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Movies & TV - March 23, 2017
Flip out over the premiere of HGTV's Milwaukee-made pilot "My Flippin' Friends"
A new HGTV house-flipping show set in Milwaukee - "My Flippin' Friends," starring Cream City native and I Spy DIY creator Jenni Radosevich - is headed to your televisions. But it needs your help to stay there.
Movies & TV - March 22, 2017
What's coming and going from Netflix in April
From original shows and movies to an impressive lineup of classic films and legendary directors, there's plenty to be excited for next month on Netflix. Unfortunately, what streaming services giveth they also taketh away.
Sports - March 21, 2017
"The Bachelor" Nick Viall returns home for Friday night's Bucks game
Thanks to the Milwaukee Bucks, Nick Viall is coming home. On Friday night, the Bucks will not only host the Atlanta Hawks, but also a themed night dedicated to Waukesha's very own star of "The Bachelor" and current "Dancing with the Stars" hoofer.
Movies & TV - March 21, 2017
"Dancing with the Stars" recap: Sports stars leave the C-listers behind
Last night, "Dancing with the Stars" hit the stage for its 24th season and 400th episode, with the usual collection of sports stars and C-listers. The judges had their say, but here's our rankings - from worst to first - after the premiere.
Sports - March 20, 2017
Was this March Madness opening weekend actually boring?
Was this opening weekend ACTUALLY boring? It's easy to say that after watching cute mid-major after cute mid-major crumble before your eyes, but compared to other seasons, were last weekend's first couple rounds a bummer? Let's look.
Movies & TV - March 19, 2017
Where should Alton Brown eat on his next Milwaukee visit?
On Saturday, April 8, Food Network star Alton Brown will return to Milwaukee for a new live show, "Eat Your Science," at the Riverside Theater. But before anybody eats their science, Brown plans to eat our city's best - and he wants your help.
Arts & Entertainment - March 18, 2017
A new twist on a tale as old as time: Behind Skylight's "Beauty and the Beast"
In a case of impressive timing, the same weekend the Emma Watson-led live action adaptation hits cinemas, the Skylight Music Theatre opens its rendition of "Beauty and the Beast," a new take on the tale as old as time - complete with a puppet.
Movies & TV - March 17, 2017
WISN's Toya Washington takes on sexist fashion-policing troll
A viewer wrote a letter to WISN 12's Toya Washington to offer some fashion observations and suggestions - and the local news anchor answered back on Facebook.
Sports - March 16, 2017
Predicting the perfect March Madness first round (using mascots)
While some use pesky statistics like "wins" and "losses" to pick their champion, everyone knows the best way to win the office bracket pool is by knowing as little as possible. So here's the first round of March Madness, as chosen by mascot.
Music - March 15, 2017
State Fair adds Pentatonix, Kip Moore to Main Stage lineup
Today, the Wisconsin State Fair announced two more Main Stage headliners for its upcoming 2017 edition this summer: a cappella craze Pentatonix and country star Kip Moore.
Movies & TV - March 14, 2017
"The Bachelor" Rose Rundown: Nick finally finds true nationally televised love
Monday night's finale was funny. It was dramatic. It brought in sweetly real people to balance out its cardboard cutout lead. And most importantly, it finally put this boring, bad season of "The Bachelor" out of its damn misery.
Music - March 9, 2017
Jazz in the Park announces its 2017 lineup
The warm nights of summer are just around the corner - and as a helpful reminder, Jazz in the Park today announced its lineup for its upcoming 26th annual festival, returning to Cathedral Square Park from June 1 through Aug. 31.
Movies & TV - March 9, 2017
Thousands watched ice slowly melt because "Game of Thrones" hates its fans
Starting at 1 p.m. this afternoon, thousands upon thousands of people began watching a massive block of ice melt very, very, excruciatingly slowly on Facebook as a part of a big reveal for the premiere date of the new season of "Game of Thrones."
Sports - March 8, 2017
Here are the local brews on tap for the new Local Brews bar at Miller Park
Soon enough, it'll be Opening Day for the Milwaukee Brewers - which also means the opening of Miller Park's newest, and guaranteed to be one of its tastiest, attractions: the new Local Brews bar. Here's what brews are on deck.
Dining - March 8, 2017
DiModa Pizza to move into former Trocadero space
Wild Planet Hospitality announced today that DiModa Pizza will move into the former Trocadero space, located at 1758 N. Water St, with a menu of wood-fired pizzas, modern takes on Italian classics and - for those who missed Trocadero - brunch.
Buzz - March 7, 2017
Plans for new location in the works for Milwaukee Public Museum
As first reported by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, after 53 years in its current location on Wells Street, the Milwaukee Public Museum is in the early planning phases of finding a new home.
Movies & TV - March 7, 2017
The Bachelor Rose Rundown: Three hours, two finalists, one dull nightmare
While last night's episode of "The Bachelor" - complete with a bickering, boring nightmare of a Women Tell All - might have been three hours long, in fairness, it only felt like 14 hours.
Music - March 2, 2017
Hall & Oates, Tears for Fears team up for Bradley Center show on May 13
The BMO Harris Bradley Center announced today that the impressive throwback double act of Hall & Oates and Tears for Fears will bring their 29-city North America tour to Milwaukee on Saturday, May 13.
Arts & Entertainment - March 2, 2017
The most inventive theater in Milwaukee is happening at a grade school
When Highland Community School - the school behind a Jim Jarmusch-inspired children's play and a David Lynch-influenced detective story - says its latest show is its most experimental yet, you better pay attention.
Bars & Clubs - March 1, 2017
Skip the bars and buy your own inflatable pub
Milwaukee is home to all kinds of bars: whiskey bars, nerd bars, ice bars, possibly the nation's longest bar this side of the Mississippi. And now you could be responsible for the latest pub trend quite literally blowing up around the globe: an inflatable bar.
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