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From Gambino to Garfunkel
Milwaukee is musically lucky this St. Paddy's week  
Music Notes  | Tyler Maas  | 3/17/2014
Top 10 Picks For February 2014
Reunions, festival announcements, videos, new albums, and international attention  
Music Notes  | Tyler Maas  | 2/28/2014
Morning Links for Feb. 12, 2014
We came up with a few words for Old Man Winter.  
The Daily Mil  | Howie Magner  | 2/12/2014
Morning Links for Jan. 29, 2014
Where the State of the Union and Super Bowl Media Day collide.  
The Daily Mil  | Howie Magner  | 1/29/2014
Rod Stewart’s Tiny Worlds
The man can sing, but he can also build one heckuva model railroad. How a Waukesha-based magazine broke the story.  
Pressroom Buzz  | Erik Gunn  | 1/28/2014
Album Review: Old Earth 'All Kill'
Thirteen-minute release finds experimental folk fixture at his finest.  
Music Notes  | Tyler Maas  | 1/24/2014
Earth, Moon and Space
MKE hosts a '60s heartthrob, seminal shoegaze and San Diego psych rock.  
Music Notes  | Tyler Maas  | 1/20/2014
Canadian Contemporaries and Regional Reunions
The Benjamins, Alligator Gun and Subside return for Pablove's sake.  
Music Notes  | Tyler Maas  | 1/10/2014
Pink, Lauded Locals and a King-Sized Tribute
Milwaukee's music schedule is worth braving the cold.  
Music Notes  | Tyler Maas  | 1/6/2014
Natural Selection
As the head of the Department of Natural Resources, Cathy Stepp is gung ho on building bridges to businesses and boosting customer service to sportsmen. But after a string of political blunders, many fear the agency is drifting too far from its fundamental mission.  
Feature Story  | Maggie Ginsberg-Schutz  | 1/3/2014