For the first time, the popular television show America’s Got Talent held auditions in Milwaukee. Michael Jung was there.
Just as I was drifting in to a soundless slumber, the shrill screech of my ringtone jarred me back awake. I snatched my phone off the charger, ready to give whoever was calling an ear-full for waking me up at one in the morning. I answered the phone and snapped an angry “what?” in to […]
Milwaukee is a long way from Broadway, but for many of people in the theater Milwaukee community, there is a hidden gem tucked into the 5th floor of Kenilworth Square on Milwaukee’s east side. Located at 1925 E. Kenilworth Place in Milwaukee, a building owned and operated by the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee houses Kenilworth FIVE-0-EIGHT, a […]
UW-Milwaukee’s on-campus residential dorm, Sandburg Cafe, brought the taste of Westeros to students for the Cafe’s semester-annual themed dinner. The dinner featured dishes named after characters and live entertainment on December 7th.
Caroline Liu, a Chicago-based visual artist, is celebrating her 30th birthday in style – by collaborating with 30 artists to open an exhibit in Riverwest’s After Gallery.
After binge watching 10 straight hours of the critically acclaimed Hulu series “The Handmaid’s Tale,” I found myself incredibly emotional and somewhat fearful for my future as a woman. As farfetched as some might find it, the show is far more realistic and plausible than it initially seems, especially considering the current political atmosphere in […]
UWM’s open-mic session welcomed the Minneapolis native to share his poetry.
Ethan Duran takes a look at a pow wow held by the American Indian Student Association this Veterans Day.
Students meet on Milwaukee’s East Side to participate in a unique art form.
The organization is collecting photographs from every different ZIP code in Milwaukee in an effort to fuel communication between citizens.
There’s a reason why Adult Swim’s ‘Rick and Morty’ has earned the title of television’s #1 comedy series for ages 18-34 and is the most-watched show on Adult Swim – it’s incredibly funny and surprisingly emotional for an adult cartoon. In terms of sci-fi conventions, pop culture references and side-splitting humor, no other show compares. […]
You know how wearing certain color clothes say different things about the person wearing them, or how when you wear certain colors it makes you feel a certain way? Some people wear orange for energy, or blue for tranquility. Well, the same can apply to your nail polish. I call it nail polish moods. Can […]
Ann Yi’s Sensoria performance punctuated the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s Music Hall with a multi-faceted and sometimes eerie series of piano compositions. Yi is one of six musicians commissioned by Amanda Schoofs, a lecturer of Music Composition and Technology, who is also the artistic director of Sensoria. She co-founded the project with Paul Mitchell in 2014, […]
After Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico on Sept. 16 and a 7.1 magnitude earthquake shook up central Mexico, the United Community Center (UCC) began to receive a massive amount of phone calls from the Milwaukee community asking one simple question: how can we help? “We received so many phone calls from community members asking how […]
The night started with a K-pop cover. A UW-Milwaukee student covered Gashina by Sunmi. In this performance, she danced to the music, which is different than most covers. Most covers involve singing but dance is a big part of Korean pop culture. Korea Day is a celebration of culture. The Korean culture is filled with […]
On a sunny Sunday afternoon, Sikkin Wu is smoking a cigar inside his foggy smoking room. The setting sun light irradiates on his face, and he seems to recall his early life experience in China and Hong Kong. After Wu finishes smoking, he starts telling his story. “I’m 71 or 72-years-old; I even didn’t know […]
Located on N. Murray Ave, Mr. Senor’s has been a mainstay during the evolution of North Avenue.
Filmgoers enjoy the last day of Milwaukee Film Festival at the Oriental theater.