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May 2006 Volume 31 Number 5   Departments Outfront Stories – bizarre, gripping, appetizing. By Bruce Murphy   Mail Voices from beyond our walls.   Events An opera for Verdi lovers. Hotcakes in Riverwest (that’s art, not food) and a disquieting play about infidelity.   Insider A nixed school and Brew City Bruiser. Freeway ferment […]

May 2006

Volume 31

Number 5

 

Departments

Outfront

Stories – bizarre, gripping, appetizing.

By Bruce Murphy

 

Mail

Voices from beyond our walls.

 

Events

An opera for Verdi lovers. Hotcakes in Riverwest (that’s art, not food) and a disquieting play about infidelity.

 

Insider

A nixed school and Brew City Bruiser. Freeway ferment and sound survival.

 

Pressroom

Our daily paper needs a sports columnist – bad.

By Alex Runner

 

Reviews

Butter churns, Alaska-vision, corned beef and Chablis music.

 

Gossip

Local people – and turtles – doing interesting things.

 

Column: Murphy’s Law

The sobering consequences of school choice.

By Bruce Murphy

 

Column: In Public

Lessons learned from storefront churches.

By Tom Bamberger

 

Savvy City

Style

Duds for the whole family.

 

Where to Shop

For home furnishings, shoes, creative kids’ stuff.

 

Real Estate

Elm Grove’s French chateau, and the buy-vs.-rent debate.

 

Column: Health What guys need to think about their bones.

By Janine S. Pouliot

 

Dining

Four quick-bite reviews and our better-than-ever restaurant listings.

 

Endgame

An influence peddler who represents the sick union of campaign donations and politicians.

By Erik Gunn

 

Features

Keepers of the Flame

The annual story that has cemented us as “serious about dining.” As in, 25 top restaurants and 5 hot newcomers serious.

By Ann Christenson

 

Blood Simple

Freed from prison after a DNA test proved his innocence. Steven Avery is back in jail, charged with an even more heinous crime. The most encompassing take on this freakish tale yet.

By Kurt Chandler

 

The Good Soldier

Meet a former Lebanese military man who lost a leg and found a new calling in life.

By Alex Runner

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