Results tagged with 'david seebach'
Published Feb. 23, 2012
After I did it a couple of months ago, I had a lot of people who I met on the street tell me how much they appreciated my "Milwaukee people who should be famous" column. As I am always interested in making people happy (insert laughter here) here comes "They should be famous, Part II." And again, this list is not comprehensive. It's just a few people who should be getting more fame than they've gotten. Some I know, some I don't.
Published Sept. 18, 2011
OnMilwaukee.com has a about a dozen articles that are a part of a series called "Shift Switch," which involves the writers taking a "shift" at a job that is very different from our usual editorial gig and then writing about the experience.
Published June 26, 2011
My history with Summerfest goes back to the days of porto potties, ankle deep mud and all the food on the grounds being sold by a single, uninspired vendor. The fest has its flaws, but a bad day on the lakefront now is so much better than a good day was in the early `70s.
Published March 18, 2010
It seems like yesterday that Milwaukee jazz guitarist Jack Grassel and his wife, singer Jill Jensen, launched their residency at St. Francis' Carleton Grange Pub. But they celebrate the release of the "Live at the Carleton Grange Pub" CD as they mark their third anniversary performing at the venue's Sunday brunch.
Published Feb. 4, 2010
My "shift" as magician David Seebach's assistant didn't go exactly as planned. My original goal was to get sawed in halves on stage, but because I am a tad too tall for the trick, Seebach levitated me instead. Now, I can't shake the words of Grandmaster Flash's "White Lines" out of my head ... "get higher, baby, and don't ever come down."
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