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Milwaukee's Daily Magazine for Friday, Oct. 24, 2014

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Steve Kabelowsky

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Media is bombarding us everywhere.

Instead of sheltering his brain from the onslaught, Steve embraces the news stories, entertainment, billboards, blogs, talk shows and everything in between.

The former writer, editor and producer in TV, radio, Web and newspapers, will be talking about what media does in our community and how it shapes who we are and what we do.

Recent Articles
 Movies & TV - October 24, 2014
 Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson brings universe to the Riverside
 Neil deGrasse Tyson will be making a pair of appearances at The Riverside in December. His "Science as a Way of Knowing" set for Dec. 11 is already sold out. However, tickets are still available for "This Just in: Latest Discoveries in the Universe" on Dec. 10. The long-time executive editor of "Nova ScienceNow" will host a discussion of current discoveries in the universe.
 Movies & TV - October 22, 2014
 Time Warner Cable SportsChannel's 'The Roundtable' hits 2,000 mark
 Dennis Krause, a veteran of the sports landscape in Milwaukee - and Wisconsin for that matter - hit a milestone on his sports studio show "The Roundtable." The mainstay on Time Warner Cable SportsChannel aired its 2,000th episode on Tuesday night.
 Movies & TV - October 20, 2014
 Fantasticon promises to be a treat for wrestling fans
 When fans of different flavors converge on Milwaukee this weekend to attend Fantasicon, the first comic con in the area, it will be interesting to take in the die-hard support for a multitude of different things -- including professional wrestling.
 Movies & TV - October 17, 2014
 Leno returns to TV with CNBC car series
 Jay Leno will return to television hosting a new primetime show for CNBC. Based on his ongoing web series, the tentatively titled "Jay Leno's Garage" will start sometime early next year.
 Movies & TV - October 15, 2014
 "Wisconsin Remembers John F. Kennedy" earns Archives Award
 The documentary "Wisconsin Remembers John F. Kennedy," commemorating the 50th anniversary of Kennedy's assassination, has been given the 2014 Governor's Archives Award for Archival Innovation by the Wisconsin Historical Society.
 Movies & TV - October 13, 2014
 Wisconsin entrepreneurs may make pitch on ABC's "Shark Tank"
 U.S. Cellular teamed up with "Shark Tank" for what it is calling a, "multi-faceted, first-of-its-kind campaign to provide access for small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs in a way like never before." Basically, a casting call.
 Movies & TV - October 10, 2014
 WISN 12 hosts attorney general debate as local political coverage swells
 Mike Gousha hosts the Wisconsin Attorney General debate at Marquette University which airs live at 4 p.m. on Sunday.
 Movies & TV - October 7, 2014
 CW 18's new schedule comes in like a "Flash"
 Starting tonight, "The Flash" kicks off its own show, and "Arrow" starts its third season on Wednesday. Locally, WVTV-TV is taking advantage of the heavy-hitting comic hero nights to launch its new schedule.
 Movies & TV - October 7, 2014
 Teamwork, commitment and family are at the core of "Million Dollar Arm"
 In "Million Dollar Arm," a Disney sports film that comes out on Blu-ray and digital copy today, a sports agent finds his heart on his journey to find the next Major League Baseball star.
 Movies & TV - October 6, 2014
 Fantasticon brings comics and sci-fi to Milwaukee
 Fantasticon is billed as Milwaukee's First Comic Con, and will take place on Oct. 24-26 at the Crowne Plaza near Mitchell Airport. Organizers said, "cosplayers, collectors, gamers, fanboys, fangirls, kids, adults and everybody in-between will be celebrating all three days!"

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