In 2018, we all seem to be living in dog years, each of Earth's spins around the sun actually counting as seven. But if you think your year's been hard to keep up with, imagine Michelle Wolf's past 365 days, topped off this weekend with a show at Turner Hall Ballroom.
Before he hits The Pabst Theater stage this weekend, we chatted with comedian Lewis Black about today's exhausting politics, Wisconsin's impressive obsession with alcohol and artery-clogging foods, and his insane way of staying sane through it all.
There's only one female sports agent that solely represents an active player in the NBA, and her name is Danielle Cantor. And the player she represents? Malcolm Brogdon. The thoughtful Milwaukee guard also spoke out about political and social issues at Bucks Media Day.
Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke is riding out of town, resigning local office to accept a federal position in Donald Trump's administration. Clarke will become the acting assistant secretary of the Department of Homeland Security for partnership and engagement, he said Wednesday.
The president's recent executive order on immigration has called attention to the needs of refugees who are already in the U.S. Here are a few places to get involved and support refugees in Milwaukee, as compiled by Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service.
Two recent executive orders, signed by President Donald Trump, have Milwaukee green card holders and immigrant rights advocates worried that non-citizens may not be safe much longer, reports Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service.
Given the divisive, depressing, ubiquitous and hyper-partisan politicization of everything in the country right now, it was nice to be able to watch a good old American football game on Sunday, right? Not so much. Jimmy Carlton and Matt Mueller discuss all things Super Bowl in The Postgame Tailgate.
On episode 16 of The Postgame Tailgate, Jimmy Carlton and Matt Mueller are joined by Sherwin Hughes, a local radio host, to discuss whether this year's Academy Award nominees will continue the #OscarsSoWhite trend. They also talk Donald Trump canceling his Milwaukee visit and Sheriff David Clarke.
For this week's column, Jay Bullock takes over transcribing duties for "This American Carnage," which takes a look at the current political climate and "the forgotten men and women of our country."
America is a country but far more like a corporation, and these next four years under our newly elected CEO should be an exciting adventure for corporate America. What could possibly go wrong?
Everybody knows the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) is fake and the matches are scripted. What people don't know is that there are radio broadcasts, and those are scripted, as well, and taped in advance. Donald Trump and David Clarke are a new tag team.
"Disgraced" by Ayad Akhtar opened at The Rep Friday night to a rapt audience enthralled by one of the most powerful plays of this or any other season. It's a play designed to engender deep, and perhaps troubling, thought, and it succeeds with punch.
Last week, President Barack Obama gave his farewell speech to the nation. A few days ago, I watched his last press conference. The era of #44 is officially over. The inauguration of Donald J. Trump is in effect. Everything is different now.
Cognitive dissonance is what happens when you have conflicting information streams mingling in your brain. It's also a part of the reason why people with ACA coverage are excited for the repeal of Obamacare and other conflicting political opinions.
It could hardly be more appropriate to our times that The Milwaukee Rep unveils a Pulitzer Prize-winning play about Muslims in America the very week that we are getting a new president who has made Muslims a target of his vitriolic political campaign.