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Irish dancers step it up

by Kerry Lynch, Times Photographer

April 29, 2016

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Delaney’s culinary delights: Thai Chicken Tacos

Delaney’s culinary delights: Thai Chicken Tacos

by Delaney Trezise, Times Staff Reporter

March 22, 2016

As excited as I was to dive into preparing an international dish to celebrate the college’s recent International Festival, I have to admit that deciding what kind of cuisine to showcase wasn’t easy. With so many incredible flavors from all across the globe, it’s so hard to pinpoint just one to s...

Stevenson discusses fairness and redemption in the justice system

Stevenson discusses fairness and redemption in the justice system

by Keith Schubert, Times Staff Reporter

March 22, 2016

Bryan Stevenson, author of the award winning book “Just Mercy,” came to the Cooley Auditorium, on Wednesday, March 9, to talk about the justice system, and what we can do to help fix the problems going on with race relations. Stevenson is a public-interest lawyer who founded the Equal Justice Initiative (EJ...

‘London Has Fallen’ worth seeing

‘London Has Fallen’ worth seeing

by Edgar Davis, Times Staff Reporter

March 22, 2016

“London Has Fallen,” directed by Babak Nijaf and released March 4, picks up at an unspecified amount of time after the events of the movie “Olympus Has Fallen,” which came out in 2013. Some of the key players In “Olympus Has Fallen,” that, in my opinion made both movies soar to the top of ...

‘Allegiant’ is more dull than dazzling

by Katie Walsh, Tribune News Service

March 22, 2016

Of all the post-apocalyptic young adult trifles, the “Divergent” series has been the sexiest thanks to the steamy make-outs between stars Theo James and Shailene Woodley but it’s also strangely the most sanitized. In the third installment, “Allegiant” (or rather “The Divergent Series: Allegiant Par...

How TV beats film in giving women and minorities greater opportunities on screen

How TV beats film in giving women and minorities greater opportunities on screen

by Scott Collins, Tribune News Service

March 3, 2016

Shonda Rhimes, an African-American writer-producer, is one of the most powerful people in the TV business. Last week, Disney’s ABC TV network made history by naming Channing Dungey to head its entertainment division, the first African-American to fill that role. In fact, even as the big screen industry is ...

Students unwind at Winter Jam

February 11, 2016

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‘X-Files’ is eerie addition to wave of series revivals

‘X-Files’ is eerie addition to wave of series revivals

by Rich Heldenfels, Tribune News Service

February 11, 2016

In the first episode of “The X-Files” in 1993, an exasperated Scully dismisses Mulder’s latest ideas as “crap” and demands, “I want the truth.” In the 20-plus years since audiences first saw that moment, the truth may have been out there but whatever constituted that truth was elastic and elus...

EL VY takes Turner Hall beyond

by Teresa Rae Butler, Downtown Milwaukee Campus Editor

December 17, 2015

The dreamscape synth-pop sequences of Soren Juul prepped listeners for the billowy, futuristic float of EL VY. Changing emotions in a fog filled room; the group came to Turner Hall on Nov. 20 to cast uncanny allure in their shadow of song. With their debut album ‘Return to the Moon,’ Milwaukee...

Turner Hall purrs to Cat Daddy, Jackson Galaxy

Turner Hall purrs to Cat Daddy, Jackson Galaxy

by Teresa Rae Butler, Times Downtown Campus Editor

December 8, 2015

On Nov. 22, cat lover and self-proclaimed feline father, Jackson Galaxy, came to Turner Hall to talk cat-i-tics, the kitty politics of being a particular pet owner, in a new book tour. His heartfelt approach to soothing litter box woes, loving previously abused adopt-ites and “funning” with fri...

Matisyahu, the Jewish/reggae rapper performs at Pabst

by Teresa Rae Butler, Times Downtown Milwaukee Campus Editor

November 18, 2015

Beat box master blaster and lyrical leader in his own right, Matisyahu, pronounced ‘mah-teese-yah-hoo,’ took to the stage at the Pabst Theater on Oct. 27. With a full house turn-out, he was welcomed with, “Milwaukee loves you!” The Jewish/reggae rhyme-sayer asked the crowd what song would th...

Gimball hosts an ‘Evening with America’s Test Kitchen’

November 18, 2015

“It’s about you. It’s about your recipes,” Christopher Gimball, host of “America’s Test Kitchen” explained at the Riverside Theater on Nov. 3. Gimball presented a live event featuring different clips of the show, demonstrations, and question and answers. Gimball read fan questions that had bee...

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