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Movies & TV - April 27, 2016
Milwaukee Film's Black Lens program receives AMPAS grant
The Milwaukee Film Festival may still be months away, but that doesn't mean awesome things aren't happening at Milwaukee Film. Take, for instance, yesterday, when news broke that the organization was chosen to receive a $10,000 grant from AMPAS.
Music - April 25, 2016
3 ways to pay tribute to Prince this week, in song and on screen
We're still all broken up about the sudden, shocking death of Prince. Thankfully, several Milwaukee venues are offering opportunities to continue the Prince mourning process this week and pay tribute to his artistic genius in both music and movies.
Music - April 24, 2016
Frightened Rabbit talks making a new record, remembering Prince
Mere hours after the news broke about Prince's shocking, sudden death, I chatted with Frightened Rabbit drummer Grant Hutchison about our favorite Prince memories and music moments, as well as the making of the Scottish indie rock band's new album.
Movies & TV - April 22, 2016
Superheroes and sequels, oh my! A preview of 2016's summer movie season
The weather is getting nicer. Baseball has begun. Yep, summer is here, and you know what that means: Time to head indoors to a dark theater to watch movies! Here's what to expect from this year's summer slate.
Music - April 21, 2016
Remembering Prince
David Bowie. Merle Haggard. George Martin. Phife. Glenn Frey - 2016 has been exceptionally cruel and brutal in taking away some of our most universally beloved musicians and cultural icons. This morning, it unfortunately added to its list: Prince.
Tagged with: Prince, music, obits, concerts
Music - April 20, 2016
It's about "Time" for singer-songwriter Jack Spann and MKE producer Gary Tanin
Gary Tanin has a special friendship with David Bowie's longtime producer Tony Visconti, one started on a CompuServe chat room back in 1993. Two decades later, their friendship has endured - and led to Tanin producing the debut record for singer-songwriter Jack Spann.
Movies & TV - April 19, 2016
Updated: Former WTMJ anchor George Mallet is headed back to Milwaukee
It's coming up on almost a year since WTMJ-TV anchor Mike Jacobs retired, and a replacement has still yet to be named. There are Internet rumors and rumblings, however, that the spot may soon be officially filled - and by a familiar face. And now we know.
Sports - April 19, 2016
Enjoy Deadspin deservedly trolling the crap out of the St. Louis Cardinals
The St. Louis Cardinals are the worst. Thankfully, the merry pranksters of sports journalism at Deadspin agree and, thus far, have decided to dedicate a post about every single Cardinal loss this season. Schadenfreude away, rest of the MLB!
Buzz - April 18, 2016
Comedian Jim Gaffigan's daughter has a soft spot for Milwaukee
Jim Gaffigan is no stranger to Milwaukee, and based on a video posted to the comic's Instagram earlier today, it would seem that Milwaukee love has rubbed off a bit on his daughter.
Sports - April 18, 2016
Mondays suck, so here's a photo of Aaron Rodgers and Chris Pratt hanging out
Mondays are the worst, so here's a photo of Aaron Rodgers and Chris Pratt hanging out and grilling steaks and just being the coolest fishing buddies in the entire world to make everything seem a little bit better.
Music - April 16, 2016
Catching up with Milwaukee rockers Eagle Trace
Change is a constant in life. Just ask Eagle Trace. Before they take the stage tonight, releasing their latest EP, OnMilwaukee caught up with the rockers to talk about change for the band, change in life and change in the industry. Also: Kanye West.
Music - April 15, 2016
Guys, the Kiefer Sutherland concert last night was actually pretty good
Over the course of a 70-minute set, country-rocker Kiefer Sutherland - yep, that Kiefer Sutherland; Jack Bauer himself - won over any skeptics in the crowd with a good show at Shank Hall Thursday night. Yes, a legitimately good show.
Movies & TV - April 14, 2016
That time Milwaukee was the most romantic city on Earth
It's Milwaukee Day, so let's celebrate that time Milwaukee was the most romantic city on the entire planet. To do so, though, we're going to have to back ... to the future! Or at least back to an old episode of "Futurama" in this case.
Movies & TV - April 13, 2016
First "Doctor Strange" trailer casts an early spell amidst movie news
If you've noticed a lot of movie news pouring in over the last few days, that's thanks to CinemaCon in Vegas. But last night's reveal of the first footage of "Doctor Strange" on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" managed to win the most buzz for the week so far.
Travel & Visitors Guide - April 13, 2016
Whether for the future or right now, the Aloft is doing A-OK
Standing out in front of the Aloft, the view is not optimal - but only for now. The new Bucks arena and entertainment district will soon be moving in, and as long as Aloft keeps up its cozy and cool ways, it should right in the middle of it.
Movies & TV - April 8, 2016
Prepare your nightmares for the first Twisted Dreams Film Festival
No, snow in April isn't the most terrifying thing to land in Milwaukee this weekend. Beginning Friday night, the first annual Twisted Dreams Film Festival will kick off with a two-day collection of feature-length frights and scream-worthy shorts.
Movies & TV - April 7, 2016
There's so much awesome stuff in the new "Rogue One" trailer
"The Force Awakens" is old news. But "Rogue One"? A heist movie set in the "Star Wars" world? That's the movie to be excited about. And now that we've gotten a glimpse of some actual footage, that excitement has only increased.
Tagged with: Star Wars, film, movies, Rogue One
Music - April 6, 2016
Handwritten Doors lyrics set to go up for bid at Channel 10 Auction
The Channel 10 Great TV Auction announced it's got something up for bid this year that will be worth tuning in for - and worth coughing up some serious cash: a set of authenticated, handwritten Doors music and lyrics.
Music - April 5, 2016
A conversation with Arcade Fire violinist Sarah Neufeld
Before hitting the Back Room at Colectivo Tuesday night, OnMilwaukee chatted with Arcade Fire violinist Sarah Neufeld about going solo, playing violin and comparing America's political coverage to Canada's - somewhat favorably?
Buzz - April 4, 2016
Bill Clinton stumps for Hillary at Turner Hall
With less than 24 hours until the polls opened at the Wisconsin primary, former President Bill Clinton took the stage at Turner Hall Ballroom Monday afternoon to stump for the former First Lady and current Democratic presidential nominee frontrunner.
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