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Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson brings universe to the Riverside

Published Oct. 24, 2014

Neil deGrasse Tyson will be making a pair of appearances at The Riverside in December. His "Science as a Way of Knowing" set for Dec. 11 is already sold out. However, tickets are still available for "This Just in: Latest Discoveries in the Universe" on Dec. 10. The long-time executive editor of "Nova ScienceNow" will host a discussion of current discoveries in the universe.

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Time Warner Cable SportsChannel's 'The Roundtable' hits 2,000 mark

Published Oct. 22, 2014

Dennis Krause, a veteran of the sports landscape in Milwaukee - and Wisconsin for that matter - hit a milestone on his sports studio show "The Roundtable." The mainstay on Time Warner Cable SportsChannel aired its 2,000th episode on Tuesday night.

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Fantasticon promises to be a treat for wrestling fans

Published Oct. 20, 2014

When fans of different flavors converge on Milwaukee this weekend to attend Fantasicon, the first comic con in the area, it will be interesting to take in the die-hard support for a multitude of different things -- including professional wrestling.

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Leno returns to TV with CNBC car series

Published Oct. 17, 2014

Jay Leno will return to television hosting a new primetime show for CNBC. Based on his ongoing web series, the tentatively titled "Jay Leno's Garage" will start sometime early next year.

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"Wisconsin Remembers John F. Kennedy" earns Archives Award

Published Oct. 15, 2014

The documentary "Wisconsin Remembers John F. Kennedy," commemorating the 50th anniversary of Kennedy's assassination, has been given the 2014 Governor's Archives Award for Archival Innovation by the Wisconsin Historical Society.

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Reader blogs:

The Weathered Kite

Youth is fleeting and yet there is a lack of respect and willingness to hold on to it. At thirteen, dreams of proms, weddings and popularity send hopes sky high as if kites flying above. Romantic strings connecting and intertwining without a care in the world. Mismatched shapes and bright kites...

You Need to be More Mediagenic

If you are going to call yourself a marketer today, you’ll need a strong grasp of what Public Relations can do.  If you think PR is becoming a thing of the past, you couldn’t be more wrong.  In the big picture PR is an absolute essential messaging channel for brand devel...

Milwaukee Media owes us an explanation...

In the expansive coverage of the Wisconsin Budget Repair Bill battle in local print and broadcast media outlets over the past three weeks we've been bombarded with phrases like...in-hiding, fleeing, and runaway...to describe the 14 Democratic State Senators who fled to Illinois. Local reporters l...

40 of 40: Day 38

I've never been short on people who love me.I've just been short.  5'6"Before I make that relevant, let me says I'm not going to cheat you out of a blog each of the last three days.So, I was at OMC's MAD MEDIA party tonight with a good girl friend of mine.  We both, oddly, had the ...

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