Results tagged with 'Milwaukee Talks'
Published Jan. 22, 2015
There are fewer busier people in the local sports scene than Mike Zimmerman, the owner of MKE Sports & Entertainment, which operates not only the Milwaukee Wave, but three baseball teams and The Rock Sports Complex in Franklin. OnMilwaukee.com managed to pin him down for a Q&A about what he's involved with (and what he's not), from baseball to soccer and how he tries to balance it all (or, how he doesn't).
Published Jan. 18, 2015
Angela Damiani is the president of Newaukee, an organization once known as a young professionals group that rebranded itself in 2014 as a "social architecture firm." OnMilwaukee.com recently chatted with Damiani about her role in the organization, her vision for the future and got a peak at her life beyond Newaukee which recently included a wedding.
Published Jan. 12, 2015
With more than 40 years of broadcasting under his belt, the radio "Voice of the Bucks," Ted Davis, has called a lot of games and seen a ton of plays. This season marks his 18th with the team and over lunch recently we sat down to talk broadcasting, media, basketball and more.
Published Dec. 23, 2014
Marquette University named Bill Scholl its new athletic director on Sept. 9 but he began his new duties in late October, just before basketball season began. Now that he's settling in, OnMilwaukee.com caught up with Scholl in his office at the Al McGuire Center to talk about his move to Milwaukee, working within a basketball-driven athletic department for the first time, the concerns with the unionization of college athletes and where Marquette stands in the new arena debate.
Published Dec. 17, 2014
Anson Williams has a prolific career as a television director and producer. He is also a successful entrepreneur.
But to most people, especially Milwaukeeans, he will always be "Potsie." Williams will be in Milwaukee on Friday promoting his new book, "Singing To A Bulldog."
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