Mark Foster and company kept young and old alike dancing Saturday night at the Eagles Ballroom at Foster The People’s final tour stop for the summer in support of their recently released album, “Supermodel.”
From action films to comedies, Milwaukee has made cameos in a wide variety of films. Here are some of the few that have showcased the city’s greatest landmarks.
The Black Keys passionately provided the perfect balance between rock, rhythm and jazzy blues Tuesday night at the BMO Bradley Center in one of the first shows of their Turn Blue Tour.
Tree stumps are not a normal part of urban city scenery, yet three of them stand proudly at the bus stop on Wisconsin Ave. and 8th St.
Inauguration week festivities begin with the Briggs and Al’s Run Sept. 13 at 10:30 a.m., followed by the Inaugural Ball at 8:00 p.m. in the Alumni Memorial Union.
In efforts to celebrate the fruit of all vegetables, Milwaukee’s East Side Business Improvement District hosts the 8th annual Tomato Romp Saturday, Sept. 13, from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. on E. North Ave., between Prospect and Oakland Avenues.
When 2014 Marquette University graduate Margaret Fredericks decided to make a profit from her simple sewing skills, she did not imagine it blooming into a successful business.
Every Tuesday, Marquee spotlights five Twitter users from a specific entertainment genre. This week, we give you the top five film critics to follow for entertaining and informative reviews on your favorite (or least favorite) movies.
Why is there a growing number is dystopian films? What’s next, a film adaptation of George Orwell’s “1984” or “Animal Farm?” Or perhaps Aldous Huxley’s famous dystopian tale “Brave New World?”