Every Friday, Stuff We Missed (formerly Off The Record, which is now the name of our print-only Colectivo publication) looks to other Milwaukee publications (and beyond) for, well, stuff we missed throughout the week.
• If you’re currently experiencing personal and marital turmoil brought on by some surprisingly potent weed and your wife’s thing for naval officers and you’re itching to support the United Performing Arts Fund, have we got an event for you. “Social architecture” group NEWaukee has announced its first masquerade ball, “The Sensorial,” coming to the new Saint Kate Arts Hotel on Friday, November 8. Who do you think will show up for “The Sensorial”? Not just some ordinary people. If we told you their names—no, we’re not going to tell you their names—but if we did, we don’t think you’d sleep so well at night.
NEWaukee invites you to the most exclusive Masquerade event in Milwaukee in the city’s sexiest new venue, Saint Kate—The Arts Hotel. Take your mask at the door and grab a cocktail as you experience pop-up theatrical performances, interactive sculptural and multimedia installations and multiple music performances. But don’t stop there—at 10PM, dance like no one is watching in our neon blacklight theater.
Early Bird tickets ($35) are available until October 3, while supplies last. General admission tickets are $50, and VIP tickets are $99. And yes, it’s all a fundraiser for UPAF, and yes, the password is “Fidelio.” [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
• Some of those bus routes that were slated to be cut won’t be cut anymore. [Urban Milwaukee]
• Here’s a look at the revamped America’s Black Holocaust Museum in Bronzeville. [Milwaukee Business Journal]
• Crews are getting ready to knock down the old Boston Store at the soon-to-be-demolished (?) Northridge Mall. [Milwaukee Business Journal]
• A second turkeyneck has been charged for vandalizing Da Crusher statue. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
• New Lex Allen video! [YouTube]
• New Klassik video! [YouTube]
• New Von Alexander video! [YouTube]
• New Yo Dot video! [YouTube]
• The public in totally into that $66 million plan to save The Domes. [Urban Milwaukee]
• Brunch has reopened in its new location, 714 N. Milwaukee St. A grand opening celebration is set for September 28-29. [OnMilwaukee]
• There are plenty of new film announcements for the 2019 Milwaukee Film Festival! [Milwaukee Film]
• “Modern craft diner” Wonderland is coming soon to 732 E. Burleigh St.—right next to Art Bar and Two. [OnMilwaukee]
• Have a great weekend, Milwaukee!