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Adversity-filled "Speed Sisters" story makes for a great Sportsball! film

Published Thursday, Sept. 29

"Speed Sisters," one of the films in the Milwaukee Film Festival's new Sportsball! series, knows great sports movies are about more than just competition. This one tells of the first all-female race car team in the Middle East, focusing on the people, their lives, adversity and triumph.

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What's coming and going from Netflix in October

Published Monday, Sept. 26

You would think Netflix would spend October stocking up some horror flicks in time for the Halloween season. And oddly, you would be thinking wrong. But at least Netflix has a strong supply of originals and classics coming your way in October.

"Mr. Robot" wraps up season two with a haunting finale

Published Thursday, Sept. 22

The second season of Mr. Robot was a bit of genius, filled with twists and turns that we all never saw coming. Questions were answered, yet now we're left with even more to deal with - plus the biggest question of all: What's next?

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Beyond popcorn: Where to eat and drink during the MKE Film Festival

Published Wednesday, Sept. 21

The Milwaukee Film Festival kicks off on Thursday, and, unless you want to subsist for days on theater popcorn, Whoppers and bad nachos, it's probably worth your time to think about where you'll dine before and after your trips to the movies.

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What to see at the 2016 Milwaukee Film Festival

Published Monday, Sept. 19

With almost 300 movies set to screen during the Milwaukee Film Festival, it can be almost impossible to figure out what to see. OnMilwaukee film critic Matt Mueller is here to help, breaking down each day with what you must see.

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Milwaukee Talks: Katrina Cravy

Published Friday, Sept. 16

When Katrina Cravy signs off from FOX 6 on Oct. 12, it will mark the end of a 20-year chapter in her life, but another one is about to open. While the 46-year-old anchor, reporter and host has been a fixture at her station for almost 18 years, she's preparing to embark on a career at a media relations consultant, speaker and author.

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Spicuzza reflects on her crime thriller film "The Scarapist"

Published Friday, Sept. 16

It's been a year since former Milwaukeean Jeanne Marie Spicuzza screened her full-length film "The Scarapist" at the Oriental Theatre. OnMilwaukee checked in with her to find out how the film panned out and what her plans are for the future.

"Mr. Robot" shows us that all is fair in power and war

Published Thursday, Sept. 15

This season of USA Network's "Mr. Robot" has been a confusing, satisfying and exciting one. This week's preamble to the season finale gave a few answers, yet still left us in the dark. But it wouldn't be "Mr. Robot" without that type of suspense.

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Rahny Taylor returns to Milwaukee with morning show on 97.3 NOW

Published Wednesday, Sept. 14

On Thursday, Rahny Taylor returns to Milwaukee radio as morning host at 97.3 NOW, replacing the syndicated "Elvis Duran Show." It's been a secret Taylor's been keeping for a while. Unlike his last gig in town with Wes McKane and Ally Faith, he's doing this one solo.

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In "Sully," a miraculous moment doesn't make for much of a movie

Published Tuesday, Sept. 13

It's no wonder Hollywood would want to adapt the Miracle on the Hudson River into a movie. But while director Clint Eastwood works the landing to the best his late-career abilities, it's the rest of the movie around the crash that proves catastrophic for "Sully,"