In the mid-20th Century, Milwaukee’s Walnut Street neighborhood (known as Bronzeville) was awash with bars, music clubs and restaurants patronized by people from all corners of the city-the joints were jumpin’! However, freeway development brought this vital community to a halt and erased all physical reminders of what once was.
Archive | April 2004
from Harvey Taylor, Riverwest Poet & Musician: The instrumental CD that Mike Link and I released last year, ‘Crossing The Bridge,’ got an enthusiastic review in the Shepherd-Express recently. For further info, reviews, 2 minute samples of the songs, and purchase, go to www.cdbaby.com, and enter the title into the search engine. A double CD, […]
FRIDAY, APRIL 9 OUR LADY OF DIVINE PROVIDENCE, 3PM Holy Week Service: Good Friday, at St. Casimir, Bremen & Clarke. WOODLAND PATTERN, 720 E. Locust, 5-8PM Artist Talk & reception: Katherine Ng. ONOPA, Center & Fratney Friday Fish Fry at The Bistro. Later on, Paul Cebar & The Milwaukeeans. LAKEFRONT BREWERY PALM GARDEN, Commerce St. […]