Admirals Vs. Aeros

 Oftenoverlooked in film history, Norman Jewison was a director who emerged after theold Hollywood studio system that nurtured Alfred Hitchcock and John Ford butbefore the generation that numbered Martin Scorsese and Francis.. more

I Hate Hollywood

 Goodwork had been done for many years at St. John’s School for the Deaf inMilwaukee. But in 1950, a predator entered the school’s wooded grounds in theform of its new director, Father Lawrence Murphy. The outside world saw .. more

I Hate Hollywood

The Miramar Theatre will be closed indefinitely following a fire Wednesday night. In an email blast last night, theater owner Bill Stace wrote, "The Miramar Theatre had a fire last night, July 3, 2013. No one was injured, but there had been extens.. more

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The Milwaukee Admirals take on the Houston Aeros tonight at a 7 p.m. home game. more

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With two theatrical dramas opening-up in decidedly non-theatrical venues in the next few weeks, one would think that there's some kind of absence of decent theatre spaces in town. (There isn't, though the recently-closed Off-Broadway Theatre wil.. more


The Milwaukee Admirals celebrate the Olympics tonight by wearing jerseys designed after the 1980 U.S. Olympic hockey team’s, then auctioning them to raise money for charity after tonight’s game against the Houston Aeros. The first 5,000 more

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The first 3,500 people who arrive to the Milwaukee Admirals game against the Houston Aeros tonight receive a free Palermo’s Pizza goalie glove oven mitt. The game will also include a performance from the UW-Madison Badger Band. more

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Today’s Admirals game against the Houston Aeros is a particularly kid-friendly one. The costumed animal troupe ZOOperstars will perform, and families are invited to bring their own skates to take to the ice after the game.,Today in Milwauke... more

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The Milwaukee Admirals will welcome a guest when they face the Houston Aeros tonight at a 7 p.m. Bradley Center game: actor Don Most, Ralph Malph of “Happy Days” fame. He’ll be greeting fans and signing autographs and likely fielding at more

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