Milwaukee’s Festival City Symphony (FCS) will kick-off its “Pajama Jamboree” season with a free “Halloween Spooktacular” concert at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, October 23, 2013, in the Bradley Pavilion of the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts. [click to continue…]
“Noises Off” is an uproarious comedy, full of side-splitting physical comedy. It’s opening at Milwaukee Repertory Theater — and if you act quickly, you can be among the first to see this show and receive a generous discount on the price of adult tickets.
“Noises Off” runs from November 19 through December 22, 2013 in the Quadracci Powerhouse theater. Use code DOOR and you can take advantage of a “Buy One, Get One Half Price” offer to one the first three shows (November 19, 20, 21).
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Save on your next meal at Blue Mounds Gardens Restaurant in Wauwatosa with this deal from LivingSocial: Pay $10 for $20 worth of food and drink. Use your voucher for breakfast, lunch, or dinner at this popular local restaurant.
In addition to this offer, LivingSocal currently has some other Milwaukee area restaurant deals that can help you save up to 50% the next time you dine out. Check out these deals for Sake Tumi, The Pasta Tree, METRO, Solly’s Grille, The Hairy Lemon Pub, and more!
Google Play is currently offering a free download of “Live On Lakeside” album by the Dave Matthews Band.
Google Play is the “new” name for the site formerly known as the Android Market. The rebranding took place about a year ago.
You will be able to listen to this album on the web or on your Android device after you download it.
Renowned for its steak, veal, seafood, and pasta, Ward’s House of Prime drew the attention of the Food Channel, which featured the Milwaukee restaurant’s enormous slabs of prime rib.
Save on your next dinner at this popular restaurant when you purchase this Groupon deal: Pay $15 for $30 worth of steak-house cuisine at Ward’s House of Prime.
If you have a Milwaukee Public Library card, you may use it to download up to three FREE songs per week from Freegal Music, which “gives you access to millions of songs from over 10,000 labels including the Sony Music catalog of your country.”
To download your free songs, visit the Milwaukee Public Library website and click on the Freegal logo. This will take you to a web page where you’ll be asked to enter your library card number and PIN number before selecting and downloading your free music. There is a limit to how many songs you may download: Currently it is three (3) per week.
NPR (National Public Radio) is offering music lovers eleven free downloads featuring “Our Best-Loved Discoveries of 2011.”
Featured artists include Caveman, The Alabama Shakes, EMA, Delay Tree, Fabian Almazan, Flourishing, Mati Zundel, Gem Club, Nicholas Phan, Nicholas Jaar, and STS.
“They might be new to us,” say the folks at NPR, “but many of our favorite discoveries of 2011 have one foot solidly planted in musical history.” And, they add, “But the blues, grunge, 20th-century classical, string-laden jazz, industrial metal and shoegaze traditions in which these musicians play don’t keep them from pushing their sounds forward.”
To download any or all of these eleven tracks, visit the NPR website.
On Wednesdays and Thursdays, Marcus Theatres® select several current films that you may have missed or want to see again and charges just $5 for admission to members of its Spotlight Movie Club.
In order to receive this price, you must subscribe to the Marcus Theatres “Showtimes” newsletter and print and present a coupon that comes with it each week. The coupon is valid for up to four admission tickets at $5 each. Its fine print notes that not all Spotlight movies may be available at all theaters, so you’ll need to check your local listings for availability and show times.
There are more than 50 Marcus Theatres locations in Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, and Wisconsin. To locate the one nearest you, visit their website and enter your ZIP code.
RootsMagic, Inc., a Utah-based software company, is offering free downloads of RootsMagic Essentials, desktop genealogy software based on their award-winning RootsMagic 4 system.
RootsMagic Essentials contains many features that allow the people to easily start tracing their family trees. The software can import data directly from PAF, Family Tree Maker (through 2006), Family Origins, and Legacy Family Tree.
It can also read and write data using the popular GEDCOM format. Free online tutorials are available on the company’s website.