Some headlines from around the South Shore, including a touching story from South Milwaukee …
- After Decades As Pen Pals, Friends Finally Say Goodbyes (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)
- South Milwaukee Christmas Market Set For Dec. 6; Music Lineup Announced (NOW)
- Ye Olde Christmas Feaste To Be Held In South Milwaukee (NOW)
- Former Bartolotta Group Chef Now Leading The Kitchen At Sheridan’s (Journal Sentinel)
NOW has published a new police blotter.
And the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel had great review of the South Milwaukee Performing Arts Center’s performance over the weekend …
“Br(OK)en Genius” at the South Milwaukee Performing Arts Center: The best thing about this spoken-word event was its truth-telling about issues of race and inequality in Milwaukee. The operative word for the evening may have been “but,” placing an array of ideas in opposition to raw realities. Some of the best performances were the most minimal. Christopher McIntyre, the impresario of the night, contributed photography, which set the tone as much as anything else. His willful hopefulness is something to behold. It’s forceful but fragile. I wonder if the world — and the art world — will disappoint.