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Bonus Free Download: How To Dress Well, "Repeat Pleasure"

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This week we have a bonus download in addition to our weekly download. However, this download will be only available for 48 hours! The free download is the song "Repeat Pleasure" from How To Dress Well's third album What Is This Heart?  Rhythm Lab Radio featured the album as the release of the week a couple of weeks ago.  

414 Music Live welcomes The Celebrated Workingman

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  • Photo credit: CJ Foeckler,milwaukeerecord.com

After breaking up in 2013, local treasure The Celebrated Workingman is reunited and we are delighted to announce they will be our 414 Music Live guest this Thursday! The boisterous indie-rock band has grown to become one of Milwaukee’s most-loved acts. Fronted by singer-songwriter Mark Waldoch, the band has been widely praised for their emotive lyrics and overall intensity.

Grandmother Power: A Global Phenomenon

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July 28, 2014 - 09:00 to September 13, 2014 - 16:00
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Mount Mary University Marian Gallery
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Mount Mary University is presenting “Grandmother Power: A Global Phenomenon,” a powerful storytelling exhibit featuring the work of renowned photojournalist Paola Gianturco.The free exhibit includes images and stories of grandmothers worldwide who are acting courageously and effectively to create a better future for grandchildren around the globe. Visitors will have a chance to add their own grandmother to the story, through a special digital interactive experience.


WGirls have fun raising serious money for Milwaukee non-profits

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The young professional community in Milwaukee is booming and there's a group of young women looking to give back to the city they call home.


WGirls Milwaukee raises money for local non-profits that provide services to women and children. They volunteer at these organizations throughout the year trying to raise awareness among their peers for these non-profits in need.


Recycle, teach, advocate: Vulture Space picks at the bones of bicycling

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"I don't need a car right now. My bike gets me where I need to go," says volunteer Derrick Milton, as he's cleaning the windows of a storefront at Grand Avenue Mall. "I'm saving money, doing the planet a good deed." Derrick is one of several volunteers lending a helping hand at Vulture Space, a do-it-yourself bike shop in downtown Milwaukee.



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