Lorne Greene

 Thefirst significant American film, The Great Train Robbery (1903), was a western,even if it was shot in New Jersey, and the genre proliferated a decade laterwhen the movie industry set up shop in Hollywood—just down the road fro.. Read more

I Hate Hollywood

The one great adaptation of Mickey Spillane, Robert Aldrich's 1955 film noir classic Kiss Me Deadly, subverted the author's hardboiled universe and left its gleefully brutal star, private detective Mike Hammer, to an uncertain but probably unpl.. Read more

I Hate Hollywood

A modern interpretation of Puccini’s La Boheme, Billy Aronson and Jonathan Larson’s 1993 musical Rent is one of the decade’s defining theatrical works, a very contemporary exploration of the life of young, urban countercult,Today in Milw Read more

Today in Milwaukee

Shakespeare's writings have attracted almost as many interpreters as the Bible. Reading Cl Sgt. Pepper ,Books Read more