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Movies & TV - Sept. 2, 2015
Oh hi, Johnny: A chat with Tommy Wiseau, creator of the world's best worst film
"The Room" is a not bad movie. Bad movies are nothing special to Hollywood; one comes out pretty much every weekend. No, "The Room" is more like an unholy miracle of awful filmmaking, a movie that fails so incredibly hard it becomes an almighty success in the process. The new cult classic is coming to the Oriental Theatre this weekend, so we asked its creator Tommy Wiseau a few questions. And no, not "So anyway, how's your sex life?"
Dining - Sept. 1, 2015
Old Town Inn reopens Friday as Old Town Beer Hall
Germantown's Old Town Beer Hall at N116W15841 Main St., which has been closed for rennovation, will reopen on Friday, Sept. 4 with a bit of pomp and circumstance.
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Milwaukee Buzz - Aug. 31, 2015
Goldmann's Department Store sign finds a new home ... in North Dakota?
The former Goldmann's Department Store is in the process of becoming the new home to the Gerald L. Ignace Indian Health Center. As a part of the renovation process, however, its iconic sign was taken down. After spending some time for sale in the construction lot, the popular Milwaukee and Mitchell Street landmark has found a new home. But, not in Milwaukee.
Movies & TV - Aug. 27, 2015
Operation documentary aims to keep game inventor's story buzzing
Growing up, the Bay View-based toy maker Peggy Brown has plenty of memories of the classic board game Operation - and her family didn't even own it. Decades later, Brown - along with her friend and fellow toy maker Tim Walsh - are trying to give something back to the man whose legendarily buzz-worthy game gave them so many fun times and fond memories over the years with the documentary "Buzz Heard 'Round the World."
Arts & Entertainment - Aug. 27, 2015
Hangman Radio haunts the airwaves with new takes on old Milwaukee tales
Considering its reputation as Milwaukee's haunted bar, Shaker's Cigar Bar, located at 422 S. 2nd St., certainly knows a thing or two about old stories coming to life. After giving plenty of historical tours through the years and guiding eager guests to some of the city's ghosts, bar owner Bob Weiss and marketing director Amanda Morden are hoping they've found a new way to resurrect some of Milwaukee's old tales of yore: Hangman Radio.

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Bustin' Bonaparte (The Story of an African Farm)
Three young children live carefree lives under the hot Af...