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"Million Dollar Arm" shortchanges charming cast, Indian characters

Published May 20, 2014

A relative unknown just less than a decade ago, Jon Hamm has quickly established himself as one of the most understatedly charismatic actors currently working. He's so innately charming and charismatic, in fact, that he manages to make his character in Disney's "Million Dollar Arm" - sports agent J.B. Bernstein - almost likable, possibly his most impressive feat yet.

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Hoover and "Blood Brother" call it a wrap on the film festival

Published Oct. 9, 2013

Whether it's a street away or a hemisphere away, it's amazing where we often find the people who will change our lives forever and the places where we truly feel that we belong. In the case of Rocky Braat - the star of "Blood Brother," the closing night film of the Milwaukee Film Festival - it took a trip to a world an ocean away to find where he belonged and an unlikely community of young strangers turned brothers.

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Milwaukee's belabela blooms locally, nationally

Published Dec. 16, 2012

More than a decade ago, Bela Roongta started a small T-shirt and card business called belatees based on her love for henna and henna-inspired design. Today, it has grown into a larger business called belabela and her hand-screened clothing items, cards and art work are sold locally, nationally and internationally.

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The Milwaukee "bucket lists"

Published Jan. 29, 2012

The OnMilwaukee.com editors and contributors share what's on their "Milwaukee bucket lists," from playing with the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra to getting up close and personal with the Polish Moon.

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