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Nile puts “The Hop” in Hip-Hop Week with first-ever streetcar concert performance

Local creative talent Nile performed his unique style of Hip-Hop on The Hop, as the first live concert ever to be held on Milwaukee’s streetcar on August 19. His Tiny Desk on wheels was also the first music event to kick off Hip-Hop Week MKE 2019. The onboard concert departed from the Intermodal Station on its regular route to Burns Commons and returned for about a 40 minute show. Dozens of riders enjoyed the musical experience along the way. “I’m inspired to do stuff like this to push myself to the next level of performing, and being able to...

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Casualties of Trump’s Trade War: China tariffs push Wisconsin farmers to brink of financial ruin

Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers communicated to President Donald Trump on August 12 in a letter, asking him to listen to the economic hardships of state farmers, and put an end to the unnecessary trade war between the United States and international business partners like China. The president’s never-ending tariffs have continued to inflict a direct and negative impact on many industries in Wisconsin. None have been harder hit than agriculture, an $88 billion industry in Wisconsin that employs one out of every nine workers in the state. Governor Evers said that when farmers thrive, rural communities thrive, and the...

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