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KidZ Days At the Center
6/17/2014 - 8/21/2014
Marcus Center for the Performing Arts
929 N. Water St. Milwaukee
Kandinsky: A Retrospective
6/5/2014 - 9/1/2014
Milwaukee Art Museum
700 N. Art Museum Dr. Milwaukee
Tuesday Tastings
7/1/2014 - 9/2/2014

500 W Florida St Milwaukee

Music Notes
The Sugar Stems and Jeff Bridges
It's an eclectic week in Milwaukee music.
POSTED 8/18/2014 |  By Kevin Mueller

Pressroom Buzz
Man at the Top
CEO-To-Be Tim Stautberg carefully parses his plans for the new Journal Media Group.
POSTED 8/19/2014 |  By Erik Gunn

On the Marquee for the Week of Aug. 18, 2014
This week's cinema covers all ranges from adolescence to adulthood.
POSTED 8/19/2014 |  By Tom Fuchs

Brew City
The Best Summer Saisons
What to try before summer's end. Plus, a can't-miss beer dinner.
POSTED 8/18/2014 |  By Dan Murphy

Just Desserts: A Primary To Remember
What the gubernatorial candidates are thinking, and the problem with turnout.
POSTED 8/13/2014 |  By Claire Hanan

The Daily Mil
Redistricting and the Squeaker in WI-06
Safe district for Republicans has led to a brawl.
POSTED 8/13/2014 |  By Matt Hrodey

Brew City
More Lakefront to Love
A brewery's expansion, and the craft beer bubble.
POSTED 8/11/2014 |  By Dan Murphy

The Daily Mil
How Sheriff Clarke Won. Again.
Early results show the get-tough lawman sweeping the southern suburbs.
POSTED 8/13/2014 |  By Matt Hrodey

The Aftermath
The dust is still settling from the contentious 2011 battle over Act 10. And both sides are looking for ways to work together, despite lingering feelings of uncertainty and mistrust.

Crack of Dawn
We have nothing but accolades for these top-of-the-morning standouts, served up in geographic pecking order.
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