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The new, bigger and quite impressive Anchor Inn replaced the former building destroyed by fire in Aug. 2014, has been open since late last summer. While the building looks markedly different, the food, service and value remain the same, writes Gazette restaurant reviewer Joan Neeno.
Stand-up comedian Lewis Black is recognized as one of the country’s top touring comedians. He will perform two 8 p.m. shows at Milwaukee's Pabst Theater on May 13-14.
This is a listing of local night spots featuring live entertainment. Call the Gazette at 608-755-8258, or fax your listing to 608-755-8349 by 5 p.m. Tuesday. There is no charge. Scheduling changes do occur, so when in doubt, contact the venue before you head out to see a band.
A fast look at a few of the events that are going on this week.
It's too early for gamers to start thinking about upgrading their PlayStation 4s and Xbox Ones for several reasons, Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee writes.
Disney's “The Jungle Book” trounced a handful of underperforming new releases to rule the box office for a third consecutive week.
Starting June 1, card-carrying Arrowhead Library System members will have free digital access to hundreds of thousands of books, movies, music albums, comics, TV shows and more.
A team of recent UW-Milwaukee graduates spent Saturday at the Bliss Communications building shooting a short film.
The Green Life Café opened on Monroe Street last summer with an emphasis on healthy, sustainable food and fresh ingredients.
Knapton Musik Knotes guitar instructor Brad Lutton remembers his first big rock ’n’ roll moment. It was 1987, and it was in his bedroom at his childhood home.
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