As if it weren't enough that retailers went into Christmas mode while most of us were still trick or treating, I was also still really reeling from the notion that Thanksgiving Eve has now been christened "Brown Thursday." And then there's Cyber Monday. And don't forget #GivingTuesday ...
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The TV Guide Network (TVGN) will premiere a one-hour television special, "Entertainment Tonight Presents: Britney Blowout," on Monday at 10 p.m.
Miller Lite announced the launch of the new Original Lite Can, a replica of the 1975 can that helped start the light beer craze (for better or for worse).
While Corey Hart isn't truly the last piece that remains of the most successful stretch of Brewers baseball since the early 1980s, his departure does feel like it marks the end of one era of homegrown talent that from 2005 through 2013 went 739-719 with one division championship, two playoff appearances and one trip to the National League Championship.
The Downer Avenue Einstein Bros. Bagels has been closed since July 2006. But, today - even as the Einstein awning still hangs - there are finally signs of life. Or, at least a sign.
Tonight we drove through Country Christmas at Country Springs. We had been to Candy Cane Lane, but never Country Christmas which is on the grounds of the Country Springs Hotel in Pewaukee.
Next week DCD Commissioner Rocky Marcoux and Alderwoman Milele A. Coggs will host a charette - which is a 75-cent word for an intensive architectural or development planning meeting - aimed at kickstarting development at a number of sites in the Bronzeville neighborhood. A June charette produced an exciting plan for the old Fifth Street School.
People are outraged that Barack Obama shook Raoul Castro's hand. People are outraged that he posed for a selfie with two other world leaders. People are outraged that Wisconsin Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner objects to lowering the flag for Nelson Mandela. People are outraged that Mandela memorial service organizers used a fake sign language interpreter, waving his hands in meaningless gibberish. OK, that last one deserves a little outrage, especially if you're deaf and somehow don't have closed captioning on your TV. But as for the rest, take it down a notch, America.