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"The Immortalists" finds cinematic life in the search for eternal life

Published Sept. 29, 2014

No matter how much you try to dodge or avoid or fend it off, age comes for us all. But what if it ... didn't? That's the obvious yet unanswerable essential question driving Bill Andrews and Aubrey de Gray, the two scientists at the center of "The Immortalists," the thoroughly compelling new doc currently showing at the Milwaukee Film Festival.

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OnMilwaukee.com recommends, Oct. 26, 2013

Published Oct. 26, 2013

Halloween is right around the corner, but there's nothing scary about these recommendations from your pals at OnMilwaukee.com. Well ... one of them is a little scary. A lot scary, actually.

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A different way to look at health care

Published Oct. 18, 2013

I must make a confession. At the risk of being labeled a RINO, I need to express my support for universal health care. Before being trashed by my fellow fiscal conservatives and being hailed by hapless progressives, let me explain.

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Here's to long hellos and goodbyes

Published July 19, 2013

Mike Lescarbeau, CEO of Carmichael Lynch, a branding and creative agency in Minneapolis, had a great piece last week on Huffington Post.

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Reader blogs:

Gas Prices Die Hard

Die Hard is a classic tale of surviving the unexpected by relying on wits and determination. Surviving long enough, that is, to buy time until ample help arrives. Of course, this particular story is shot through the lens of a film camera so the flair for the dramatic is obviously dialed up. Case ...

The Dog Didn't Really Eat My Homework

Excuses are never in short supply. Why something was not accomplished or why an incident happened often produces a fictitious response. A thin facade drapes over eyes of the one listening to the half truths. Little white lies such as why homework wasn't done or how a favorite glass was broken...

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