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Jimmy Fallon did some Packers "Superlatives," so we did too

Published Sept. 16, 2016

Jimmy Fallon did some of his "Superlatives" about the Packers for this week's Sunday Night Football game against the Vikings. They were pretty good, so we decided to do our own, based not only on appearance, but also circumstance, personality, performance and more.


A sport-by-sport TV viewing guide to the Rio Olympics

Published Aug. 8, 2016

After weeks of lead-up, the torch has finally been lit and the games are underway. But when is the gymnastics team on? And when can I catch some table tennis matches? Organized sport by sport, here's when you can catch everything on TV.


Sykes' national star continues to rise

Published May 26, 2016

Charlie Sykes has long been a star of conservative politics, having built a kind of cottage industry mixing radio, television, books and his own peculiar brand of journalism. He may now be part of "The Mainstream Media."


Fresh from NFL on NBC, Milwaukee's Weber brings blue-eyed soul to Skylight

Published Oct. 14, 2015

Close your eyes and listen to "Till I Hurt You." You might think you're hearing Amy Winehouse or even an old Jackie DeShannon. You'd be wrong, however. It's Grace Weber, the Wauwatosa-raised singer who's returning to her hometown for a gig Saturday at Skylight's beautiful Cabot Theatre.


TV Tidbits: "The Office" turns 10 and it reminds me how much I miss it

Published March 25, 2015

Why, oh why did "The Office" have to end? The series celebrated it's 10th anniversary and as I saw former cast members tweet about it, it reminded me just how much fun I had watching the series on a weekly basis for nine seasons. Before I start binging, however, there's plenty of news to share.

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The 40 Days and 40 Nights of 40: Day 14

"...and I'll be back, when the day is new.And, I'll have more ideas for you.And, I'll have thing I want to talk ...will... YOU!"Fred Rogers everyone!  Fred Rogers.When I was a little kid, we had a TV with a dial to change to one of five channels (ABC, NBC, CBS, PBS, o...

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