Before the champagne pops and the ball drops - on the year and on the entire decade - let's take one final look at just a handful of the good, the bad, the ugly and the just plain odd events that made up the past 365 days.
My final trip into Hallmark hell is "Royal New Year's Eve," the story of a lowly magazine assistant falling in love with a prince and ... wait, did I just get tricked into watching Netflix's "A Christmas Prince" again?!
The Historic Wisconsin Athletic Hall Fame released its top 10 moments in 2017 state sports over the course of the last two weeks. Click through to see the list.
Before the ball drops on Sunday night, most certainly the only time we'll throw confetti to celebrate a Monday, let's take one final look back at the best - and just a bit of the worst - that 2017 had to offer.
Before the bells chime and the ball drops tonight, let's take one final look at just a handful of the good, the bad and the ugly events that made up the past 365 days. And then let's never speak of this year again.
In a revival of an old custom, bells of Milwaukee will ring in unison at midnight on New Year's Eve as a message of peace.
Kickoff for Saturday's Wave game is at 3:05 p.m. The theme is "Kick'n in the New Year" and the opponent is the rival Chicago Mustangs. Here are 10 reasons why you should go to the Balls to the Walls New Year's Bash before ringing in 2017.
Merriam-Webster recently selected "surreal" as the 2016 word of the year. Sounds about right. From pop culture to politics, from the unprecedented to the unbelievable, here are columnist Sherwin Hughes' 10 biggest stories from the year that was.
Today is the last day of the year, and while we're all having fun looking forward to the year to come with optimism a plenty, let's take one final look back at just some of the good, the bad and the just plain bizarre that was 2015.
I think that New Year's resolutions are B.S., and I think most people think so, too. But here's what I am thinking. I think we as a whole need to start being nicer to people.
There's nothing more hopeful than a clean slate. With the new year upon us, we can put our imperfections and mistakes behind us, and journey into 2014 sans last year's baggage. What are your parenting resolutions for 2014?
My two-year anniversary at OnMilwaukee.com is coming up in March, but I'm still finding new things to experience in and around Milwaukee, and "firsts" are always a lot of fun. I spent my first New Year's Eve in the Cream City this week, and it was a lot more fun than I expected.
The bulk of my New Year's Eve was spent at the Oriental Theatre, checking out the Dead Man's Carnival for the first time. Despite the buzz, we managed to capture a pretty good video of the best two minutes of the show.
It's the New Year, a time to resolve to change the things we didn't like about the previous one, or to do something we didn't quite accomplish. The athletes and teams in Milwaukee and Wisconsin made national news throughout 2013, in good ways and bad, which should lead to some resolutions in 2014. Well, maybe not. Read on and see for yourself and share what you think some sports resolutions should be in 2014!
When it comes down to it, isn't the heart of all resolutions really about loving ourselves more?