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James Foley's parents are asking political candidates to apologize for using images of their son in campaign advertising.
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Dish On Dining
Company Brewing to Replace Stonefly
The Riverwest space will house a restaurant/brewing facility co-owned by Bavette's Karen Bell.
POSTED 10/22/2014 |  By Ann Christenson

Music Notes
Field Report and Milo
Plus Yo-Dot, Reggie Bonds and The Midwestern Charm.
POSTED 10/20/2014 |  By Kevin Mueller

On the Marquee
The LGBT festival continues along with Ghostface, Sherlock Holmes and an exciting feature film debut.
POSTED 10/21/2014 |  By Tom Fuchs

Evaluating "Fury"
Brad Pitt’s gritty "Fury" doesn't necessarily signify nothing.
POSTED 10/20/2014 |  By Tom Fuchs

Brew City
Braking for Beer
Beer road trips, the new Malt Shoppe and more.
POSTED 10/20/2014 |  By Dan Murphy

Cut Lines for Oct. 17, 2014
A grand opening and gallery night happenings.
POSTED 10/17/2014 |  By Claire Hanan

Culture Club
Stephens sings Sondheim
And Other Theatrical Diversions in the Friday Five for Oct. 17.
POSTED 10/17/2014 |  By Paul Kosidowski

Wurm and the Future of Tinkering
Not only does development of the aging, online game, predecessor to Minecraft, continue apace, it’s still the closest thing we have to the future, today.
POSTED 10/16/2014 |  By Matt Hrodey

Reasons to Love Milwaukee
Our annual love letter to the city.

The Making Of A Family Portrait
How a long, arduous adoption path stretched from Milwaukee to Haiti -- and back.
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