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Found Footage Festival returns to salute the strange

Published Nov. 19, 2015

For most people, bad exercise tapes and other '80s excrement would seem weird. But for Nick Prueher and Joe Pickett ... well, it's still weird. But they love it, and for over a decade, they've been curating these VHS kings of kookiness for their touring Found Footage Festival.


9 questions for the indie pop band MisterWives

Published Oct. 27, 2015

Before the Brooklyn-based indie pop band hits the Turner Hall Ballroom stage Wednesday night, OnMilwaukee chatted with drummer William Hehir about the group's blindingly fast start, writing its debut in a tree house of all places and that time he was starstruck by a "Breaking Bad" star.


Pabst Theater Group adds They Might Be Giants, Victor DeLorenzo to schedule

Published Oct. 26, 2015

This morning, the Pabst Theater Group announced two new additions to its upcoming schedule: a Turner Hall Ballroom gig from alt rockers They Might Be Giants in March, as well as adding Violent Femmes founding drummer Victor DeLorenzo to Rainn Wilson's upcoming Nov. 12 Pabst Theater performance as both moderator and the opening act along with his band Nineteen Thirteen.


A conversation with comedian Jen Kirkman

Published Sept. 7, 2015

With a book called "I Can Barely Take Care Of Myself" and a comedy special titled "I'm Gonna Die Alone (And I Feel Fine)," Jen Kirkman lays her honesty right out there before a single joke's been told. Before she brings that honesty - and the ensuing laughs - to the Turner Hall Ballroom Wednesday, OnMilwaukee got a chance get some honest answers from Kirkman about life as a comedian and the story she wants to someday tell on "Drunk History."

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