SEPTEM­BER 16 TO 23

Wisconsin Gazette - - Opinion -

The fea­tures un­lim­ited sam­ples of more than 450 craft beers and so­das from nearly 100 brew­ers. Food served by lo­cal restau­rants will be avail­able for pur­chase, as well as live mu­sic by Lyn­nette and the Rock Dad­dys. The fes­ti­val takes place Sept. 16 at the Racine Zoo­log­i­cal Gar­dens, 200 Goold St., Racine, at 2 p.m. for VIP ad­mis­sion and 3 p.m. for gen­eral ad­mis­sion. Tick­ets for gen­eral ad­mis­sion are $50, VIP $89, and des­ig­nated driv­ers $18 to $27. great­lakes­brewfest.com

is a monthly, pro­gres­sive po­lit­i­cal com­edy show fea­tur­ing some of Milwaukee’s top lib­eral and pro­gres­sive co­me­di­ans. The next show takes place Sept. 16 at 8 p.m. at Com­e­dyS­portz Theater, 420 S. First St., Milwaukee. Ad­mis­sion is $8. The show is hosted by co­me­dian, satirist and pro­gres­sive talk ra­dio host Matthew Filipow­icz, and Septem­ber’s out­ing will fea­ture Josh Ballew, Bekah Cos­grove, Richard Thomas, Jen Durbent, Chastity Washington and the sketch com­edy group The Ac­coun­tants of Home­land Se­cu­rity. In ad­di­tion to the co­me­di­ans, Laugh­ing Lib­er­ally Milwaukee will fea­ture an in­ter­view with lo­cal ac­tivist As­tar Hern­don, Wis­con­sin state direc­tor of 9 to 5, which works to

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