Archive | June 2004

Fancy This

by Judith Ann Moriarty You’re standing inside a giant kaleidoscope. The year is 2004, and the site is the Milwaukee Art Museum where you’ve come to indulge yourself (through June 20) in 200-plus items comprising “American Fancy: Exuberance in the Arts, 1790-1840.”…

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Patti Smith CD Review

by Jeremy Berg Patti Smith, never one to beat around the bush, lays it out on “Jubilee,” Trampin’s opening song: “Who dreams of joy and radiance? Who dreams of war and sacrifice?” Thought influences deed, how do you think?

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June

June is busting out, so go go to Luckystar’s June 5 benefit for the Hotboards, www.thehotboards.org, a Riverwest based non-profit to help at-risk youth learn the life skills skateboarding provides. 6 p.m. 207 E. Buffalo — the place to silently bid on decks painted by the likes of Von Munz, a Stonehouse named Tony, Adam […]

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Past Perfect

by Judith Ann Moriarty / photos by Vince Bushell The black and white postcard arrived from KM Art announcing “Lil’ Buddies: Memories We Always Wanted.” On the front, a composite photograph with (there on the left) four-year-old Mike Fredrickson squinting into the light. On the right, Mark Lawson, a sprite in short pants, cap askew, […]

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