by William Morder Sometimes a thousand twangling instruments Will hum about mine ears … -The Tempest In my dream, a white monster creeps behind me. Next, I am swallowed by inches. My head remains. Then I awaken in a sweat. Riverwest, my Storyville, crumbles at the edges. But the problem is much bigger. Radio is […]
Archive | July, 2002
Visitors to Eve will notice how Flux turned a cold material like steel into lush, organic creations: tables of white, weaving branches . . . unique angles and objects abound.
A five-alarm fire caused an estimated $3 to $4 million in property damage last month to several condominuim units under construction on Commerce Street. The buildings, which were unfinished, are owned by Legacy Real Estate Partners. Although police couldn’t pinpoint a cause, they are investigating suspected arson.
by Abigail M. Wolfe Take a visit to the North Exhibition Gallery of the Milwaukee Art Museum where “On Nature: Five Wisconsin Artists” features the work of Teresa Agnew, Dona Look, Nancy Mladenoff, Charles Radtke, Lane Hall and Lisa Moline.
Artists who just want a space of their own may have difficulty with the idea that their own way of life might drive them and other people out of the neighborhood. This special feature includes links to many readings on the web, excerpts from Milwaukee’s Housing Strategy, a poem about Chicago’s Wicker Park Yuppification, and […]