The Milwaukee Ballet heads into its 50th season next spring in an evolutionary state. Exciting newcomers and standouts from its pre-professional Nancy Einhorn Ballet II program have replaced retiring favorites. Longtime artistic director Michael Pink continues to seek bold collaborations with other organizations in the city’s fine arts community. Read More.
Michael and Jodi Perrone bought their Elm Grove home knowing they would eventually need to add more square footage for their growing family. When the time came, the couple teamed up with designer and project coordinator Matt Retzak and interior designer Heather Scott of Bartelt. The Remodeling Resource. Read More.
The Milwaukee Bucks small forward explains what led him to the sport, his family’s impact, his charitable work and more. Read More.
On a brisk December day, passersby at the busy intersection of Lincoln and Kinnickinnic Avenues can’t help but notice a wall-sized, televised “fireplace” blazing in the former home of Bay View’s Refuge Café. Those curious enough to further investigate the signage-free spot find themselves inside Voyager, Milwaukee’s newest wine experience. One deliberately unlike others around the metro area. Read More.
For almost a decade, Kelley Faulkner has wowed Milwaukee Repertory Theater audiences with her scrumptious ability to embody an array of complex women — from “Cabaret” showgirl Sally Bowles to doomed country music icon Patsy Cline in “Always … Patsy Cline” to the heroic Miep Gies in “The Diary of Anne Frank.” Read More.