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Entertainment industry needs preorders to stay alive

Published Dec. 17, 2015

When the weekend is over, chances are the latest "Star Wars" film will have broken a number of box office records across the globe. One record being pushed by the film isn't talked about much, but it means more for the future: preorders.


Family and filmmaking intersect for Milwaukee native's "The Homecoming"

Published Sept. 5, 2015

It seems only fitting that a movie called "The Homecoming" would serve as a real-life homecoming of sorts as well. That's exactly the case for the project's director Paulina Bugembe. The film serves a very personal project for Bugembe, one that not only brought her back to Wisconsin to film but also came from her own family's complex and complicated emotional experience with an incarcerated loved one.


Milwaukee's The MINI Classy sells kids' clothing to the stars

Published June 2, 2015

In September 2013, designers Michelle Lopez and Andrea Dotzauer - along with Dima Pochtarev - started a children's clothing business, The MINI Classy, offering "high-end streetwear" for kids. Numerous celebrity's children have been photographed in MiniClassy clothing, including the kids of Kourtney Kardashian, Tori Spelling and more.


Talking the state of cinema with critic and festival tribute Wesley Morris

Published Sept. 27, 2014

Before his keynote state of cinema lecture at the Colectivo on Prospect today at noon, got a chance to chat with Wesley Morris - Pulitzer Prize winning film critic and 2014 Milwaukee Film Festival tribute - and pick his brain about his movie memories and - what else - the state of cinema.


Ladies, who's your girl crush?

Published July 13, 2013

There are a lot of celebrity women who I'd consider switching teams for, and most of them are musicians. Ani DiFranco tops the list, with Salma Hayek a close second. Almost all of them are brunettes. Except one.

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The Worst Movie Ever

Sunday July 14th, 2013 – Kenosha, WI    It’s over. I thought so before, but now I’m convinced beyond the shadow of a doubt. The sense of humor of the American mass public has degenerated so low that I have officially lost hope for future generations. In the war betw...

An Inside Job

Wednesday January 2nd, 2013 – Niles, IL    I’m hitting the ground running in 2013, and getting myself prepared for a special year on many levels. I truly believe this can be the single most memorable year of my life, and I plan on doing my part to give it a chance to happ...

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