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Camera for Hire

When making arrangements to meet with Heidi Spencer, the filmmaker asked, “Wanna grab a beer?” Not having to be asked twice, I agreed to meet her at Paddy’s Pub, which showed movies on a huge screen behind us. As we sipped our pints of Guinness and smoked her American Spirits, Spencer talked about how she always wanted to put her music into films. After getting a C+ in her first film class, she dropped out of film school and traveled all over the country. After “hitting the end of the road so many times” at the age of 25, she decided to start over. She graduated with a BFA in Film at UWM this past December with high honors, and took first place in the Student Film Festival a couple years ago.

Posted inBusiness Spotlight

Shalem Healing

For Robert Fox, who recently moved his practice from Wauwatosa to Riverwest, it could also mean the balance of Eastern and Western healing traditions. Fox, who has a Master of Science degree from the Midwest College of Oriental Medicine in Racine, uses the Eastern approach to the body and healing along with Western science. “I use the ancient wisdom and the modern technology,” he explains.

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August 2005

1 MONDAY BREMEN CAFE:Open Mic 9pm CLUB TIMBUKTU:Live Jazz. Ian Duerr Trio. 7-10pm LINNEMANS:Poets Monday 7:30pm, Sigmund Snopek 10pm MIRAMAR THEATRE:Comedy Open Mic 8pm ONPOPA: The Mirrors, Hue Blanc’s Joyless Ones, Mildew 2 TUESDAY BREMEN CAFE:Mat Hendricks Experience 9:30pm CIRCLE A:Savage Jook JukeBox Challenge-Win drinks MIRAMAR THEATRE:Spoken Word Open Mic 8pm $2 3 WEDNESDAY ART […]

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Last Call

Well guys, what can I say? Lovely Assistant giveth and Lovely Assistant taketh away. I followed her to Milwaukee from that mythical land of row houses and narrow streets, the East Coast, and now I’m journeying on to that mythical land of flatness and a football team most people here would gladly rip to shreds with their bare hands if attacking a pro football player wasn’t such a great way to ensure that you’ll be drinking all of your beer through a straw for some time to come, Illinois. I’ll be sad to leave, but hey, let us not bow our heads in sorrow — let us bow them in drunkenness! One more time!