Sometimes, you can get the facts. Sometimes you just have to be content with reporting what you know. The bus appeared in Riverwest a couple of weeks ago. It was parked on Center Street. It was a big old yellow school bus, but it was painted black.
Archive | November 2004
Present Music, Milwaukee’s nationally and internationally acclaimed new music ensemble, is proud to present the world premiere of Henry Brant’s newly commissioned work, “Wind, Water, Clouds and Fire” on Nov. 19 and 20 at The Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist, 812 N. Jackson St.
THRU NOV 18 VIEUX ET NOUVEAU: Fishnet Galore. Photography exhibit by International Fashion Photographer, Carlos Henderson. 1688 N. Franklin Pl., 287-9049. THRU DEC 10 CENTRAL LIBRARY: Exhibit Frankenstein: Penetrating the Secrets of Nature. 1 MONDAY BREMEN CAFE: Open Mic. 9 PM. COA: Childcare: 6:30 AM-6 PM. Adult Basic Education/GED: 8:30 AM-3:30 PM. Computer Lab: 10 […]
Cancer is the most dreaded disease. Many of us have it — some don’t know it yet. Most of us fear getting it. Yet few of us know what it is, and even fewer of us have any idea of what causes it or how to cure it.
by Julia Kolker Some things in life should be done effectively, not efficiently, said Elliot Eisner, a Stanford University art and education professor, adding that making love or having a meal are not efficient activities. The crowd gathered at the Milwaukee Art Museum for an October 14 seminar loved the comment.