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Milwaukee composer Penny Corris aims to raise as much money as possible for Fisher House Wisconsin as she debuts a set of original songs at a June 13 concert on the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s campus.
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Newaukee’s Night Market events will return to West Wisconsin Avenue this summer bigger and better, the organization says, with new features and collaborations to spur broader downtown synergy.
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Milwaukee native Susan Longhenry has been appointed director of the Haggerty Museum of Art, a museum housed on Marquette University’s campus.
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Milwaukee World Festival Inc., operator of Summerfest, has announced this year’s free and discounted admission opportunities, which will be offered on every day of the world’s largest music festival in Milwaukee.
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BizTimes Media recently hosted “2015 PGA Championship: A Major Partnership,” a special celebration with a live discussion featuring Peter Bevacqua, chief executive officer of the PGA of America, and David Kohler, president and chief executive officer of Kohler Co. and general chairman of the 2015 PGA Championship, which will be held Aug. 10-16 at Whistling Straits near Sheboygan. A cocktail reception followed the discussion, where attendees could have their picture taken with the Wanamaker Trophy and the Ryder Cup.
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The Commercial Association of Realtors Wisconsin will launch an advocacy campaign asking the public to show support of a new Milwaukee arena by calling local officials.
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Milwaukee native Susan Longhenry has been appointed director of the Haggerty Museum of Art, a museum housed on Marquette University’s campus.
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Milwaukee World Festival Inc., operator of Summerfest, has announced this year’s free and discounted admission opportunities, which will be offered on every day of the world’s largest music festival in Milwaukee.
more »


As Kathie Bernstein, founding executive director of Jewish Museum Milwaukee, approaches retirement, the museum has appointed Patti Sherman-Cisler to take her place.
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As Milwaukee Film continues to grow its annual Milwaukee Film Festival, it has secured the recently renovated Avalon Theater as an additional venue for festival screenings.
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