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Sports - Jan. 18, 2017
Escape Buck and Aikman with "The Hometown Call at Turner Hall" on Sunday
Starting at 1 p.m. on Sunday, Turner Hall will host a free viewing party of the NFC Championship Game, complete with the game projected on a big movie screen and - thank the heavens - synced up to 620 WTMJ's radio play-by-play broadcast.
Sports - Jan. 18, 2017
Packers vs. Falcons: Who has the better celebrity fans?
The Packers will face the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday in the NFC Championship game, and while you can find plenty of analysis breaking down the two MVP-caliber quarterbacks and more, we're asking the hard question: Which team has the best celeb fans?
Sports - Jan. 17, 2017
76ers' Joel Embiid did not enjoy Milwaukee, called it "sh*thole" on Instagram
You would think Philadelphia 76ers center Joel Embiid would have nothing but pleasant things to say about his time in Milwaukee after grabbing a win Monday afternoon. But according to his Instagram, he did not love his visit.
Movies & TV - Jan. 17, 2017
"The Bachelor" Rose Rundown: Corinne is totally the worst - and maybe the best
I don't want to say Corinne is everything wrong with "The Bachelor" ... but Corinne is everything wrong with "The Bachelor." But also everything right? I know; I'm confused too. Let's talk about last night's new episode.
Music - Jan. 16, 2017
DownBeat names two Milwaukee jazz venues among the world's best in 2016
Here's some music for Milwaukee jazz fans' ears: DownBeat released its Jazz Venue Guide - a compilation of the year's top clubs from around the globe - with two Cream City locales making the grade: The Jazz Estate and the Jazz Gallery Center for the Arts.
#RaiseMKE - Jan. 16, 2017
Celebrate Martin Luther King Day with the Milwaukee Public Library
In honor of Martin Luther King Day, the Milwaukee Public Library (MPL) will host several celebrations and events at its Martin Luther King branch - located at 310 W. Locust St. - from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m.
Music - Jan. 13, 2017
Zac Brown Band returns to headline Summerfest on July 1
Today, Summerfest announced a familiar face would be taking the Marcus Amphitheater stage for this summer's Big Gig 50: Zac Brown Band, who will headline the festival on Saturday, July 1.
Music - Jan. 12, 2017
Local Coverage ties Milwaukee music community together with covers
What's the point of a cover? Tyler Maas may have created an answer with Local Coverage, a night of Milwaukee bands covering their fellow Milwaukee bands, which hits the Turner Hall Ballroom on Friday night.
Movies & TV - Jan. 10, 2017
"The Bachelor" Rose Rundown: A hero and a villain emerges
A frontrunner busted out of the pack while a serious villain emerged on the second episode of "The Bachelor" last night. Here are our contenders and pretenders from Monday night's new chapter in Nick Viall's dating life.
Movies & TV - Jan. 9, 2017
Longtime TMJ4 weatherman John Malan announces retirement
Adding to the list of retiring familiar local news faces, longtime TMJ4 weatherman John Malan announced today that he will sign off, with March 1 marking the final day of his 36-year career in the Milwaukee area.
Movies & TV - Jan. 9, 2017
It's Aaron Rodgers versus his fans tonight on ABC's new show "Big Fan"
Aaron Rodgers was able to defeat the New York Giants yesterday, 38-13, in the NFC Wild Card game. Tonight, however, on the premiere of the new trivia show "Big Fan," Rodgers will face off against an even more daunting opponent: his fans.
Movies & TV - Jan. 9, 2017
The real winners and losers of the 2017 Golden Globes
Last night, the Golden Globes officially kicked off awards season, announcing its bizarre yet not bizarre enough to be all that interesting winners. But who really won and lost at Sunday night's ceremony? Let's break it down.
Movies & TV - Jan. 7, 2017
Pay tribute to Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds with HBO's doc "Bright Lights"
The loving tributes to dearly departed Hollywood legends Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds are still flowing in - including the unfortunately timely documentary "Bright Lights," premiering tonight at 7 p.m. on HBO.
Movies & TV - Jan. 7, 2017
Predicting the film winners and losers at the 2017 Golden Globes
Will "La La Land" dance onto the Golden Globes stage several times Sunday night? Will the clock strike midnight on "Moonlight" and its awards season run? Pop culture editor Matt Mueller makes his predictions for Sunday night's show.
Movies & TV - Jan. 6, 2017
17 movies to look forward to in 2017
There are a lot of reasons to be excited for 2017, but at the top of the list - or at least right below "It's not 2016" - is the number of exciting, potential-rich movies coming out in the next 359 days. Here are the 17 we're most excited about.
Movies & TV - Jan. 5, 2017
Veteran FOX6 sports anchor Tom Pipines announces retirement
FOX6 announced today that veteran sports anchor Tom Pipines will retire in February after 32 years at the station. Pipines marks the third big name - after Vince Condella and Katrina Cravy - to retire from FOX6 in the past year.
Buzz - Jan. 4, 2017
Here's footage of (probably not) a new Milwaukee lion
Remember the Milwaukee lion, from those halcyon days of 2015? Well, according to some residents, he's back - or at least another big cat's taken his place. Take a look and decide for yourself!
Tagged with: Milwaukee lion, WISN, animals
Movies & TV - Jan. 3, 2017
"The Bachelor" Rose Rundown: Meeting Nick (again) and the ladies
Despite the all-red cavalcade on last night's premiere of "The Bachelor," a few of the contestants managed to make strong impressions on both Nick and viewers - for both the better and the worse. Here are my early contenders and pretenders from episode one.
Movies & TV - Jan. 2, 2017
Play along with "The Bachelor" in ABC's Bachelor fantasy league
"The Bachelor" returns to TV tonight - with a familiar face for both fans of the long-running dating reality show and Milwaukee residents in tow. Tune in at 7 p.m. on ABC to see how Day 1 goes for Nick Viall - and tune in tomorrow for our thoughts!
Holiday Guide - Dec. 31, 2016
The year that was 2016
Before the bells chime and the ball drops tonight, let's take one final look at just a handful of the good, the bad and the ugly events that made up the past 365 days. And then let's never speak of this year again.
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