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Can Brett Favre make the Vikings as fashionable as Wranglers? This week, Divisionaries previews the 2009 Minnesota Vikings.
The Brewers’ recent winning streak is casting doubt on the early naysayers’ street cred, and providing a small glimmer of hope for now.
This week’s letter to Ken reflects upon Bill Hall’s career (RIP).
Has the recent dismantling of the Brewer’s roster been a blessing or a curse for Ken? This week’s letter focuses on all of the changes, both good and bad, in Ken’s life over the past week.
From Prince Fielder and Guillermo Mota’s bizarre non-meeting to over-the-top calls for firing reporters, lately there’s been an awful lot of missed connections involving the Brewers.
You may not want to hear it, Ken, but it’s time to temper fans’ trade expectations. And maybe your playoff chances.
At 8 a.m., 70+ concerned Skylight supporters gathered in Catalano Square. At 9, a beleaguered Eric Dillner and interim board president Terry Kurtenbach came out to face them.
A performer’s insanely late recap.
There’s more trading-deadline hysteria as the Brewers finally make a move. Plus, Prince Fielder shows his true colors and Frank Catalanotto’s battle for the rights to an ironically bad 80’s song.
As we cross the official mid-point of the season, let’s stop and congratulate a few of the most-deserving Brewers from the first half of the season. Join me, Ken, in the first-and-potentially-last-ever presentation of the Dear Ken Macha Mid Season Awards.
There are still two or three great drive-in movie theaters to try out in Wisconsin, but this summer also find the loving low-culture return of the outdoor cinema party at three different Milwaukee locations. The 41 Twin is dead; long live the 41 Twin experience.
July stage work in Milwaukee comes back roaring like a tiger with a gaucho on its tail, a ballerina pirouetting to fireworks, three men in a foreign prison, and a @#%$^ Mamet couple. Confused? All becomes clear within our weekly highlight roundup.