Archive | July, 2003

July 2003

THRU JULY 7 WOODLAND PATTERN: Photo Exhibit. Riverwest: Everybody’s Neighborhood. Photos by John Ruebartsch. THRU JULY 25 Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum: Portraits and landscapes by Diane McKay. JULY 6- august 10 CHARLES ALLIS ART MUSEUM: Photography by mother and son duo Sally and Andrew Duback. 1 TUESDAY BI DEFINITION: Milwaukee’s bisexual community organization, open […]

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One Drum: A Review

by Jeremy Berg At first it seems that Shank Hall is the wrong venue for One Drum. There are tables and chairs right up front, and if ever there was a band to get up and dance to, it’s One Drum. Inside of 20 minutes, though, I’m proved wrong…

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Picking Away at the Bremen Cafe

by Thomas Durkin On any given night, several venues provide Milwaukee music aficionados with a variety of choices when it comes to live music. With most places charging reasonable covers, the opportunity to see and hear live acts is readily available. One spot worth stopping is the Bremen Cafe. On Monday nights, friendly crowds gather […]

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All One or None

“Alright, now we’re going to lift up the parachute over our heads and then take two steps forward and all the five year olds are going to run across to the other side, got it?” And so they did. Eudemon was at Ralph Bronner’s 167th birthday party. . .

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The Milwaukee Venue Project

by Jeremy Berg Teenagers, perhaps more than any other social group, are always on the lookout for somewhere to go, something to do, somewhere to be. Here in Beer City, that’s not always easy to find. The members of the Milwaukee Venue Project (MVP) are of the opinion that a change is necessary.

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