For anyone who missed the extraordinary evening at the Miller High Life Theatre with Michelle Obama on March 14, here's a chance to hear a version of the discussion she had with moderator-for-the-evening Conan O'Brien.
Michelle Obama brought her "Becoming" book tour to The Miller High Life Theatre tonight and provided everything the sold-out crowd was hoping for: wisdom, warmth, humor and, most importantly, connection.
Now that his TBS late night show will shrink down to 30 minutes a night, Conan O'Brien has a little more time on his hands, which he's using to hit the road with "Conan & Friends: An Evening of Stand-Up and Investment Tips" - including a Milwaukee stop.
We have a cure for your bye week blues - and better yet, it involves Aaron Rodgers in playing condition! OK, well, video game playing condition. Anyways, watch this clip from Conan O'Brien's "Clueless Gamer."
Aaron Rodgers will appear on tonight's episode of "Conan" to play video games with the late night host - and also to drop some breaking news on his recent surgery to fix his broken collarbone. Take that, Adam Schefter!
In between chats about her new movie "Money Monster," Jodie Foster dropped quite a bombshell last night on "Conan": The two-time Oscar winner and L.A. native is a Packer fan.
All signs point to the L.A.-based old school rock 'n' roll band The Record Company going places, but that doesn't mean frontman Chris Vos has forgotten where his journey began: Milwaukee.
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.
This week, CBS announced that Comedy Central's Stephen Colbert will replace David Letterman when he retires his "Late Show" sometime next year. It's this latest move that creates an opportunity to look at the unique Milwaukee history with the TV shows on after the late local newscasts.
Langhorne Slim has been at this for a while now - crisscrossing the country with kinetic live performances -- and that sweat equity is paying off. He performs with his band, The Law, at Turner Hall on Thursday night.
Late night landscapes are filled with drama. Personalities clash, and there's an audience always looking to be entertained. One thing we can count on is Team Coco having a home on TBS for the near future.
Milwaukee's Trinity Irish Dancers will perform live on the Conan O'Brien show tonight.
Let's look back at some of the big TV stories of the year.
Don't get hung up on the first week's ratings for Conan O'Brien's new show ... Lou Dobbs is returning to cable in the new year ... Scarlett Johansson hosts "SNL."
Conan O'Brien spent a lot of his time Monday night ripping NBC. Let's hope it's out of his system.