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Kavon “KJ” Jones and Freesia McKee will be headlining a benefit to kick off the crowdfunding for solar power at the Riverwest Co-Op. The event will be held at 9 p.m. on Friday January 15th. at the Riverwest Public House, 815 E. Locust St. and there is a $5 cover. Read more about Kavon Jones […]
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by KJ I gallivanted the afterlife’s foggy streets for a millennium and never stumbled upon a place I could call home All the giggle sticks I mortified myself with Lucifer couldn’t give me bliss My trench coat was plastered in Cuban cigar smoke and a prostitute’s pleasure A murder of fiery-eyed crows circled above my […]
by Elizabeth Vogt Here we are in Milwaukee—Smallwaukee, Killwaukee, a city of festivals, industrial rebirth, and lakeside marvels, a city of gun violence and segregation—our city. We all have our rounds here: work, play, people, and places. Some of the turf is so tough that it’s poisonous, but not for everyone: brothers Darren and Vedale […]
by Andrea Guzzetta Comedian Damon Millard has returned to Milwaukee after a three years absence to record his first stand-up special. Millard started doing stand-up almost 7 years ago. “I was toying with the idea of doing stand up for a few weeks, it was after my friend Katie was tragically murdered that I had […]
by Ellen C. Warren “Music is what I do.” It is not the answer to a question. It is a pronouncement. An explanation. Her big upright bass, leaning against the wall, stands witness. Musician, vocalist, artist, songwriter Johanna Rose has thrown her heart into her greatest love, music. And even when she is not in […]
by Monica Reida Joe Klein is no stranger elections. Klein, a founder of the Wisconsin Pirate Party, ran for Milwaukee County Executive in 2004 and state assembly in 2014, losing both times. He is currently running for Milwaukee County Executive against incumbent Chris Abele and State Sen. Chris Larson (D-7th). “We have two democrats running,” […]