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Fits, risqué findings and 'Full House.' Have mercy!
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Culture Club
From Russia with Love
Two very different comedies at American Players Theatre.
POSTED 8/26/2014 |  By Paul Kosidowski

Brew City
Fall Imbibing
A trip to Pennsylvania beer country. Plus Wisco's great Oktoberfest beers, and the upcoming Ervtoberfest.
POSTED 9/2/2014 |  By Dan Murphy

A Man for No Seasons
The 'November Man' is a grim, muddled mess.
POSTED 8/29/2014 |  By Tom Fuchs

Dish On Dining
C. Adams Bakery's Doughnut Dreams
The Milwaukee Public Market bakery will make those dreams a reality in October.
POSTED 8/29/2014 |  By Ann Christenson

Reviewing 'Expendables 3'
We're finally getting close to a real movie.
POSTED 8/27/2014 |  By Tom Fuchs

Brew City
Suds Talk
A second traveling beer garden, fruit beers, and a Tosa location of World of Beer.
POSTED 8/25/2014 |  By Dan Murphy

Reviewing 'Calvary'
'Calvary' walks the line between pitch-black comedy and drama.
POSTED 8/22/2014 |  By Tom Fuchs

Sports Nut
Q&A: Brandon Knight
We caught up with Bucks guard Brandon Knight at Milwaukee's Urban Day School, where he hosted a free youth basketball camp.
POSTED 8/20/2014 |  By Dan Shafer

Handle with Care
Wisconsin’s 65-and-older population is booming. With so many issues surrounding senior care, it’s important you know what lies on the road ahead.

The Palace
No building in Milwaukee is as carefully preserved as Miller Park. Should we pay for it?            
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