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Movies & TV - Nov. 25, 2015
Holy wow, this "Captain America: Civil War" trailer
Last night, Marvel revealed the first trailer - and footage overall - of next summer's "Captain America: Civil War" on "Jimmy Kimmel Live," and Marvel, take my money right now please.
Movies & TV - Nov. 24, 2015
"Star Wars" your Google search
Google has found little ways to have fun with search - and not just by drawing its name in funny, entertaining ways based on the day. Its latest nifty secret comes from a galaxy far, far away.
Movies & TV - Nov. 24, 2015
Prepare for "Grease Live," your new favorite hate-watch of next year
I've got chills; they're multiplying, thanks to my recent discovery of "Grease Live," a live musical and sure-to-be hate-watch event Fox is putting on next year starring Julianne Hough and Vanessa Hudgens.
Sports - Nov. 21, 2015
8 rules to Green Bay Packers fan online etiquette
After the Packers' loss Sunday afternoon, people took to the Internet to rage. And that's totally fine and legitimate. But some of it left me sadder than Mason Crosby's kick. So here are some quick guidelines that we can hopefully follow for next Sunday to make Packer Nation a little more worthy of pride.
Movies & TV - Nov. 19, 2015
Found Footage Festival returns to salute the strange
For most people, bad exercise tapes and other '80s excrement would seem weird. But for Nick Prueher and Joe Pickett ... well, it's still weird. But they love it, and for over a decade, they've been curating these VHS kings of kookiness for their touring Found Footage Festival.
Movies & TV - Nov. 18, 2015
David Beckham is People's Sexiest Man Alive for 2015. Really?
After a doubtlessly thorough investigation, People Magazine has made its annual dismount from Mount Sinai - via "Jimmy Kimmel Live" last night - to declare the sexiest man alive in 2015: David Beckham.
Sports - Nov. 17, 2015
Like president, like passer? Obama says he's like Aaron Rodgers
This morning, GQ published an interview between former Grantland head and future HBO sports talking head Bill Simmons and President Obama, and one part - concerning what sports figure the current president views himself as - will catch Packer Nation's ear.
Travel & Visitors Guide - Nov. 15, 2015
Staycation in the suburbs
Perhaps my first staycation experience - in Tosa of all places - would give me a new glimpse of an old, familiar neighborhood. It didn't, but there are reasons people seek out a suburban hotel, especially this time of year.
Milwaukee Buzz - Nov. 14, 2015
UPDATE: Shorewood sculpture accused of anti-Semitism temporarily removed
A man's visit to Milwaukee took a sour turn recently when he claims he discovered offensive messages hidden in a sculpture in Shorewood. The supposed messages can be found on the statue's left leg.
Movies & TV - Nov. 12, 2015
Bring the family together this holiday season ... to audition for "Family Feud"
"Family Feud" arrives this month to audition families for a chance to answer potentially awkward questions with potentially even more awkward responses, likely embarrass yourself on national TV and maybe cash, too.
Milwaukee Buzz - Nov. 12, 2015
Sheriff Clarke busts self for parking in handicapped spot
Sheriff David Clarke wrote up a ticket yesterday afternoon - to himself, after his squad car was seen parked in a handicapped-accessible spot outside of the Milwaukee County War Memorial.
Kids & Family - Nov. 11, 2015
MPS student shares fallen WWII soldier's story in remarkable way
At the beginning, all Julia Brunson had was a name: Eugene Mlot. By the end of her experience, she had close friend from generations past that she'd never even met.
Movies & TV - Nov. 10, 2015
Help bring back "Mystery Science Theater 3000"
In the not-too-distant future, new episodes of the beloved cult movie commentary television show may be headed our way thanks to a Kickstarter started today by "MST3k" creator and host Joel Hodgson.
Movies & TV - Nov. 9, 2015
Sykes stars as Scrooge in charity radio play of "A Christmas Carol"
620 WTMJ talk show host Charlie Sykes will play the classic Christmas crank Ebenezer Scrooge in the station's upcoming radio show rendition of "A Christmas Carol" at Turner Hall on Tuesday, Dec. 1.
Movies & TV - Nov. 6, 2015
Watch some new "Star Wars" footage in this Japanese trailer
After the third very vague - and very exciting - teaser trailer for "The Force Awakens," the buzz was that would be the last footage we'd see before the actual movie comes out. Well that turned out to be bantha poodoo, because this morning a Japanese trailer emerged with a whole lot of new footage.
Movies & TV - Nov. 5, 2015
Is "Spectre" really Daniel Craig's final Bond movie?
"Spectre" finally hits theaters starting this weekend, and judging from Daniel Craig's press tour, he seems quite fine with this being the last time he ever wears 007's tuxedo. The only problem? He's still got one more on his contract.
Sports - Nov. 4, 2015
"Get up, get up, get outta bed" with a Bob Uecker alarm clock next season
The Brewers have been slowly revealing next season's all-fan giveaways this past week. For the most part, they've been of the fairly standard bobblehead variety. I'm sorry, were you yawning at those free collectables? Because here's something to wake you up: a talking Bob Uecker alarm clock.
Arts & Entertainment - Nov. 3, 2015
"Wicked" actress aims to make "Popular" role of Glinda her own
It's never easy to step into the shoes of an iconic role. While Carrie St. Louis may not have to literally step into pop culture's most famous set of shoes, Dorothy's ruby slippers, the actress does have to take on the beloved role of Glinda the Good Witch in the touring rendition of "Wicked."
Marketplace - Nov. 3, 2015
Twitter shoots down stars, hearts hearts instead
Last night, you likely favorited your last tweet. This morning, Twitters users were likely surprised to discover the golden star of social media recognition was replaced by cute little red hearts, as favoriting has now been turning into liking (wonder what Facebook has to say about that).
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Movies & TV - Nov. 2, 2015
"Star Trek" returns to TV with new streaming CBS series in 2017
Next year - on Sept. 8, to be precise - "Star Trek" will celebrate its 50th anniversary, and from the sounds of it, it is not wasting the occasion. We already knew that a new movie, "Star Trek Beyond," was coming out next summer, but today, a report from announced the anniversary will also bring about a brand new TV series, the first since "Enterprise" went off the air in 2005.
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