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Making Sure All of Milwaukee Benefits From the 2020 DNC

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e all know the numbers floating around the 2020 Democratic National Convention by now. Fifty thousand people are expected. Economic impact estimated at around $200 million. About 1,500 events in and around the city. But what remains uncertain is the direct impact on some of Milwaukee’s underrepresented communities, especially parts of Milwaukee’s North and South sides. Although Fiserv Forum, the site for the convention, is just miles from these areas, leaders and citizens in these communities occasionally feel unheard when it comes to matters such as new development occurring Downtown. However, host committee members, the City of Milwaukee and local activists are doing their due diligence in making sure these communities are heard. That’s the job of Jim Milner—chief diversity and intentional inclusion adviser of the Milwaukee 2020 Host Committee. He said he wants all of Milwaukee to reap the benefits of the convention, which will be held July 13-16, 2020. “What we’ve discovered, especially from the local level, is that when opportunities come to this community, they are late coming to certain parts of the community,” Milner said. “At the end of the day, we’re really talking about a body of people working together to demonstrate the great work happening in this town.” Milner said the host committee and he will be intentional about including people in conversations that will bring diversity and inclusion to the convention. He added that his goal is to make sure diversity “flows and permeates all through the DNC.”

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Take, as an example, the yearly analyses the ?@A!5#*)!#0!+(*!F,7$1&E**!V#&-+%!1-5!V,+%! of Milwaukee budgets. “Typically, whenever %#&! (1<*! 3&54*+! 5,)'&)),#-)2! %#&! 4*+! 1! 7#+! #0! conflict in the news media,” Henken says. “That’s true whether you are talking about $(**7!+1B*)2!/.#/#)17)!+#!'(1.4*!0#.!/1.E,-4!1+! /1.E)!#.!)/*-5,-4!'&+)!1-5!+(*!-1+&.*!#0!+(#)*! '&+)8!?*!0**7!+(1+!+(*.*!,)!<17&*!,-!(1<,-4!156 5,+,#-17!'#-+*B+2!)(#$,-4!+.*-5!1-17%),)!1-5!+(*! 01'+#.)!+(1+!'.*1+*!+(*!-**5!0#.!-*$!.*<*-&*!1-5! )/*-5,-4!'&+)8R The task that the WPF has set itself is by no =*1-)!1-!*1)%!#-*2!*)/*',177%!1)!/&37,'!/#7,'%! 3*'#=*)!*<*.!=#.*!'#=/7*B8!J*,-4!1!.*)/#-6 ),37*! ',+,:*-! -#! 7#-4*.! ),=/7%! =*1-)! E**/,-4! +.1'E!#0!(#$!)+1+*!1-5!7#'17!/#7,+,',1-)!<#+*!#-! +(*! 0*$! 3,44*)+! ,))&*)! #0! +(*! =#=*-+8! @*#/7*! 1.*!-#$!'#-0.#-+*5!17=#)+!51,7%!$,+(!13)+.1'6 tions such as TIF (Tax Increment Financing) 5,)+.,'+)!1-5!+1B!7*<,*)8 To help ease that burden, the Wisconsin @#7,'%!A#.&=!(1)!4#-*!+#!)#=*! *B+.1#.5,-1.%! 7*-4+()I!+(*!F&-,',/17!Q1+1+##7!,)!;&)+!#-*!*B6 ample. The forum also takes great care to en6 )&.*!,+)!=1,-!/.#5&'+)W+(*!.*)*1.'(!.*/#.+)!,+!

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No ‘Preconceived Notions’

The WPF develops its research agenda not ;&)+! 0.#=! +(*! 15<,'*! #0! "*-E*-! 1-5! )+100! .*6 )*1.'(*.)!3&+!17)#!+(*!<1.,#&)!*-+,+,*)!+(1+!(1<*! 4,<*-!+(*!4.#&/!=#-*+1.%!1-5!#.41-,:1+,#-17! )&//#.+2! ,-'7&5,-4! 7#'17! 4#<*.-=*-+)2! 3&),6 nesses and nonprofit foundations. Wauwatosa F1%#.!Y1+(%!Z(7*%!)1%)!+(*.*G)!-#!#-*!*7)*!,-! ?,)'#-),-!5#,-4!D&,+*!+(*!)1=*!)#.+!#0!$#.E8! “They don’t come at it from preconceived no6 +,#-)2R! )(*! )1%)2! P1-5! +(*%! *B/71,-! +(*! 01'+)! 1-5!=1E*!)&44*)+,#-)2!3&+!+(*%!5#!-#+!4*+!,-6 <#7<*5!,-!+(*!/#7,+,')!#0!+(,-4)8!U-5!+(1+G)!+(*! $1%!,+!)(#&75!3*8R The Wisconsin Policy Forum has received its share of official praise throughout the years. "*-E*-2! (,=)*702! $1)! -1=*5! +(*! S#+1.%! V7&3! #0!F,7$1&E**G)!P[LM\!@*.)#-!#0!+(*!]*1.R!;&)+! 71)+!=#-+(8!"*-E*-W1-!Z1)+!V#1)+!-1+,<*!$(#! first came to Milwaukee nearly 25 years ago to 15<#'1+*!0#.!7,4(+!.1,7!7*15,-4!1!4.#&/!'177*5!+(*! Alliance for Future Transit—said perhaps his 3,44*)+!4#17!),-'*!+1E,-4!+(*!(*7=!1+!+(*!?@A! (1)!3**-!+#!.*+&.-!,+!+#!,+)!.*)*1.'(!.##+)8! Research on municipal finance was, in fact, +(*!0#.&=G)!=1,-!/.,#.,+%!$(*-!,+!$1)!#.,4,-177%! 0#&-5*5!1)!+(*!F,7$1&E**!V,+,:*-)G!J&.*1&!#0! Municipal Efficiency in 1913. In the ensuing

5*'15*)2! +(*! #.41-,:1+,#-G)!)'#/*!*B/1-5*5!+#! county and school finances even as its name was changed first to the Citizens’ Governmental S*)*1.'(!J&.*1&!1-5!+(*-!+#!+(*!@&37,'!@#7,'%! A#.&=8! J%! +(*! +,=*! "*-E*-! 1..,<*5! ,-! [LL^2! though, research on government finance had 3*4&-!+#!5.,0+!+#!+(*!),5*8 "*-E*-G)!1++*=/+)!+#!/&+!+(*!?@A!31'E!#-! ,+)! #.,4,-17! '#&.)*! (1<*! '#=*! ,-! /1.+! +(.#&4(! hiring. The organization now has six full-time .*)*1.'(*.)! $#.E,-4! 0#.! ,+! ,-! F,7$1&E**! 1-5! +(.**! ,-! F15,)#-8! U-#+(*.! /&)(! (1)! '#=*! ,-! +(*! 5,.*'+,#-! #0! +(*! .*)*1.'(! ,+)*708! ?,+(,-! +(*! first year after Henken took over, the forum $1)!/&37,)(,-4!3.,*0)!#-!F,7$1&E**G)!',+%!1-5! '#&-+%!3&54*+)I!3%![LM_2!,+!$1)!5#,-4!+(*!)1=*! 0#.!F,7$1&E**!@&37,'!H'(##7)8

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Trump’s Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day ::BY JOEL MCNALLY

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Trump’s Hate Rallies

At his hate rally in Panama City Beach, Fla., in May, Trump referred to Latino immigrants, asking, “How do you stop these people?” When "#*$'+38'! 2#,,0,8! +! '$))*0",0! -#*! '#*$",8! 13! response, “Shoot them!” Trump chuckled and said, “Only in the Panhandle can you get away with that statement.” And only at a Trump rally. =0$%)!1'!1320,+'135!#1'!*),3.4!0+21'"!0#,"*012!"*! 513!$)!A,)$&.12+3!'$))*0"!+%*35!-#1",!'$)0,%( 8 | AUGUST 15, 2019

acists for 2020. He tells people of color—includ( ing U.S.-born congressional representatives—to go back where they came from and declares African Americans living in city neighborhoods +0,39"!,6,3!#$%+3!&,135': Those who’ve warned about Trump inflam( 135! 8+35,0*$'! 0+21+.! 8161'1*3'! 13! /%,012+! #,! couldn’t control now have fresh evidence how 8,+8.4! "#+"! 2+3! &,! 13! "#,! *3.4! 2*$3"04! -#,0,! %1.1"+04('"4.,! -,+)*3'! 8,'153,8! "*! 71..! #$%+3! beings in large numbers are sold legally. The El Paso mass murder killing 22 people and wound( ing 26 others was followed within hours by the Dayton mass murder killing 9 and injuring 27. The most consistent features of Trump’s )0,'18,324!#+6,!&,,3!#1'!610$.,3"!0+21'%!+38!+! constant stream of public lies. !"#$ %&'"()*+,)$ -,'+’s running tally of Trump’s falsehoods just passed 12,000. His biggest whopper yet: Trump 8,31,'! #1'! 0+21'"! 0#,"*012! 1'! 81618135! /%,012+:! “My rhetoric. . . brings people together.” Well, it 8*,'!&0135!0+21'"'!"*5,"#,0:

More False Promises

The subcategory of false promises following %+''! '#**"135'! '#*$.8! 132.$8,!=0$%)9'! 0,2,3"! claims about Republicans supporting “very meaningful background checks.” Senate Major( ity Leader Mitch McConnell, who has refused to allow a Senate vote on House legislation closing background check loopholes, is “totally on board,” Trump said. “I think Republicans are going to be great and lead the charge.” No surprise, but none of those statements are true. McConnell, up for re-election in 2020 in Ken( "$274!-#,0,!#1'!+))0*6+.!0+"135'!+0,!$38,0-+( ter, quickly rushed out a public statement that he #+'39"!,38*0',8!+34!.,51'.+"1*3!*3!&+2750*$38! checks. Nasty rightwing Republicans, includ( ing Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson, oppose back( ground checks. By the time the Senate’s sum( mer vacation ends in September, Republicans think the heat will be off, so they can do what "#,496,!+.-+4'!8*3,!"*!0,8$2,!%+''!'#**"135'! in America: nothing. By then, Trump will forget the thought ever crossed his squirming, chaotic mind. It happened after Parkland. Trump held a televised meeting with Parkland students and parents bragging #,!#+8!"#,!2*$0+5,!"*!20*''!"#,!;A/!+38!0,2( ommend a variety of gun safety measures. But after meeting with the NRA, the only proposal Trump could remember was arming teachers, which not even Republicans were crazy enough to pass. Besides, with mass shootings increas( ing, the bare minimum of universal background checks should be just the beginning. After the two most recent mass shootings, 70% of Ameri( cans—including 55% of Republicans and 85% of Democrats—support banning military-style assault weapons, according to a Politico/Morn( ing Consult poll. Clearly, the only way to slow our country’s frightening descent into racial division and deadly violence is to defeat both Trump and the Senate’s Republican majority in Novem( ber 2020. Otherwise, decent Americans desir( ing peaceful lives and safe communities will be the ones experiencing terrible, horrible, no good, very bad days. .,//#)+$&+$'"#0"#12#301#''45,/4!n SHEPHERD EXPRESS


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Friday, Aug. 16

GarveyFest @ Wisconsin African American Women’s Center (3020 W. Vliet St.), 6 p.m. Friday (and 1 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 17)

Bernie Sanders Watch Party with Wisconsin Working Families Party @ Bounce Milwaukee (2801 S. Fifth Court)

Watch a live interview with presidential candidate Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders. Working Families Party (WFP) members across the country are participating in live online interviews with each of the six candidates. They will answer questions from WFP activists about their vision, values and records.

The Big Clean MKE @ Fondy Food Center (2200 W. Fond du Lac Ave.), 9 a.m.

Participate in the 30th annual celebration of Marcus Garvey’s Pan-Africanist ideals through positive work in the community. Conscious music, an African marketplace, cultural showcase and an African attire fashion show are all part of the experience.

Clean-up volunteers, residents and local neighborhood organizations are working together across 11 aldermanic districts for the Big Clean MKE in memory of Milwaukee city worker Greg “Ziggy” Zyszkiewicz. All supplies will be provided, and volunteers will receive a free “Big Clean MKE” t-shirt. Things will kick off with a press conference at Fondy Food Center starting at 9 a.m., followed by The Big Clean citywide clean up from 9:30 a.m.-noon.

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Monday, Aug. 19

Peace Action of Wisconsin: Stand for Peace @ the corner of Lincoln Memorial Drive and Michigan Street, noon-1 p.m.

Milwaukee County 2020 Budget Open House @ Washington Park Senior Center (4420 W. Vliet St.), 6 p.m.

Listen to and ask questions of Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele, Milwaukee County Supervisor Marcelia Nicholson and others concerning the county’s 2020 budget priorities. Learn about county services and ask questions of department leaders and elected officials.

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everages and edibles containing cannabidiol (CBD) have been a fast-growing segment of the legal cannabis arena. Jessica Peterburs saw that CBD-infused versions of her LoveBootch Kombucha quickly outsold her standard varieties at some retail outlets, so she took her business to the next level and opened Dispensary on Division (2075 Division St., East Troy) in February. The retail store and kombucha tap room also contains a Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection-licensed commercial kitchen for fermenting, processing and packaging. The kombucha on tap are Peterburs’ original formulas, sans CBD, and just before purchase she asks customers if they wanted it added. “That way, I can measure how much CBD is going into their drink. That’s a grey area with edibles— how much are you really getting in that muffin or in that chocolate bar? I add it right before each individualized serving, so customers know exactly what they’re getting,” she affirms. A 12-ounce serving will typically have 4.1 milligrams of CBD. Peterburs also uses three other methods for adding CBD to kombucha that’s bottled and sold grab-and-go. She also offers 64-ounce growlers, with an option for a grocery tote that holds four refillable growler bottles, with a discount of $5 off each one. Standard flavors include lime, cucumber and ginger; hibiscus and spearmint; elderberry and blueberry; and lavender and Earl Grey. Other CBD items for purchase include tinctures manufactured by Wisconsin’s own Partnered Process and WI Hemp Scientific. She also offers CBD flower from Turtle Creek Gardens, also in Wisconsin. Her CBD hard candy and suckers are made in the store’s licensed commercial kitchen. She buys CBD gummies wholesale and repackages them for resale. Pet parents can find Koi CBD pet treats, and Peterburs also carries gift items like shirts, hats and tote bags. While CBD has been getting most of the limelight lately, cannabigerol (CBG), another non-psychoactive cannabinoid abundant in hemp believed to react with cannabinoid receptors in the brain, has been known to fight inflammation, pain and nausea. Dispensary on Division carries CBG tinctures. Peterburs uses a wheel chart to match customers’ symptoms with the best hemp remedy. “In East Troy, a lot of people come in with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) because they were in the military, so they have trouble sleeping, or they’re anxious,” she explains. “So, we look at that wheel and match a lab value and suggest to customers whether they should use CBG instead of CBD.” In effort to educate people about CBD and other cannabis derivatives, Peterburs will also verify lab work for products purchased elsewhere. In some brands, she’s says she’s found small amounts of lead, acetone and butane. She also offers guidance on dosing and advises people to start with low doses and gradually increase as needed. She also hopes to have Dispensary on Division serve as a resource for others in the industry and is currently looking for employees to train and mentor. Regarding furthering cannabis legalization, Peterburs believes Wisconsin is wise to slightly hold off and let other states around us go first to see what to do and avoid so our state can roll out a program effectively. She sees the cannabis industry as a good opportunity to further creativity in business market. For more information, visit facebook.com/dispensaryondivision or dispensaryondivision.com Comment at shepherdexpress.com. n

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Cream City Wellness. Unlike other hemp stores in Milwaukee, this one boasts the fact it is entirely local and products aren’t imported. “We are happy to be able to monitor and control the entire process from start to finish. There are companies that have to outsource their flower or processing, but we are able to do everything in house.” To ensure full control over the quality of their products, the owners of Cream City Wellness leave nothing to third parties, except for independent lab testing. “We are a seed-to-shelf company, so we want to focus on the quality of the hemp that we are growing, because that is what goes into all of our products,” Gengembre said. “We want to make sure we can see that whole process through; that’s why we’re vertically integrated— we do the growing, the processing, the packaging, everything.” They make small batches, but customers can be assured every single product sold in the shop has been carefully made. The choice to grow hemp was made when the state debuted the hemp pilot program. Alex Gengembre owned a landscaping company prior to Cream City Wellness; he used this experience with plants to grow hemp. He was helped along the way by his brother, who had experience growing medical marijuana out of state. Besides just growing hemp, they wanted to be able to educate the community on the subject. “We grew about two acres and 11 different varieties just to try it out and see how they did in the climate here in Wisconsin,” Alli Gengembre explained. “Since then, we have kept moving forward and trying to increase our acreage and increase production.” Their fields now encompass 70 acres. “We make small batches of oil through ethanol extraction, then we infuse the oil into the products,” she continued. “We don’t do mass production, and we only make products as we need it. For us, what really matters is the quality of each product, and we know what exactly we are putting into it.” !"##$%&'(&')*$+*$,-$.+,$))/0"#/ n SHEPHERD EXPRESS


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rish Fest is to Milwaukee like the pot o’ gold is to the end of the rainbow. It’s an incredible journey well worth undertaking based on what you just might find when you get there: 17 stages with more than 100 entertainment acts billed as “the world’s largest celebration of Irish music and culture.” With this being the 39th annual Milwaukee Irish Fest, it’s clear that it’s taken a whole lot more than the luck o’ the Irish to keep the green going and flowing. While we can expect the traditional fiddles and bodhrans (hand drums) of Gaelic Storm and the bagpipes and electric guitars from the Red Hot Chilli Pipers (that’s Pipers, not Peppers!), this year’s music line-up has something for every musical taste, be it Americana, Indie folk, Celtic rock or, in the Pipers’ case, “Bagrock.” (Note: The “men in kilts” know how to rock it! Check out their Queen and AC/DC covers.) While Irish Fest has plenty of music and Irish food to choose from (this year features a Sunday high tea, which sold out quickly), 2019 honors Ireland, of course, and a very special group of people, according to Mike Mitchell, executive director of CelticMKE, which presents the festival. “We’re showcasing Galway, Ireland, to make people aware of their upcoming Galway 2020 celebration. They were selected as the “European Capitol of Culture” for 2020, and celebrations and exhibitions will be taking place all year,” says Mitchell. With Galway being the focus this year, the Music and Cultural Showcase will include a Galway Historic Maps exhibit from the Royal Irish Academy, as well as a Maps of Connemara exhibit from the National University of Ireland-Galway, says Cathy Ward, director of festival operations. For boaters and sailors of the “high seas” (that’s Lake Michigan for us Wisconsinites), Ward explains that there’s an area featuring currach boats (wooden frames with animal skins traditionally stretched over them), with an exhibit on The Galway Hooker sail boats and a 3D map of Galway Bay. “Last but not least, Callens Celtic Kitchen will be hosting Chef Martin O’Donnell from the Twelve Hotel in Galway,” Ward emphasizes, should you need a good Galway bite or two after all that walking.

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And, of course, there’s also the music imported from Galway. There are five Galway acts that play the Lakefront-McGourthy Family Stage: The Kane Sisters, The Whileaways, We Banjo 3 and Leo Moran & Padraig Stevens. Irish Fest has become renowned for booking major Irish and Celtic music over the years, from traditional bands such as The Chieftains and Tommy Makem to the more contemporary sounds of Black 47 and School of Fish, among many others. “Milwaukee Irish Fest is known over in Ireland as ‘Milwaukee Fest,’” explains Melissa Ward, the festival’s entertainment committee and marketing director. As new acts and artists emerge in Ireland and other Celtic nations (as well as in Canada), they look to the U.S. for performance venues—specifically Milwaukee—and will arrange their tours around the festival.” CelticMKE travels to festivals and conferences through Milwaukee Ireland, Scotland and Canada to scout talent, according to Irish Fest Melissa Ward, and for those Irish Fest devotees keeping track, Henry Maier The Red Hot Chilli Pipers played their first U.S. show at Irish Festival Park Fest in our city in 2009. And We Banjo 3, which will make its Aug. 15-18 U.S. debut this year at Irish Fest, is one of the latest in bands to attend that melds genres. “We Banjo 3 merges Celtic with bluegrass and dubs their music as ‘Celtgrass,’ Ward explains. As another example, Seo Linn infuses traditional Irish music with indie folk sounds.”  There’s plenty to choose from regardless of taste, music, food or otherwise. Irish Fest is also honoring first responders with a ceremony on Saturday, Aug. 17, on the Miller Stage “to recognize 10 families who lost loved ones in the last year while in the line of duty,” Mitchell says. For Mitchell, there’s a very easy way to tell that Milwaukee Irish Fest is a success. “By the smiles on our patrons faces and the joy in the heart of our volunteers,” he says, adding, “In a divisive world, this presents a four-day period where people can set aside their worries and just have a good time while listening to great music.” Milwaukee Irish Fest runs Aug. 15-18 at the Henry Maier Festival Park (the Summerfest Grounds). For more information, visit irishfest.com.

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(left) Ben Shahn, American, 1898–1969, For the Sake of a Single Verse . . . from the Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge by Rainer Maria Rilke, 1968, Portfolio of 24 lithographs on Velin d’Arches paper, Edition 767/950, Published by Atelier Mourlot, New York, Typography by The Spiral Press, 98.31.5.1–24, Gift of an Anonymous Donor, Collection of the Haggerty Museum of Art, Marquette University. (right) Illustration by Robin Jacques from Ariel Poem New Series The Winnowing Dream, 1954, by Walter de la Mare, Faber and Faber, Jesse Broad and Co., Rare Books Collection, Special Collections and University Archives, Raynor Memorial Libraries, Marquette University. A U G U S T 1 5 , 2 0 1 9 ! 25


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Remembering Leonard Cohen’s Muse, ‘Marianne’

47 Meters Down: Uncaged PG-13

While traveling in Brazil, four teen girls (Corinne Foxx, Sophie Nélisse, Brianne Tju and Sylvester Stallone’s daughter, Sistine Rose) scuba-dive to search for underwater ruins. Exploring a site of claustrophobic caves connected by eerie tunnels, the girls soon discover they’ve inadvertently stumbled into haunting grounds of the great white shark. With their air supplies dwindling fast, the divers have little time to evade the sharks while finding an exit from their hellish nightmare. Now becoming a familiar trope, this sequel joins a growing list of films that feature beautiful young women escaping a fearsome predator. (Lisa Miller)

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[ HOME MOVIES / NOW STREAMING ] n Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché

Alice Guy saw the Lumière brothers demonstrate their motion picture projector (1895). As secretary for Leon Gaumont, soon to found France’s premier film studio, the resourceful woman was well positioned for an extraordinary—and largely forgotten—career in cinema. Be Natural follows the life of the first female filmmaker and, perhaps, the first director to tell stories with the new medium. Directed by Pamela B. Green, Be Natural reassembles the scattered record of Guy’s career, She wrote, edited, directed and owned one of America’s early studios in Fort Lee, N.J. and—based on the clips seen in the documentary—was masterful at composition and willing to take on any theme from cowboys to feminism. During her U.S. sojourn, she directed the first all African American cast. Bankruptcy and divorce sent her home to France where she was forgotten. However, Alfred Hitchcock and Sergei Eisenstein were inspired as children by her films.

n“The Buster Keaton Collection Volume 2: Sherlock Jr. and The Navigator”

His face as imperturbable as stone, Buster Keaton played the everyman moving unblinkingly into headwinds of absurdity and adversity. Along with his comedic gifts, he was one of silent Hollywood’s great directors. In Sherlock Jr. (1924), he plays a movie projectionist whose fantasy life assumes the form of movies unspooling in his imagination. The best compliment: Many scenes remain laugh-out-loud funny through gestures and words unheard. Sherlock is paired on the Blu-ray with The Navigator (1924).

n Body at Brighton Rock

Body at Brighton Rock (2019) starts as a light Millennial comedy: Wendy is an irresponsible park guide with an unserious attitude toward her job. “It’s just a walk in the woods. How hard can that be?” she says. But then the music gets eerie, she loses her way, finds a dead person and—worst of all!—her cellphone dies. Hapless Wendy is trapped in the woods and someone else is out there. Will she survive? —David Luhrssen 26 | A U G U S T 1 5 , 2 0 1 9

The Angry Birds Movie 2 PG

This imaginative sequel zips along with clever puns and slapstick comedy. Spawned by the 2009 video game, this second feature film virtually ignores its origins beyond the well-loved characters and settings. And so, it is that residents of Bird and Pig Islands must reluctantly team up to repel the purple-plumed villain, Zeta (voiced by Leslie Jones), who seeks a tropical refuge from her ice-bound, Arctic Circle isle. She attacks their islands with glacier-bomb attacks. Seeking to ruin her launcher, the birds and pigs infiltrate her frosty island disguised as a large, awkward eagle. Colorful animation borders on overwhelming, but an off-the-charts cuteness factor includes baby bird voicework by hatchlings, Faith and Sunday Kidman-Urban. (L.M.)

Good Boys R

Max, Thor and Lucas (Jacob Tremblay, Brady Noon and Keith Williams) are 12-year-old best friends excited to attend their first “kissing party.” Using a drone belonging to Max’s dad, the boys attempt to pick up pointers by spying on the teens next door. But, when the teens take their drone hostage, the boys steal the neighbor’s purse, unaware it contains illegal drugs. While scheming to reacquire the drone, the boys’ kissing research leads to the discovery of their parents’ sex toy stash. Their legions of bad decisions keep the story moving while giving parents and future parents the opportunity to ponder why adults believe they can hide anything from their kids. (L.M.)

Blinded By the Light PG-13

Born of Pakistani immigrants, high schooler Javed (Viveik Kalra) and his family live in Luton, England. It’s 1987 when Javed’s dictatorial father labors at the British GM factory but insists his family conduct their lives in traditional Pakistani manner. Immigrant-haters bully Javed, who feels isolated at school and alienated at home. Javed writes poetry to express his feelings, but he truly comes alive after discovering Bruce Springsteen, whose powerful lyrics clarify Javed’s thoughts. With The Boss in his headphones, Javed dates a girl (Nell Williams) from his literature class and enters writing contests. To fully meld his Eastern and Western identities, Javed seeks a means of pleasing his family while also pursuing his dreams. (L.M.)

Where’d You Go Bernadette? PG-13

This film adaptation of Maria Semple’s best-selling 2012 novel casts Cate Blanchett as Bernadette. Secretly agoraphobic, the thought of a planned family vacation makes her queasy. Equally upsetting, her ongoing feud with a neighbor (Kristen Wiig) has drawn interest from the Feds. Soon after the FBI arrives, Bernadette disappears. Her husband, Elgie (Billy Crudup), feels helpless while her daughter Bee (Emma Nelson) receives a little help investigating Bernadette’s past, which she finds hold surprises. Exploring the boundaries of what constitutes our identity, this lighthearted mystery looks at the unintended consequences of our choices. (L.M.) SHEPHERD EXPRESS


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e know that climate change is happening, but is it happening here? And once we see evidence of our changing natural world, is there anything we can do? Ground Truth: A Guide to Tracking Climate Change at Home provides answers to these and other climate-related questions in a practical guidebook with a very literal title. For author Mark L. Hineline, the truth about our changing climate can be seen in the very ground under our feet. In his enlightening and accessible book, Hineline implores readers to study their everyday interactions with nature and to track observations by keeping keen written records of what we see, hear, touch and feel. By blending personal stories, hard scientific research and the words of some of history’s best nature writers, Hineline encourages us to use our senses to gain a greater knowledge of our natural surroundings.

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From Galway With Love: BackWest Build on Irish Traditions ::BY JOSHUA MILLER

here’s a lot of linkage between music and where we come from,” says Maureen Browne, singer and fiddle player for Galway, Ireland-based band BackWest. “We look in-depth at how the music relates to us, and that in turn informs on how we arrange it.” For BackWest and other traditional-leaning Irish musicians, heritage and tradition are at the heart of what they do. Browne recalls going with her brother Brendan, who plays button accordion, as children to join in communal performances with veteran Irish musicians such as Máirtín O’Connor and Johnny “Ringo” McDonough and getting exposed to a wealth of musical knowledge and history. “We always looked at it as they were passing the history down to us, but they had their own take on it,” Browne says. “Being surrounded by such a rich environment of music and story and history, it really shapes us as musicians. We’re very much deep rooted within the tradition. But I suppose like every generation, you’re going to have a newer sort of a take on it as well.” The band also features Fabian Joyce (guitars and vocals), Peter Vickers (dances and plays bodhrán and percussion) and Shane McGowan (guitarist and vocals). Together they build upon past traditions, incorporating even more genres of music while staying true to their roots. “It’s broadening your scale as a musician as well, to weld into all these different genres,” Browne says. “But then coming right back to where you came from and where you’re proud of coming from.” It’s evident on BackWest’s latest album, Heritage Hall, released earlier this year, and the various musical arrangements chosen. That includes reels, jigs, songs and polkas. The band’s time in America has also rubbed off on several pieces of music. The album features their unique spin on Gordon Lightfoot’s “The Early Morning Rain,” as well as “Captain Captain,” which previously was performed by both Crooked Still and Rebecca King Jones. Browne relates to the latter since she’s spent her whole life growing up by the sea. To add even more oomph to the music, they worked on capturing their vibrant

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live energy while recording. “From day one, we felt that we always wanted to have albums as if they were live,” says Browne. “To get that live element into the album, so… that you went home, and when you put that album on, you went straight back to the live performance. That it brought you on that journey that you go on.” The album features a jig influenced by their Uber rides in America. “Every time I play the jig, ‘Maggie’s Uber Mile,’ [from Heritage Hall] I see myself on the bus,” Browne says. “I didn’t know what an Uber was until I landed in America last year. And I must have been in about 30 of them by the time I’d left, so me and the Uber had very good relationships.” Browne is thankful for her time in America. “We had so many fantastic times when we were over, and we met some fabulous people. Huge open arms,” she says. “We had loads of funny stories. Flight getting canceled. Going from Chicago down to Boston and having to make alternative arrangements. There’s loads of stories there for the next album.” The extensive resumes of each of the band’s members has led many in Ireland to call them a super group. “I think every BackWest band is a super group in their own way,” Browne says. “The biggest thing for us is that you go out and you do what you love Milwaukee to do, and you make people happy. Every time you turn on Irish Fest the news, it was down, down, down. One thing that our music Aug. 15-18 seemed to do was just let them escape for that little bit of time. “If you find an artist that gives you that, then it’s a real special thing. I have that gift to allow somebody to just clear their minds for, be it a half an hour, two hours, whatever it is. To give them a little bit of joy, and to make them feel alive.” BackWest is excited about playing their first Milwaukee Irish Fest and being one of five bands representing Galway. “It’s fantastic to be part of that line-up, to represent the hometown,” Browne says. “There will be plenty of spontaneity over there. I think it’s going to be a fantastic festival. It’s going to be definitely one that there’ll be plenty of tunes written after.” BackWest performs at Milwaukee Irish Fest, Aug. 15-18. For times and stages visit irishfest.com.

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 16

Schoolhouse Rock Live! Jr. @ Racine Theatre Guild, 6 p.m. The Emmy Award-winning Saturday morning educational cartoon series and pop culture phenomenon is now a musical. A young schoolteacher is nervous about his first day of teaching. He tries to relax by watching TV, when various characters representing facets of his personality emerge from the set and show him how to win his students over with imagination and music. Memorable songs such as “Just a Bill,”“Lolly, Lolly, Lolly” and “Conjunction Junction” bring his lesson plans vividly to life.

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 15

OKAN w/ Raine Stern @ John Michael Kohler Arts Center, 6 p.m.

Taking its name from the word for ”heart” or “soul” in the Afro-Cuban religion of Santeria, OKAN fuses Afro-Cuban and other global rhythms with jazz, folk and classical forms to deliver their own contemporary Afro-Cuban roots music. OKAN embraces genres and roles that have historically been dominated by men: coleaders, composers and multi-instrumentalists. Elizabeth Rodriguez and Magdelys Savigne bring a fresh perspective to Latin and world jazz fusion through their powerful vocals, incredible musicianship and potent lyrical content.

International Guitar Festival @ Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts

This three-day festival includes semi-final and final competition rounds in five genres (blues, classical, fingerstyle, jazz and rock) featuring 61 competitors from 50 cities competing for $40,000 in cash prizes. There are also free masterclasses in all five genres, including a jazz masterclass led by John Scofield. Three free concerts featuring Ireland’s fingerstyle legend Shane Hennessy, Milwaukee’s own award-winning classical guitarist Rene Izquierdo and the Troy Stetina Project. The John Scofield Trio featuring Steve Swallow and Bill Stewart headline on Saturday.

Orquesta Salsa Power @ Colectivo Lakefront, 7 p.m.

Enjoy the last event in the 15th season of Colectivo Coffee and the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at UW-Milwaukee’s Música del Lago concert series featuring Latin music.

Rebel Rampage @ Shank Hall, 8 p.m.

Los Angeles protest rock power trio, Rebel Rampage arrives armed with words and music to resist oppression by the government and inspire change for equality and justice. The goal is to galvanize the public to engage in the democratic process by upholding civil and constitutional rights and enforce accountability for the actions of those in power. The ever-expanding list of topical issues addressed range from immigration and women’s rights to free press, climate change and the failings of the U.S. health care system. 32 | A U G U S T 1 5 , 2 0 1 9

SATURDAY, AUGUST 17 IndiaFest @ Humboldt Park

IndiaFest has been bringing communities together beyond borders, boundaries, language, religion and region since 2013, observing India’s Independence Day providing a platform that brings an essence of India to the community for education, collaboration and cultural immersion.

Chris Haise Band, Yum Yum Cult, Amanda Huff and Rose of the West @ Ayre in the Square, Catalano Square, 4 p.m. Here is a small feast in the land of fests—a quartet of great local musicians in this gem of a park in the Third Ward.

TUESDAY, AUGUST 20

Stray Cats’ Slim Jim Phantom @ Shank Hall, 8 p.m.

Slim Jim Phantom may be best known as drummer for American rockabilly band Stray Cats. In the MTV era, the band’s sound and image were the perfect antidote to the less-than-substantial music that took over the airwaves, with Phantom’s stand-up drumming leading the charge. Dig a little deeper and you will find that Phantom drummed in the band Top Cat with Motörhead’s Lemmy Kilmister. To witness that band play songs by Jimmy Reed and Buddy Holly was rock ’n’ roll’s Halley’s Comet.

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hen he was in high school, Garrett Waite’s guitar teacher finally gave up—in a good way. “He was more of a finger-style blues player and he took me as far as he could go,” Waite recalls. “He sent me to the go-to guy for jazz guitar. The guy to go to was Jack Grassel, and now the former master and apprentice are collaborating as a duo. And not just a guitar duo, but a two-man multiinstrumental ensemble whose repertoire spans the musical spectrum. Along with his patented triple-neck guitar, which can play the role of electric guitar, bass and mandolin, Grassel will pick up banjo, melodica and wooden flute in the course of the concert. Waite will play triple-neck guitar and melodica. “We are 50 years apart in age, but when we play together it’s like we’re the same age,” Grassel says. Seasoned but as youthful as someone half his age, Grassel has a long history in Milwaukee jazz as an educator (Hal Leonard is publishing his latest manual this month), performer and recording artist. He has released more than 20 albums and evolved as a composer from the initial inspiration of Thelonious Monk to embrace an even wider world. He handled jazz-rock fusion easily enough and eventually drew sustenance from Latin American and Indian music. At their concert this Sunday, the duo will play three compositions by Grassel and two by Waite. They will explore the work Jack by Monk, Wayne Shorter, Cedar Walton, Jerome Kern, J.S. Bach Grassel and John Cage. And one suspects spontaneous fires will light up and Garrett along the way, taking the concert in unexpected directions. “Improvisation will tie it together,” Grassel explains. Much Waite beloved by jazz musicians, Bach provides a feast for inventive Villa Terrace interpretations. Cage’s “Dreams” was originally conceived to Decorative accompany the fluid movements of a Merce Cunningham Arts Museum dance concert. Sunday, Waite cites Wayne Shorter as a compositional model and Aug. 18, Steely Dan for setting a high bar. “If I’m writing a pop song, I’ll in10:30 a.m. clude jazz elements. If it’s a jazz-oriented composition, I’ll include 12:30 p.m. rock elements,” he says. Waite is a student at Boston’s Berklee College of Music. When he’s in Milwaukee, he plays in an eclectic jazz-funk-rock combo with drummer Jeremy Reutebuch and keyboardist Joshua Catania and also collaborates with alt hip-hop artists. Grassel has played in one lineup or another for decades at the venue of Sunday’s concert, Villa Terrace. “We could not get away with this in a club—it’s a concert setting,” he says. Waite adds, “A big thing Jack imparted on me is the importance of playing whatever you want. We play the music we’re excited about. There’s no concept behind the choices for the concert except that they are tunes we like.” Jack Grassel and Garrett Waite perform at Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum, 2220 N. Terrace Ave., on Sunday, Aug. 18, from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. A U G U S T 1 5 , 2 0 1 9 | 33


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411 East Wisconsin Center, Tunes@Noon: Donna Woodall (12pm) Anodyne Coffee Roasting Co., Blind Fiction “Overlook” vinyl release Bayshore Town Center, Bayshore Sounds of Summer: Mixtape (6pm) Bilda’s Friess Lake Pub (Hubertus), Retrograde (6pm) Caroline’s Jazz Club, Ryan Meisel Quartet Charcoal Grill (Oak Creek), Pat McCurdy Clarke Hotel (Waukesha), Ginni & JoAnna Marie (6pm) Colectivo Lakefront, Orquesta Salsa Power County Clare Irish Inn & Pub, Acoustic Irish Folk w/Barry Dodd Green Tree Community Garden, Rhythm & Blooms Concert Series: Extra Crispy Brass Band (6pm) Harley-Davidson Museum, Bike Night: Rebel Grace (5pm) Jazz Estate, Johannes Wallmann / Dennis Mitcheltree Quartet Kochanski’s Concertina Beer Hall, Open Jam: Roadhouse Rave Up Marcus Center For The Performing Arts, Live @ Peck Pavilion: Chris Crain (12pm) Marcus Center For The Performing Arts, Live @ Peck Pavilion: Heartache Tonight – A Tribute to the Eagles! (7pm) Mason Street Grill, Mark Thierfelder Jazz Trio (5:30pm) Matty’s Bar & Grille (New Berlin), Smokin’ Live & Local: Alyssia Dominguez (5pm) McAuliffe’s On The Square, Open Mic Night Mezcalero Restaurant, Open Jam w/host Abracadabra Jam Band O’Donoghue’s Irish Pub, The All-Star SUPERband (6pm) On The Bayou, Open Mic Comedy w/host The Original Darryl Hill Potawatomi Hotel & Casino, In Bar 360: Hambo & The Meemops Red Rock Saloon, SNC Knight Out Rounding Third Bar and Grill, World’s Funniest Free Comedy Show Sanger House Gardens, Jack and Jill Jazz: Jack Grassel & Jill Jensen (6pm) Shank Hall, Rebel Rampage Sheryl’s Club 175 (Slinger), Acoustic Jam w/Milwaukee Mike & Downtown Julius Smoke Shack at the Mayfair Collection, Matt MF Tyner (5pm) The Back Room @ Colectivo, Trout Steak Revival The Packing House, Barbara Stephan & Peter Mac (6pm) Thiensville Village Park, Simply id Transfer Pizzeria Café, Latin Sessions: Cecilio Negron, Jr Turner Hall Ballroom, The Alarm w/Modern English, Gene Loves Jezebel (6pm) Up & Under, No Vacancy Comedy Open Mic Nite X-Ray Arcade (Cudahy), People In Trouble w/Jab Jugular & Nuclear Family!

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Fire On Water, Sweet Delta Dawn Fiserv Forum Plaza, The Great American Lobster Fest: Altered Five Blues Band Five O’Clock Steakhouse, Ronny Starr Motown Experience Greenfield Park, Traveling Beer Garden: Memory Makers (5pm) Iron Mike’s, Jam Session w/Steve Nitros & the Liquor Salesmen Ivanhoe Pub & Eatery (Racine), Naomi Marie (6pm) Jazz Estate, Nineteen Thirteen record release (8pm), Late Night Session: Gramma Matrix Late Night Vinyl (11:30pm) Lakefront Brewery, Brewhaus Polka Kings (5:30pm) Linneman’s Riverwest Inn, Ravi/Lola Neighborhood Daydream album release show w/Wavy V & The Old Northwest Mamie’s, Kenny J. & The Shadows Mason Street Grill, Phil Seed Trio (6pm) Mezcalero Restaurant, K T Music Express Milwaukee Boat Line Dock, MKE Boat Line presents: The Grovelers & The Mighty Deerlick Okauchee Legion Post #399, The Hit-Men Pabst Milwaukee Brewery & Taproom, Gina Marie Pabst Theater, Leslie Jones Potawatomi Hotel & Casino, In Bar 360: Christopher’s Project Rave / Eagles Club, Flatbush Zombies and Joey Bada$$ w/The Underachievers, Kirk Knight, Nyck Caution, Powers Pleasant & CJ Fly (all-ages, 7pm), The Mighty Mighty Bosstones w/Bedouin Soundclash & 5 O’Clock Charlie (all-ages, 8pm) Red Rock Saloon, Zac Matthews Riverside Theater, Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals w/Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue & Jessy Wilson Shank Hall, The Producers w/Spud Bucket The Back Room @ Colectivo, Mason Jennings The Cheel / The Baaree (Thiensville), Friday Night Live: Mannish Boys & Stephen Hull (6pm) The Cooperage, The Hooten Hallers w/Wood Chickens The Packing House, Carmen Nickerson & The Carmen Sutra Trio (6:30pm) Twisted Fisherman, Unity Reggae Up & Under, Haunted Harlots X-Ray Arcade (Cudahy), Day Tvvo w/Armon Hassan, Mario Betancourt Lanza, Fearjoy, Mexico City is Sinking

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SUNDAY, AUGUST 18

Angelo’s Piano Lounge, Live Karaoke w/Julie Brandenburg Bremen Cafe, Soul Abode w/Fressure Point & Hoppers Luck Cactus Club, There and Back Tour Hometown Stop: King Myles, Yogie B & Keez Eddie Jame$, Trashman Shunny, Mo’City, Mayyh3m, Jaecar & Max Traffic Circle-A Cafe, Alive at Eight: John Sieger & Ramblin’ Deano (8pm); DJ: John Riepenhoff & Sara Caron (10pm) J&B’s Blue Ribbon Bar and Grill, The Players Jam Linneman’s Riverwest Inn, Mystery Loves Company Little Red Store (Wauwatosa), The Lakeside Ramblers (3pm) Matty’s Bar & Grille (New Berlin), Summer Concert w/Phil Norby (3pm) Mitchell Park Amphitheater/Stage (near S. 24th & W. Pierce St., Abraxes w/Browns Crew (3pm) Riverside Theater, Shakey Graves and Dr. Dog w/Caroline Rose Rounding Third Bar and Grill, The Dangerously Strong Comedy Open Mic Scotty’s Bar & Pizza, Larry Lynne Solo (4pm) Shank Hall, Lindsay Beaver St. Louis Catholic Church (Caledonia), Parish Festival: Steve Meisner Band (11am) The Back Room @ Colectivo, Matt Wertz The Cheel / The Baaree (Thiensville), Sunday Funday: Stella & Me (4pm) Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum, Café Sopra Mare: Jack Grassel and Garrett Waite (10:30am)

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::FREEWILLASTROLOGY ::BY ROB BREZSNY LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Moray eels have two sets of jaws. The front set does their chewing. The second set, normally located behind the first, can be launched forward to snag prey they want to eat. In invoking this aggressive strategy to serve as a metaphor for you in the coming weeks, I want to suggest that you be very dynamic and enterprising as you go after what you want and need. Don’t be rude and invasive, of course, but consider the possibility of being audacious and zealous. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): It’s relatively rare, but now and then people receive money or gifts from donors they don’t know. Relatives they’ve never met may bequeath them diamond tiaras or alpaca farms or bundles of cash. I don’t think that’s exactly what will occur for you in the coming weeks, but I do suspect that you’ll garner blessings or help from unexpected sources. To help ensure the best possible versions of these acts of grace, I suggest that you be as generous as possible in the kindness and attention you offer. Remember this verse from the Bible: “Do not forget to show hospitality to strangers, for by so doing some people have shown hospitality to angels without knowing it.” LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Libra-born Ronald McNair was an African American who grew up in a racist town in South Carolina in the 1950s. The bigotry cramped his freedom, but he rebelled. When he was 9 years old, he refused to leave a segregated library, which prompted authorities to summon the police. Years later, McNair earned a Ph.D. in physics from MIT and became renowned for his research on laser physics. Eventually, NASA chose him to be an astronaut from a pool of 10,000 candidates. That library in South Carolina? It’s now named after him. I suspect that you, too, will soon receive some vindication, Libra: a reward or blessing or consecration that will reconfigure your past. SCORPIO (Oct. 3-Nov. 21): Scorpio author Zadie Smith wrote, “In the end, your past is not my past and your truth is not my truth and your solution—is not my solution.” I think it will be perfectly fine if sometime soon you speak those words to a person you care about. In delivering such a message, you won’t be angry or dismissive. Rather, you will be establishing good boundaries between you and your ally; you will be acknowledging the fact that the two of you are different people with different approaches to life. And I bet that will ultimately make you closer. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): “Nothing fruitful ever comes when plants are forced to flower in the wrong season,” wrote author and activist Bette Bao Lord. That’s not entirely true. For example, skilled and meticulous gardeners can compel tulip and hyacinth bulbs to flower before they would naturally be able to. But as a metaphor, Lord’s insight is largely accurate. And I think you’ll be wise to keep it in mind during the coming weeks. So my advice is: don’t try to make people and processes ripen before they are ready. But here’s a caveat: you might have modest success working to render them a bit more ready. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): “For though we often need to be restored to the small, concrete, limited, and certain, we as often need to be reminded of the large, vague, unlimited, unknown.” Poet A. R. Ammons formulated that shiny burst of wisdom, and now I’m passing it on to you. As I think you know, you tend to have more skill at, and a greater inclination, toward the small, concrete, limited, and certain. That’s why, in my opinion, it’s rejuvenating for you to periodically exult in and explore what’s large, vague, unlimited, unknown. Now is one of those times. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): “Look into my eyes. Kiss me, and you will see how important I am.” Poet Sylvia Plath wrote that, and now, in accordance with astrological omens, I’m authorizing you to say something similar to anyone who is interested in you but would benefit from gazing more deeply into your soul and entering into a more profound relationship with your mysteries. In other words, you have cosmic permission to be more forthcoming in showing people your beauty and value.

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PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): In his AntiMemoirs, author André Malraux quotes a tough-minded priest who served in the French Resistance during World War II. He spent his adult life hearing his parishioners’ confessions. “The fundamental fact is that there’s no such thing as a grown-up person,” the priest declared. Even if that’s mostly true, Pisces, my sense is that it is less true about you right now than it has ever been. In the past months, you have been doing good work to become more of a fully realized version of yourself. I expect that the deepening and maturation process is reaching a culmination. Don’t underestimate your success! Celebrate it! ARIES (March 21-April 19): How did sound technicians create the signature roar of the fictional monster Godzilla? They slathered pine-tar resin on a leather glove and stroked it against the strings of a double bass. How about the famous howl of the fictional character Tarzan? Sonic artists blended a hyena’s screech played backwards, a dog’s growl, a soprano singer’s fluttered intonation slowed down and an actor’s yell. Karen O, lead singer of the band Yeah Yeah Yeahs, periodically unleashes very long screams that may make the hair stand up on the back of her listeners’ necks. In accordance with astrological omens, I’d love to see you experiment with creating your own personal Yowl or Laugh or Whisper of Power in the coming weeks: a unique sound that would boost your wild confidence and help give you full access to your primal lust for life. TAURUS (April 20-May 20): “If your dreams do not scare you, they are not big enough,” said Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, ex-president of Liberia. In accordance with astrological imperatives, I propose that we make that your watchword for the foreseeable future. From what I can tell, you’re due to upgrade your long-term goals. You have the courage and vision necessary to dare yourself toward an even more fulfilling destiny than you’ve been willing or ready to imagine up until now. GEMINI (May 21-June 20): How did our ancestors ever figure out that the calendula flower can be used as healing medicine for irritated and inflamed skin? It must have been a very long process of trial and error. (Or did the plant somehow “communicate” to indigenous herbalists, informing them of its use?) In any case, this curative herb is only one of hundreds of plants that people somehow came to adjudge as having healing properties. “Miraculous” is not too strong a word to describe such discoveries. According to my analysis of the astrological omens, Gemini, you now have the patience and perspicacity to engage in a comparable process: to find useful resources through experiment and close observation—with a hardy assist from your intuition. CANCER (June 21-July 22): Today the city of Timbuktu in Mali is poor and in the throes of desertification. But from the 14th to 17th centuries, it was one of the great cultural centers of the world. Its libraries filled up with thousands of influential books, which remained intact until fairly recently. In 2012, Al Qaeda jihadists conceived a plan to destroy the vast trove of learning and scholarship. One man foiled them. Abba al-Hadi, an illiterate guard who had worked at one of the libraries, smuggled out many of the books in empty rice sacks. By the time the jihadists started burning, most of the treasure had been relocated. I don’t think the problem in your sphere is anywhere near as dire as this, Cancerian. But I do hope you will be proactive about saving and preserving valuable resources before they’re at risk of being diluted, compromised or neglected. Homework: The Japanese poet Ikkyū said, “To all I care about, here’s a friendly tip: enlightenment is gaffe upon error upon blooper.” Do you agree? Freewillastrology.com.

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In the Heat of the Moment It’s been a hot summer in Europe. Among those suffering was an unnamed 66-year-old military veteran in the small southeastern French town of Les Arcs-sur-Argens, who had been complaining for several weeks to his landlady, Maryse Malin, 71, about the lack of air conditioning in his villa. That may have been why, the Local reported, he shot the “sweet, kind and caring lady” three times, killing her. Malin had agreed to install air conditioning but told the tenant it couldn’t be done until October.

Hot Pursuit Two men in Antwerp, Belgium, felt the heat on Wednesday, July 24, when they accidentally got locked in a shipping container full of cocaine in the huge port there, reported AFP. That day, temperatures reached a record high of 104 degrees Fahrenheit, stifling the 24- and 25-year-olds who had entered the container “to remove the drugs,” according to prosecutors. As the mercury rose, they desperately called a police emergency number, and when police finally found them two hours later, they gratefully gave themselves up. Port workers were videoed pouring water over the pair to try to lower their body temperatures.

The Unkindest Cut of All Alex Bonilla, 49, took revenge to an extreme on the man he told police he had caught cheating with his wife in May, according to WCJB. On Sunday, July 14, Gilchrist County, Fla., sheriff’s deputies said Bonilla entered a house in the town of Bell, firing a gunshot and forcing a man inside into a bedroom, where he tied the man up and, using scissors, cut off his…, which he then ran away with. Later that

day, deputies arrested Bonilla at his place of employment; his bond was set at $1.25 million. The family of the victim declined to comment, but said through the sheriff’s office the victim was doing well medically.

Cold Dog In a product expansion move that inspires one to shout, “Stay in your lane!” Oscar Meyer announced on Thursday, Aug. 1, that it is entering the dessert category with the Ice Dog Sandwich—an ice cream sandwich with cookie “buns” surrounding bits of candied hot dog meat and spicy mustard ice cream. UPI reported that the company partnered with a New York ice cream company to create the confectionary treat. Not to be outflanked, French’s has announced that it’s coming out with its own mustard-flavored dessert together with Coolhaus (an ice cream maker).

Just Too Easy Police in Sydney, Australia, had a drug bust land in their laps on Monday, July 22, when an unnamed man slammed a van loaded with 600 pounds of methamphetamines into a patrol car parked outside a suburban police station. The car was empty at the time of the collision, Reuters reported. The van sped away from the scene, but police caught up with the 28-yearold driver an hour later and charged him with drug supply and negligent driving. The drugs had an estimated street value of about $140 million.

Just Too Easy II Michael Harrell, 54, strolled into a U.S. Bank in Cleveland, Ohio, on Monday, July 29, with a note demanding cash from a teller: “This is a robbery. Don’t get nobody hurt.” Unfortunately for the robber, according to WJW, he wrote the note on the back of a document he had received from the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles, which included his full name and address. The teller gave Harrell $206 and summoned police, who later arrested him.

Just Too Easy III A man in Spain who is a serial mocker of recycling efforts was fined 45,000 euros ($50,000) and ordered to retrieve a refrigerator he tossed down a hillside in July. Spain’s Guardia Civil identified the man from a Twitter video he had proudly posted of his refrigerator dumping, which included video coverage of the truck he used, registered to a houseclearing company, and its license plate, clearly visible behind him, The Local reported. (He could be seen in a different video throwing a washing machine into the ravine in the same area.) He was fired from his job, fined, and officers later posted a video of the man struggling to bring the refrigerator back up the hill. © 2019 ANDREWS MCMEEL SYNDICATION A U G U S T 1 5 , 2 0 1 9 | 37


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