Starting tonight at 8 p.m. locally, Lada is launching a new national radio show on ESPN radio called "Jorge & Jen," co-hosted by Jorge Sedano.
Comcast SportsNet, the cable-based sports channel that's the TV home of the Blackhawks, Bulls and White Sox, brought Jen Lada on full time this week.
Jen Lada, a staple on the Milwaukee sports scene since 2006, is leaving Fox 6 for a position with Comcast SportsNet Chicago.
We all like lists. David Letterman has been doing them for years, and back in the late '90s VH1 had a hit show with celebrities presenting their lists. So, why wouldn't Dave and Carole at WKLH-FM radio have the hottest men and women in local TV?
I didn't recognize Lesley Visser when I saw her interviewing coaches, players and celebrities at the NCAA Tournament this year. Tragically, she, like so many before her, is experiencing the false promise of eternal youth in a plastic surgery scalpel that derailed horrifically off the tracks.
Well, not you. Unless, of course, you're one of the 10 Milwaukee bartenders competing in tonight's Bartender Olympics at Whiskey Bar, 778 N. Jefferson St.
OnMilwaukee.com Publisher Andy Tarnoff didn't know what to expect when he sat down at a table with 17 of his competitors at Thursday's cream puff eating contest at State Fair on Thursday. It was smoking hot by the time the 11:45 a.m. contest began, and it wasn't just the humidity that had him drenched in sweat.
Though I'm not sure taking the Polar Bear Plunge was really on any of my lifelong lists of things to do, I nonetheless checked it off today. Five hours later, I'm still cold.
Exactly one year ago, OnMilwaukee.com publisher Andy Tarnoff watched FM 102.1's Jon Adler emcee the Storm the Bastille race to kick off my favorite French-themed Downtown festival. He decided, right then and there, that he would run in the Storm the Bastille in 2009. Here's the story of his ill-advised training for the race.
Beauty may be in the eye of the beholder, but hot is not. Whether it's classic good looks, a pretty face, a rockin' body or just a hot personality, Milwaukee is no slouch when it comes to sex appeal. So turn down the lights, put on some romantic music and read on, Milwaukee.
For the next nine weeks, FOX 6 sports anchor Jen Lada will spend her Sundays reporting on the green and gold. But when she's not busy tracking the Pack, she's thinking about a different shade of green. As expecting parents, both Lada and her husband, Sean, strive to lead an eco-friendly lifestyle, for themselves and the future of their unborn child.
Created by Bill Rouleau and Dan Duchaine of Bay View's Rush-Mor Records, "Dog Day Afternoon" brings together dogs and dog owners from all over the city for a day of canine fun and resident relaxation.
Milwaukee sports reporter/anchor Jen Lada pushes herself rather hard. Maybe she has to -- at just 27, she's not only the youngest sports anchor in this market, she is also expected to cover a wide breadth of topics with just two colleagues.
At the dawn of Bar Month at OnMilwaukee.com, we asked some local celebrities which spirits they like to boost their spirits.
Local sportscasters are getting less time to tell their stories each night and Dave Begel thinks the day isn't far away when sports scores and highlights will disappear from the nightly news.