Local filmmaker remembers the late great comedy legend Carl Reiner

Published July 10, 2020

Carl Reiner leaves behind an impressive legacy as an entertainer, but also as one of the truly good guys in Hollywood, a person who everyone has a good story to tell and a kind thing to say. One of those people is Milwaukee filmmaker Steve Boettcher.


Bucks launch new BucksPlay content hub

Published April 8, 2020

The Milwaukee Bucks are launching BucksPlay, a new content hub designed to keep the team and fans connected amid the COVID-19 crisis, today at 3 p.m.


We can do this

Published March 23, 2020

No playbook. That's for sure. But, can we do more? I know we can.


Discover Summerfest with OnMilwaukee and the Misfits

Published June 28, 2018

We've partnered with some of the coolest influencers around: the Misfits. The best part is they will be telling the stories of awesome Summerfest goers on our Facebook lives and on our Instagram account through IGTV.


Brew City Conversations: OnMilwaukee sports editor Jimmy Carlton

Published March 26, 2018

In Episode 6 of Brew City Conversations, host John Hand sits down with OnMilwaukee sports editor Jimmy Carlton. In a wide-ranging conversation, they discuss Carlton's career, the coverage of Milwaukee sports and the ever-changing world of sports media.


"Wisconsin Foodie" has acquired Edible Magazine

Published May 1, 2017

Soon there will be even more to love about "Wisconsin Foodie." Specifically, a print publication. The Emmy Award-winning local television series will be expanding its reach, thanks to the recent acquisition of Edible Milwaukee magazine.


Let's stop worrying about the daily newspaper

Published March 8, 2017

You may be surprised to read this from OnMilwaukee Publisher Andy Tarnoff, but claiming newspapers are dead is at best myopic, and at worst, just wrong. They simply occupy a different place in society now.


The daily newspaper is on life support and the plug is being pulled

Published March 2, 2017

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is on life support as it continues a slide into oblivion. The publishers and higher-ups try to put a good face on it, but facts are facts. The question is whether anyone, especially younger people, care about the newspaper.