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Black Lens Film Festival - February 6, 2020

Oriental Theater - 2230 N. Farwell Avenue

In 2014, Black Lens was created with a singular focus: to spotlight the incredible work of African-American filmmakers by bringing their films to the Milwaukee Film Festival. These filmmakers explore stories and topics that are rooted in the Black community but are relevant to a variety of audiences. Black Lens features fiction and documentary films from emerging and established voices and hosts events that inspire conversation, celebration, and community.

Travel with Milwaukee PBS to London!

As a lover of PBS and the excellence of British programming, it is a great pleasure to present To The Manor Born, a tour designed to include many of the sights you know so well from public television and iconic British programs seen on Milwaukee PBS. This exclusive tour will be a memorable journey for each person involved.
Andrew Lannard, our tour host from Transcendent Travels has a wealth of knowledge that he intends to share during this unforgettable tour. Each hotel, attraction, restaurant or experience has been carefully selected to ensure that our time together is memorable from start to finish.

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Celebrate Kwanzaa at Mahogany Gallery

Kwanzaa may be over, but Mahogany Gallery in Kenosha is still celebrating the seven principles in their art exhibition "Nguzo Saba: Reaffirmation" through February.

Margaret Hoover from Firing Line

See the full interview on Milwaukee PBS Local Program 10thirtysix.

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