Winter is finally here - or at least the final season of "Game of Thrones" is. (The Night King is still taking his sweet time.) Here are the five biggest takeaways from "Winterfell."
Maker Faire Milwaukee is exactly what it sounds like: a place where Milwaukeeans of all ages and backgrounds gather together to show what they are making and share what they are learning.
After the fire and brimstone last week, it makes sense that "Game of Thrones" would take a bit of a breather. But with only two episodes left in the season, even the breather episodes - like Sunday night's "Eastwatch" - felt like a sprint.
Should you bring a crossbow to a dragon fight? Is Jamie Lannister dead? Will the Stark children ever smile? How obnoxious is Bran? Jimmy Carlton and Matt Mueller discuss last night's "Game of Thrones" episode, "The Spoils of War," and where we stand a little more than halfway through the seventh season.
Sunday night's episode maybe have been low on running time, but it was high on the big thrills audiences have been waiting for from TV's biggest show - namely thanks to an outstandingly fiery final 15-minute epic battle.
The "How To Train Your Dragon Live Spectacular" swoops into Milwaukee from Thursday, Oct. 25 to Sunday, Oct. 28 at the BMO Harris Bradley Center. Did your kid love this movie?
When my sons were no longer toddlers, I was excited about their abilities to draw cute stick figures of the family and other Crayola masterpieces that I would cherish for life. I didn't realize I needed cold, hard cash to buy these memories.
Unlike marriage, parenting is not really a 50 / 50 compromise, but what is it then?
And the fanboys cheered as the movie about a dragon rider and his dragon flies into theaters today. But those cheers will be cut off by feelings of disappointment and the idea that a fandom is being ruined.