In game theory, there are two types of games: finite and infinite. A finite game is defined as having known players, fixed rules and agree upon objective, according to Simon Sinek during his summer Talks at Google session. During his presentation, he said baseball is a good illustration of a finite game. The players know each other, the rules, and have agreed, that whichever team has the most runs after nine innings wins the game. This is very different than an infinite game, according to Sinek. An infinite game is characterized as having both known and unknown players, the...Read More
The thesis is simple: over the past two decades there has been a steady infiltration of racism and racist thought into the entire American political spectrum, and that until the public understand the enormity of what has happened, they won’t be able to combat it successfully. Racialized thought has become pervasive at all points along the spectrum, to the degree that there are now points upon which the Alt-Right and the Liberals/Progressives actually touch. Here is the spectrum, which is not a perfect measure but serves as a basic framework: The Alt-Right version: White civilization is being extinguished This...Read More
Sickle cell disease (SCD) is a group of inherited red blood cell disorders. People with the genetic condition have abnormal hemoglobin in their red blood cells. Hemoglobin is a protein in red blood cells that carries oxygen throughout the body. The most common type is known as sickle-cell anaemia (SCA). It is responsible for a number of health problems, such as attacks of pain, swelling in the hands and feet, bacterial infections, and stroke. Long term pain can develop as people get older, with the average life expectancy between 40 to 60 years. My name is Leathia Boyd and...Read More
“People of color in Wisconsin are almost twice as likely to be a victim of a crash while crossing the street, the 10th highest disparity in the United States. The failure of people driving to yield to those walking is a major contributor, 28% of pedestrian fatalities in Wisconsin from 2011 to 2013 involved a driver not yielding to a pedestrian in a crosswalk.” – Jessica Wineberg, Wisconsin Bike Fed Kids and parents delivered over 250 Street Safety Postcards and Bike/Walk District Reports to Common Council Alders at City Hall, as part of Kidical Lobby Day on June 29. The...Read More
A statement by the Wisconsin Justice Initiative on the proposal to convene a constitutional convention to amend the U.S. Constitution. State legislators should reject efforts to convene a convention to amend the U.S. Constitution, an extremely dangerous step that could endanger basic American rights, Constitutional changes proposed through a convention are likely to be harmful reactions to the current political divisions in the country that will only divide the country further. Resolutions calling for a constitutional convention are pending in the State Assembly and State Senate. The Senate’s Committee on Financial Services, Constitution and Federalism and the Assembly Committee...Read More
Months ago I started working on a one man show. It was an idea that was born out of my need to provide the kind of leadership that reminds you of old generals that had done all the things they told their soldiers to do. My 2015 Independent Music Awards accomplishment, as the artist that won Best Spoken Word Album, gave me a unique set of skills. A combination of entrepreneurial drive and artistic audacity gave me the crazy idea to answer one question before I dіе. “Why can’t artists get loans for their art? It’s a business too...Read More
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As we welcome our newest
As we welcome our newest group of artists to RedLine, we hope you will consider joining us in supporting them and their work at this special festive gathering. Each year, at the beginning of September, RedLine Milwaukee welcomes a new group of artists to our nationally recognized Artist Residency program. Year after year we receive applications from many of the region’s most talented artists. The strong community of peers at RedLine is invaluable to our artists. Our program allows residents to further develop their practices, professional skills, and networks to help them take the next step in their careers.
(Thursday) 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm CST
1422 N 4th St, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53212
See Discovery World in a
See Discovery World in a new light this holiday season with our Pop-Up Holiday Shop. Grab a drink, do a little shopping and experience all Discovery World has to offer – kid free! Join us for an Adults only night full of making, exploring, and yes, shopping! Shopping you say? Thanks to our Milwaukee Makers Market friends, the promenade will feature 12 vendors for your last minute gift giving needs! Don’t feel like shopping? DIY! Create your own gifts with the Kohl’s Design It! Lab! Already completed your holiday shopping? Grab a brew & explore the museum.
(Thursday) 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm CST
500 N Harbor Dr, Milwaukee, WI 53202