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September 2013: Fall Arts Guide

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Fall Arts Guide
Mil-town culture vultures have 77 reasons to cheer.
Edited by Tim McCormick

The Pitch
School rivalries have hit the next level. The newly expanded era of school “choice” is pushing administrators, faculty and students to the limit when it comes to promoting their institution as the best option. Who will survive as the playing field – frequently shifted by state budgets and bills – seesaws beneath the scrum?
By Larry Sussman

Moody Hues
Your wardrobe is begging for some fall attention. And these intricate patterns and rich colors will get you some attention.
By Claire Hanan

INSIDER

Sweet Onion
Why the faux news empire love Milwaukee more than Madison.
By Matt Hrodey

The Red Phone
Are teleconferencing events held by Ron Johnson and other Republicans the future of town hall meetings – or a regression.
By Larry Sandler

Dramatic Personae
If star athletes are akin to start entertainers, then Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun has daramatic skills rivaling those of Daniel Day-Lewis.
By Matt Hrodey

The Condo Crunch
Looking for a new Downtown condo? Get in line.
By Kristine Hansen

Brain Waves
New research shows social interaction therapy can change how the brain works in children with autism.
By Jenna Kashou

ESSAY

The Gate-Crasher
A backstage pass isn’t the only path to a glimpse behind the curtain.
By Steve Johnstone

DINING

Lake Effect
Blue Jacket puts a Wisconsin maritime spell on Walker’s Point.
By Ann Christenson

Back in the Saddle
These days, Bay View’s Palomino is a different steed. Change isn’t easy, but sometimes it’s necessary.
By Ann Christenson

POINT OF VIEW

Playing the Fool
She’s a fool. And proud of it. Meet the city’s official Municipal Jester.
By Tim McCormick

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