;Dimension X." He was the director of Rock (Rock and roll) Guitar Studies at the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music and writer for the GuitarOne magazine, and now teaches independently. http: www.stetina.com bio2.html College coaching In 1971, Vitale moved to Rutgers University as an assistant coach under head coach Dick Lloyd. After two seasons there, he was hired in 1973 by the University of Detroit (University of Detroit Mercy) to become its head coach. Vitale took Detroit (Detroit Titans men's basketball) to the 32-team NCAA tournament in 1977 (1977 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament). Vitale had a 78-30 record during his tenure at Detroit, which included a 21-game winning streak during the 1977 season. During that streak the Titans defeated the eventual champion Marquette (Marquette Golden Eagles men's basketball) on the road (U.S. Cellular Arena) in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Following the 1977 season, his fourth as Detroit head coach, Vitale was named the university's athletic director. Member cities include Al Salt, Berlin, Jinan, Melbourne, Milwaukee, Le Havre, Plock, Porto Alegre, San Francisco, Tshwane and Ulan Bator. News of the armistice being signed was officially announced towards 9 a.m. in Paris. One hour later, Foch, accompanied by a British admiral, presented himself at the Ministry of War, where he was immediately received by Georges Clemenceau, the Prime Minister of France. At 10:50 a.m., Foch issued this general order: "Hostilities will cease on the whole front as from November 11 at 11 o'clock French time The Allied troops will not, until further order, go beyond the line reached on that date and at that hour." WikiPedia:Milwaukee Dmoz:Regional North America United States Wisconsin Localities M Milwaukee commons:Milwaukee, Wisconsin
had a sort of hybrid livery, combining the lighter blue, light gray engines belly and stripes of the old Midwest Express livery with the current logo and titling of Midwest Airlines. Midwest Airlines 717 in "Calatrava" livery on Airliners.net background group_or_band origin Milwaukee, Wisconsin, U.S. (United States) genre Alternative rock, post-punk, '''Violent
at the Welk Dinner Theater in San Diego, California in ''Same Time, Next Year'' in 1985., Braunagel, Don. "Theaters build on big year," ''The San Diego Union-Tribune'', January 10, 1986, p.C-1 ''Call Me Madam'' at the California Music Theatre, Pasadena, California, in 1987., "Names in the News", ''The Associated Press'', May 9, 1987 and ''Nunsense'' at the La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts, La Mirada, California, in 1991. "Jo Anne Worley stars in ''Nunsense'' at the La Mirada Theatre," ''Business Wire,'' April 24, 1991 Production Portions of this movie were filmed at Marquette University High School, as well as Miller Park (Miller Park (Milwaukee)), in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and at Zephyr Field in New Orleans, Louisiana. The '''Milwaukee Rampage''' is a defunct American (United States) soccer franchise, which played in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in the A-League (A-League (1995-2004)). The Rampage folded in 2002 because of financial problems, despite winning the A-league championship that year, as well as in 1997. The Rampage was founded in 1994 as a member of the USISL, and joined the A-league along with the rest of the USISL teams in a 1997 merger. Upon their collapse, the Rampage were replaced in the A-league by the Milwaukee Wave United. The Milwaukee Rampage still exists as an amateur soccer club in Milwaukee. http: www.milwaukeerampagefc.com home.html Milwaukee Rampage FC Homepage Subsequent branches were also organized in Philadelphia, Connecticut, New Jersey, Boston, Milwaukee, Hayward, California, San Diego, Los Angeles, and Puerto Rico. The Young Lords set up many community projects similar to those of the Black Panthers but with a Latino flavor, such as the free breakfast program for children, Emeterio Betances free health clinic, community testing for tuberculosis, lead poisoning testing, free clothing drives, cultural events and Puerto Rican history classes. In Chicago,they also set up a free dental clinic and a free community day care center. There was also work on prison solidarity for incarcerated Puerto Ricans and for the rights of Vietnam War veterans. The female leadership in New York pushed the Young Lords to fight for women's rights. In Chicago, it was a sub-group within the Young Lords led by Hilda Ignatin, Judy Cordero and Angela Adorno called (M.A.O.) Mothers And Others, that organized around women's rights and helped to educate the male members and the community at large. Braid decided to hold four final concerts in August to say goodbye to their fans. They scheduled one show in Milwaukee, two in Chicago at The Metro (Metro Chicago), and the final concert was held in their home town of Champaign (Champaign, Illinois). For their final show, Roy Ewing played a few songs with his old band. December 22, 2011 was Braid's 600th show. The event was held at Turner Hall Ballroom in Milwaukee. As a Toys for Tots benefit show, event-goers who brought a new, unwrapped toy will receive a commemorative poster. http: www.myspace.com events View 12109307 BRAID Braid--Turner-Hall-Ballroom Braid shared the night with Smoking Popes and in addition to announcing further touring a new release was announced. Frontman Bob Nanna threatened coyly to a "double" or "triple" album. WikiPedia:Milwaukee Dmoz:Regional North America United States Wisconsin Localities M Milwaukee commons:Milwaukee, Wisconsin
6 (Fox (Fox Broadcasting Company)), WISN (WISN-TV) 12 (ABC (American Broadcasting Company)), WVTV 18 (CW (The CW Television Network)), WCGV 24 (MyNetworkTV), and WDJT (WDJT-TV) 58 (CBS). Spanish language programming is on WBWT (WBWT-LP) 38 (Azteca America) and WYTU-LD 63 (Telemundo). Milwaukee's public broadcasting stations (Milwaukee Public Television) are WMVS (WMVS-TV) 10 and WMVT (WMVT-TV) 36. Other television stations in the Milwaukee market
Category:Populated places on the Great Lakes Category:County seats in Wisconsin Category:German-American history '''Alfred William Lawson''' (March 24, 1869 – November 29, 1954) was a professional baseball player, manager and league promoter from 1887 through 1916 and went on to play a pioneering role in the US aircraft industry, publishing two early aviation trade journals. In 1904, he also wrote a novel, ''Born Again'', clearly inspired by the popular Utopian fantasy '' Looking
and premiered on November 19, 2004 at The Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. ''Tremors'', for 4 singers and 16 instrumentalists, commissioned by the Getty Research Institute, premiered on June 4, 2004, at the Getty Center in Los Angeles. "Building music.", ''Getty Research Institute.'' Retrieved September 11, 2008. ''Tremors'' was repeated
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of capital promoting them. Greenwald, p. 33. In 1994, the same year that Jawbreaker's ''24 Hour Revenge Therapy'' and Sunny Day Real Estate's ''Diary'' were released, pop punk acts Green Day and The Offspring had mutiplatinum (Oro album) successes with their respective albums ''Dookie'' and ''Smash (Smash (The Offspring album))''. In the wake of the underground going mainstream, over the next several years emo as a genre retreated, reformed, and morphed into a national subculture, then eventually something more. Drawing inspiration from bands like Jawbreaker, Drive Like Jehu, and Fugazi, the new sound of emo was a mixture of hardcore (hardcore punk)'s passion and indie rock's intelligence, bearing the anthemic power of punk rock and its do-it-yourself (Do it yourself) work ethic but with smoother songs, sloppier melodies, and yearning vocals. Greenwald, pp. 34–35. Many of the new emo bands originated from the Midwestern (Midwestern United States) and Central United States, such as Braid (Braid (band)) from Champaign (Champaign, Illinois)-Urbana, Illinois, Christie Front Drive from Denver, Colorado, Mineral (Mineral (band)) from Austin, Texas, Jimmy Eat World from Mesa, Arizona, The Get Up Kids from Kansas City, Missouri, and The Promise Ring from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Greenwald, p. 34. According to Andy Greenwald, "This was the period when emo earned many, if not all, of the stereotypes that have lasted to this day: boy-driven, glasses-wearing, overly sensitive, overly brainy, chiming-guitar-driven college music." Criticisms of ramp metering primarily centre on impacts to users nearer to the urban core, which are typically delayed by the ramp metering, as compared to often uncontrolled users approaching from further out along the system. Such considerations may raise questions of equity, as was prevalent with the Milwaukee system. In the longer-term, it is conceivable that population growth may be encouraged further from the urban core and discouraged nearer, potentially encouraging sprawl development (urban sprawl) and increasing fuel usage. Additional concerns include queued traffic overflowing out of the ramps and onto other streets approaching the interchange. However some cities, like Atlanta, have fixed this by having the meters shut off temporarily to "flush out" the ramp once the traffic hits the streets. The meters then turn back on once the ramp has been cleared. Another concern is the increased pollutant emissions arising from the metered traffic and from the additional emissions from accelerating from a stop to freeway speeds (versus accelerating from street speeds to freeway speeds). WikiPedia:Milwaukee Dmoz:Regional North America United States Wisconsin Localities M Milwaukee commons:Milwaukee, Wisconsin
through a variety of media - including photographs, videos, apparel, rare documents and other fascinating artifacts. Peek into a portion of the Archives, never before open to the public, and home base to more than 450 motorcycles, and hundreds of thousands of artifacts that the Archives team can pull from for Museum exhibits. *
'''Milwaukee''' ( ; Hoocąk (Winnebago language): ''Tešišik'' title Locations work Hoocąk Waaziija Haci Language Division, A Division of The Ho-Chunk Nation accessdate 2014-04-06 url http: hocak.info mysite HTM%20All Locations.htm ) is the largest city in the State (U.S. state) of Wisconsin, the 31st most populous (List of United States cities by population) city in the United States, and 39th most populous (Table of United States Metropolitan Statistical Areas) region in the United States. It is the county seat of Milwaukee County (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin) and is located on the southwestern shore of Lake Michigan. According to 2010 census data, the City of Milwaukee has a population of
The first Europeans to pass through the area were French (France) Catholic (Catholic Church) missionaries and fur traders. In 1818, the French-Canadian (French Canadian) explorer Solomon Juneau settled in the area, and in 1846 Juneau's town combined with two neighboring towns to incorporate as the City of Milwaukee. Large numbers of German (German people) and other immigrants helped increase the city's population during the 1840s and the following decades.
Known for its brewing traditions, major new additions to the city include the Milwaukee Riverwalk, the Wisconsin Center, Miller Park (Miller Park (Milwaukee)), an internationally renowned addition to the Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee Repertory Theater, and Pier Wisconsin, as well as major renovations to the U.S. Cellular Arena. In addition, many new skyscrapers, condos, lofts and apartments have been constructed in neighborhoods (Neighborhoods of Milwaukee) on and near the lakefront and riverbanks.
There have been five ships (USS Milwaukee) of the United States Navy named after the city, including USS ''Milwaukee'' (LCS-5) (USS Milwaukee (LCS-5)).