Kuzu formed in 2017, when electric guitarist Tashi Dorji and drummer Tyler Damon invited saxophonist Dave Rempis to join their duo onstage at Elastic Arts. The set went so well […]
Drag has become so much more than queens lip-synching covers of diva classics. The more original your act is, the better, and in 2020 the possibilities are endless. The art […]
Wisconsin trumpeter and composer Russ Johnson strikes a perfect balance between mainstream and vanguard.
An architecture critic and a housing reporter visit a new exhibition in Milwaukee.
Stops on the Underground Railroad, an urban cheese factory, and an eye-popping Hindu temple are among Crystal Dyer’s road-trip recommendations.
Brett Neveu’s play is not so much about the con, but the effect of the con.
While having a lawyer improved prospects for tenants, data suggests landlords do better without them.
Also, Chicago reportedly needs $1.3 billion in new revenue and spending cuts by 2023.
Current musical obsessions of Meat Wave drummer Ryan Wizniak, Meg MacDuff of Bleach Party and Montrose Man, and the Reader’s Luca Cimarusti
Policy changes at Amtrak and the South Shore Line are making it more possible to pedal to neighboring states and take the train back.
In paired solo sets this Saturday, Jon Mueller and Mike Weis will use drums and gongs to draw out the acoustic qualities of a Zen temple.
Calling the guard into black and brown neighborhoods would only escalate tensions between the community and the police.
Drinking before inking isn’t always a party foul.
After an extensive renovation, the midcentury-modern architectural curiosity now operates as a theater for live music.
Milwaukee’s Volunteer share the bill with locals Arriver at tonight’s heavy-metal blowout.