As it turns out, it takes a whole lot of sweat, tears and - yes - blood to make a convincing bloodbath on a live theater stage, such as the 70-gallon one currently in The Rep's "Guards at the Taj." You could even say it's all hands on deck.
OnMilwaukee has learned that not only was a prison nurse ready to testify that she was the one who put the hole in Steven Avery's blood vial, but that holes like that are not only common, but the way the vials are supposed to work.
Super-serving a niche audience can provide radio dominance in Milwaukee. Media watchers need not look further than country music powerhouse WMIL-FM to find a successful playbook on how to get and maintain an audience.
BloodCenter of Wisconsin will partner with the Milwaukee Brewers during the annual Big League Blood Drive. The event takes place Tuesday, Aug. 23 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Miller Park.
The life of a Big Ten trophy can't be an easy thing. In Todd Mishler's "Blood, Sweat and Cheers: Great Football Rivalries of the Big Ten" -- published by Trails Books -- we learn that when it's a trophy that travels, it may be hard to keep it ensconced in a display.