Home / Articles / By Nick Olig
{imgArticleTop}
Off the Cuff
Thursday, Oct. 3, 2013
 With a beguiling knack for sleight of hand, Ben Seidman has spent years honing the craft of magic. He arrived on his self-described “unusual career path” in his early 20s and makes his living enchanting fans at colleges, theaters, on cruise ships and on the Travel Channel’s Magic
Off the Cuff
Friday, Aug. 30, 2013
Since moving to Milwaukee to study at UWM, the city has inspired Lisa Walker England. A writer with fantasy leanings, Walker England had her creative subconscious influenced by Milwaukee's architecture and inventive, Midwestern work-ethic. Years later, she created Rise of the Tiger, an illustrated Steampunk
Off the Cuff
Sunday, July 7, 2013

A Conversation with artist/activist Brian Carlson

 In the mid-‘70s, a grossly misnamed “Gentlemen's Coup” began another age of political upheaval in Argentina. With Gen. Jorge Rafael Videla heading a military junta, state-terrorism was waged against the regime's opposition. In less than a decade, tens of thousands of left-wing
Off the Cuff
Wednesday, May 1, 2013

A conversation with Amelia Vorpahl

 Since her departure from her treasured roots in Shorewood, Amelia Vorpahl has traveled the world and returned to the States to become a valuable part of a noble ecological cause. Vorpahl now manages communications
Off the Cuff
Sunday, Dec. 23, 2012

Schlock Production’s Nick Aldrich, Brian Lis and Matt Ott

 Filming for the web-TV show “Mediocracy” began in January and the comedy is slated to continue its run with another webisode this upcoming January. With help from Kickstarter and a great deal of effort from
Off the Cuff
Tuesday, Aug. 21, 2012

Learning is Worth A Dabble

For those intrigued by the prospect of broadening their knowledge of a multitude of subjects, Dabble can provide nuanced enlightenment without the burdens of steep tuition and mounting debt. What's more, traditional colleges aren't...
Off the Cuff
Monday, July 18, 2011
Think you have a firm grasp on homonyms? Some are tricky. Two,” “to,” and “too” are simple enough, but a botched translation of “serial” and “cereal” in conversation could have you sounding like a jack-ass. Graphic artist Joe Simko is most certainly not marketing a line of Serial Killer Trading Cards; rather, he is marketing a line of Cereal Killer...

Top Articles from Nick Olig

No articles in this section