upcoming tour - opening right here in Milwaukee on March 1.
Arts & Entertainment - June 15, 2017
New Rosenblatt exhibit pays tribute to the enthusiastic expert on the everyday
Even after his death, Adolph Rosenblatt's life - and the vibrant life he captured in clay - endures in a new exhibit, "Moments & Markers: An Adolph Rosenblatt Retrospective," hosted at the Jewish Museum Milwaukee beginning Friday, June 16.
Arts & Entertainment - June 15, 2017
UPAF wraps up its 50th anniversary with a new fundraising record
This year, the United Performing Arts Fund (UPAF) celebrated its 50th anniversary, but as its 2017 campaign wrapped up last night, the organization wound up with something else to celebrate: a new fundraising record.
Arts & Entertainment - June 15, 2017
Comedian John Mulaney will perform at the Riverside on Sept. 15
Oh, hello! This morning, the Riverside Theater announced that stand-up comedian John Mulaney will hit the Milwaukee venue on Friday, Sept. 15, making his first visit to the Cream City since a 2013 Turner Hall Ballroom gig.
Movies & TV - June 14, 2017
Behind the scenes of PBS's "Ask This Old House" in Bay View
The long-running home improvement show "Ask This Old House" came to Bay View on Tuesday afternoon to shoot a new segment, in what was almost certainly the most exciting plumbing visit in the city's history.
Movies & TV - June 14, 2017
After seven seasons, it's "fin" for Point Fish Fry & A Flick
It's been a bad summer for movies - both in Hollywood and now in Milwaukee, as Point Fish Fry & A Flick, an outdoor movie series and community dinner hosted on the Lakefront by Discovery World, announced that it will not return for 2017.
Festival Guide - June 14, 2017
Summerfest 50 offers $5 tickets for Throwback Thursday
Summerfest isn't done with getting you in the gates on Thursday, June 29, for a steal. This morning, the Big Gig announced that it will offer Throwback Thursday admission tickets for just $5.
Bars & Clubs - June 13, 2017
Watch: Zima is back - but how does it taste?
In the name of journalism - your move, New York Times - we bought a six-pack, gathered on a couch and knocked back a couple of Zimas (and a bag of Skittles, natch) to find out if the clear beverage's comeback was worth it.
Tagged with: Miller, Zima, drinks
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