GRAMMY award-winning Milwaukee musician Grace Weber announced in a Facebook post on Monday that she has inked a deal with Capitol Records.
In case you didn't hear, Oprah won the Golden Globes last night with her rousing, triumphant and essential speech accepting the Cecil B. DeMille lifetime achievement award. And it all started with Milwaukee.
Syfy's "Continuum," which premiered on Monday night in the U.S., isn't the first show to merge sci-fi with a police action-drama.
As a cynic, I could suggest that Channel 4 is working on another, bigger giveaway for the next ratings period. A pair of Brewers season tickets?
It's a good week to be in Milwaukee, and today's a great day. Here are 10 reasons to be happy.
Over the past few days, the bodies have piled up as the networks have cleaned out the failed TV shows in preparation for the new fall schedules. ... A new reporter heads from Montgomery, Ala., to Channel 4. ... Is Oprah's finale as big as the end of "M*A*S*H"?
Milwaukee has its share of celebrities who once lived here, as well as relatives of celebrities who live here now. Tracking them all down has proven to be more difficult than we anticipated, but here's a list -- albeit an incomplete and somewhat unconfirmed one.
If you missed her at the biggest music festival in the nation, you can catch singer Grace Weber on national television this week. A native of Wauwatosa, Weber is one of the eight finalists on "Oprah's Karaoke Challenge."
In the first measure of viewing since NBC gave the 9 p.m. hour to Jay Leno, Channel 12 edged out Channel 4 in the October TV ratings. And Rosie O'Donnell returns to the airwaves: if you're a subscriber.
The latest season of public television's "Pioneers of Television" is in production for airing next year, and the Milwaukee-based production company is shooting one of the key scenes up in Thiensville. And it's looking more and more like NBC's "Chuck" will be back in January, a bit earlier than planned.
You may see a lot of Sarah Palin as she sells her new book next month, but it looks like Oprah's got her first.
Ellen DeGeneres' daytime talk show is moving up to 2 p.m. starting Monday on Channel 58, which gives us a chance to talk about her move into Paula Abdul's "American Idol" slot.
In his upcoming book, "NEWBOS: The Rise of America's New Black Overclass," Wall Street Journal reporter and CNBC correspondent Lee Hawkins explores the economic and social ramifications facing a new class of multimillionaires. Hawkins interviewed LeBron James, Terrell Owens, Puffy Combs, Wyclef Jean, Russell Simmons and others to talk about perils and pitfalls faced by self-made young black millionaires.
Shari Dunn, the new morning anchor of the CBS 58 morning news, didn't follow a regular career path to wind up working in her hometown. Before the Nicolet and Marquette grad landed a job in TV in Milwaukee, she worked as an attorney here in town, in Washington and in New York. We caught up with her in this Milwaukee Talks.
If shedding pounds is on the top of your to-do list for 2009, you're far from alone. Millions of Americans put themselves on diets of all shapes and sizes each year, yet according to the National Weight Control Registry, 90-95 percent of dieters re-gain the weight they lost, or more, within five years.