Arts/Entertainment/Sports

Funding a new arena, completing deferred maintenance and making capital improvements to the Milwaukee region's cultural assets will cost about $445 million, according to the Cultural & Entertainment Capital Needs Task Force.
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Academy Award winning filmmaker John Ridley will make an appearance at the 2014 Milwaukee Film Festival, which debuted on Thursday.
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After completing a record campaign of more than $11.7 million earlier this year, the United Performing Arts Fund has announced that it will distribute more than $9 million among its 15 member groups and 23 affiliates.
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The behind-the-scenes discussions about a new downtown Milwaukee venue for a new arena is taking another turn this week with a letter from David Uihlein Jr., the son of Jane Bradley Pettit, the late philanthropist who donated the funds to build the BMO Harris Bradley Center.
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After completing a record campaign of more than $11.7 million earlier this year, the United Performing Arts Fund has announced that it will distribute more than $9 million among its 15 member groups and 23 affiliates.
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As the YMCA of Metropolitan Milwaukee continues to climb out of a $30 million debt, the organization has announced that a Sept. 29 court-appointed auction intended to place a number of its locations up for bid has been cancelled.
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Milwaukee-based The Marcus Corp. reported first quarter net earnings of $12.3 million, or 45 cents per share, down from $12.8 million, or 50 cents per share, in the first quarter of 2013.
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Time Warner Cable is hiring more than 50 retention sales specialists in Milwaukee.
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The PGA of America and Kohler Co. announced today that the weeklong ground tickets packages for the 2015 PGA Championship have sold out.
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The Milwaukee Brewers announced a two-year player development contract with Triple-A Colorado Springs of the Pacific Coast League that will run through the 2016 season.
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