Archive | September 2004

The Art of Accessibility

by Andrea Erickson-Davis / photo by JennyMarie Farris When 1290 WMCS-AM radio station’s management wanted to do something special to commemorate their 25th anniversary of programming for Milwaukee’s African-American community, they envisioned a 20×24-foot historical depiction of the great stories, communicators, and radio station owners to be mounted on the exterior west wall of the […]

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1 WEDNESDAY BREMEN CAFE: Mid-week Mountain Music: 9 PM. CIRCLE A: Freeform w/Insomniac. CLINTON ROSE SENIOR CENTER: Dancebusters Dance Group: 9-11 AM. Bingo: 10-11 AM. PACE (People With Arthritis Can Exercise) class: 9:30-11:30 AM. COA: Adult Basic Education/GED: 8:30 AM-3:30 PM. Family Center: 9:30-11:30 AM. Computer Lab: 10 AM-12 PM. Creative Playground: 2:30-6:30 PM. Childcare: […]

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Copy Cat

by Judith Ann Moriarty Eric Lunde was a bad boy from Rhinelander, born in 1960. He admits his youth was wasted abusing diverse drugs, trying to kick diverse drugs, and working diverse menial jobs. One could say he was “saved by art” when he moved here to study it at UW-Milwaukee, which isn’t to say […]

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By Brian Kalish Let me just start out by saying that I’ve tried to give Shakespearean theater a fair shake. Really, I have. I’ve seen a handful of plays at American Players Theater in Spring Green and actually enjoyed some of them; A Comedy of Errors and As You Like It come to mind. However, […]

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When Anything is Everything

by Julia Kolker / photos by Tess Reiss On a sunny July morning, a group of seniors with physical disabilities draw on a sidewalk outside the old St. Mary’s school in Bay View. Wielding bright, egg-shaped chalks, they let their imagination loose. One man draws bugs. Another, leaning forward in his wheelchair, sketches an elaborate […]

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