Just two weeks ago, Milwaukee was anxiously waiting for the world’s largest music festival to start. Now, after dozens of musical acts from every genre performed for hundreds of spectators, Summerfest 2014 is over. Missing the sights and sounds from the best 11 days of the year? Relive the festival’s best moments with A&E’s Summerfest recap.
When the opportunity presented itself, I took my adventure-seeking to a new level. I decided to go tailgating. What could possibly go wrong in a Miller Park parking lot?
“RuPaul’s Drag Race: Battle of the Seasons” brought everything fans love about the Logo reality show to Turner Hall Tuesday night (minus RuPaul herself).
Marquee presents to you, our loyal readers, entertainment’s best of the best in albums, concerts and movies of the school year.
The Internet controls the lives of nearly every human being on this planet. Needless to say, there is no escaping the Internet’s looming grasp. Now, it even controls the fate of unborn children. To an extent.
With upcoming series between the Milwaukee Brewers and the Chicago Cubs, this weekend is the perfect time to get the ultimate Milwaukee baseball experience. Here are Marquee’s eight tips to a fun and successful tailgate.
Fun, physicality, spontaneity and over-the-top theatricality all describe Danceworks Performance Company’s end of season interactive music and dance concert, “Plugged In,” opening Thursday.
Rainy walks to and from classes don’t have to be a sopping dreary commute. Embrace the April showers with the help of an umbrella, some boots and this rainy day playlist.
The Historic Third Ward was once Milwaukee’s warehouse district but is now host to the largest art events in the city. The event that helped the Third Ward earn its place among premiere art cities, however, is Gallery Night and Day, which takes place this weekend.