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Is It Time to Reform the Milwaukee Police? Is It Time to Reform the Milwaukee Police?By LISA KAISERven before a Milwaukee police officer fatally shot Sylville Smith on Aug. 13 and unrest erupted in the Sherman Park neighborhood, a community coalition was forming to address police-community relatio
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Broadway hit Elf visited the Marcus Center By Anne SiegelGrowing up, Buddy thinks of himself as an elfalthough a rather tall one. At 30, Buddy is finally told the truth about his birth. Oddly, Santa knows the name and workplace of Buddys father (his mother died years earlier). Well, Santa must kno
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The music of Rudolph the Red- Nosed Reindeer By Harry CherkinianRobert Penolas well-penned script adaptation is faithful down to the smallest movement by the tiniest elf, and director Jeff Frank magically conjures this timeless story of outsiders becoming heroesand being accepted in the processinto
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Milwaukee Chamber Theatres Lobby Hero Milwaukee Chamber Theatres Lobby HeroBy Russ Bickerstaff In Milwaukee Chamber Theatres staging, Chris Klopatek maintains a casually organic intensity as Jeff. Hes caught up in the bewildering moral, professional and interpersonal complexity of reporting w
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Paganini Also Played Guitar By Rick WaltersNiclo Paganini was one of the great virtuosos of the 19th century and is most known for flashy works for violin, but he also played guitar and owned several in his lifetime. His Sonata Concertata for Violin and Guitar shows a more intimate
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Performing Arts Week PERFORMING ARTS WEEKSome two dozen of us are installed among the galleries on the ground floor of the Haggerty Art Museum at Marquette University. We are differently abled: some well-trained dancers, some folks confined to wheelchairs, some middle aged or
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This Week In Milwaukee THIS WEEK IN MILWAUKEEWhile frontman Cullen Omori set off on a solo career after the breakup of the Chicago power-pop ensemble Smith Westerns, his former bandmates Max Kakacek and Julien Ehrlich started a new group called Whitney. That unassuming band nam
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Early Music Now Concert Dispels Winter Darkness By John Jahnhe St. Paul, Minn.-based Rose Ensemble has travelled the world from its beginning, sharing its expertise in and love for medieval and Renaissance music.
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The Gift of Music The Gift of MusicMusic makes a great gift and has become more than a stocking stuffer, given the bulk of the career-spanning LP-CD box sets being released. And for some background on the people behind the music something deeper than the average Wikipedia
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Writing About Food: The Best Of 2016 WRITING ABOUT FOOD: THE BEST OF 2016By David LuhrssenFood seems to have replaced the arts as the main topic of cultural discussion, and one hopes that foodies are hungry for something a bit more substantial than the average Yelp comment.
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