Arts/Entertainment/Sports

Potawatomi Hotel & Casino is blowing out its giving this year as it makes strategic changes to its signature charity program, “Miracle on Canal Street.”
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The tradition-rich Packers are embracing trendy throwback looks for their alternate, third jerseys. They're nearly finished upgrading the wireless connectivity at Lambeau Field to help fans text and tweet about every touchdown pass from MVP quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
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Assembly Democrats met on Monday in advance of a vote on a proposal to publicly fund part of a new Milwaukee Bucks arena.
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A laser tag entertainment center that would double as a haunted house attraction during the Halloween season may come to Wausau by the fall of 2016.
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Milwaukee will rally around its downtown workforce this week as it celebrates “Downtown Employee Appreciation Week” with special events, office challenge games, giveaways and discounts.
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Milwaukee Art Museum director Dan Keegan on Tuesday told members of the Milwaukee County Board’s Parks, Energy and Environment Committee that the museum plans to submit an offer to purchase the O’Donnell Park parking structure and park, located just west of the museum.
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With approximately 6,500 athletes set to compete in the 2015 USA Triathlon Age Group National Championships this August, VISIT Milwaukee is calling for volunteers to cover 400 of 800 event shifts.
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Milwaukee-based entertainment and hospitality company The Marcus Corp. today reported fiscal fourth quarter and full year results.
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The Green Bay Packers like the idea of variable ticket pricing, but haven’t figured out how to make it work under their unique circumstances.
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