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Published May 13, 2014
Filmmaker Christopher Carson Emmons, a longtime Milwaukeean who recently moved to Los Angeles, has another film in the works. Last fall, OnMilwaukee.com reported on his Bridget Jones-esque feature, "Serial Daters Anonymous," and now he is poised to release a short film, "Prone."
Published March 19, 2013
"There's no master plan," said Taylor Rice, singer and guitarist for Local Natives. "You either wait for the spark or create the spark, but you don't know where it is or where it will lead you." Luckily for the band's fans in Milwaukee, it's leading them to the Riverside stage Friday night.
Published Feb. 5, 2013
It's hard to tolerate the extreme sadness about the great Super Bowl game played Sunday when the Baltimore Ravens held on to beat the San Francisco 49ers. I'm sad because it could be the last real football game any of us ever see.
Published July 18, 2012
"Billy Elliot The Musical" - the musical that The New York Times claims will "send the audience into a mass swoon" - is currently playing at the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts. I recently chatted with Mitch Poulos, who is playing the role of Big Davey.
Published March 4, 2012
Despite the hardships of an abusive childhood, teen pregnancy, single parenthood to three kids, one with autism, and now cancer, Nikol Hasler's talent can't be extinguished. The Wisconsin-born Hasler, who once hosted a popular teen sex podcast, continues to kick back.
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Thursday April 12th, 2012 – Tucson, AZ/Oracle, AZ I haven’t been to Tucson in a while, and it brings back plenty of memories. I spent a bit of time here in the 1990s when my friend Jerry Agar was on a morning show and I lived in Los Angeles. Then he got fired, and we w...
Wednesday March 28th, 2012 – Rockford, IL/Chicago, IL When things turn out like they’re supposed to, life can be a blast. Today was one of those days, and I enjoyed every last second. Everything I did was nothing but fun, and I felt like I was totally in sync with what...
Tuesday October 5th, 2010 - Lake Villa, IL As life on Earth as we know it continues to evolve, so does the entertainment business. Nothing is cut and dried anymore, and whatever was ‘normal’ just a few years ago is now in a state of chaos and dysfunction. Anything goes, an...
Day 3, June 25, 2010SIMI VALLEY - I can scratch the Ronald Reagan Library off my bucket list.Paid a visit on my third day in California and it was well worth the trip.Scott Zimmer, head of library security, took my bicycle into protective custody. It helped a ton knowing my sweet ride was locked ...
April 4 is the anniversary of the 1968 assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King in Memphis Tennessee. We rightly celebrate his birthday, now a national holiday, rather than his death day. But his assassination should be remembered. The moral struggle which cost his life puts our contemporary polic...
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