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corey hart knee
Around Milwaukee
Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013
Corey Hart is a very good baseball player. He is also a very injury-prone baseball player. When he's not ruining one knee, he's ruining the other while trying to heal the first knee. Missing the entire 2013 season with those injuries has driven down the free agent's value considerably, so to prove that he's still got the goods, his agency took to Twitter this week to share a video of Hart showing ...
Around Milwaukee
Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013
Corey Hart is a very good baseball player. He is also a very injury-prone baseball player: When he's not ruining one knee, he's ruining the other while trying to heal the first knee. Missing the entire 2013 season with those injuries has driven down the free agent's value considerably, so to prove that he's still got the goods, his agency took to Twitter this week to share a video of Hart showing ...
the benjamins
On Music
Monday, Nov. 11, 2013

With Vic & Gab and Field Report's Chris Porterfield

Since losing his son Pablo to a Wilms’ tumor, Milwaukee native Jeff Castelaz’s Pablove Foundation has strived to increase awareness about childhood cancer and raise money for Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, where Pablo underwent treatment. A one-time staple of the Milwaukee music scene who managed the city’s most successful acts from the ’90s, including The Gufs, Citizen King and The Pr...
sharon jones 2014 tour give the people what they want
On Music
Monday, Nov. 11, 2013
It's been a trying year for soul singer Sharon Jones. Just months before the singer was scheduled to release her fifth album, Give the People What they Want, she was diagnosed with cancer and forced to cancel the release and her planned 2013 tour. The good news is she's feeling better and looking to pick up where she left off in 2014, when she'll release the album and make up some of those ...
the onion newspaper
Around Milwaukee
Friday, Nov. 8, 2013
The Onion will cease printing this year, the company announced today. The satirical newspaper, which was founded 25 years ago by two University of Wisconsin students in Madison, had been gradually withdrawing from print over the last few years as it expanded online operations. At its peak, it published in 17 markets, but by this fall it was down to just three, in Chicago, Rhode Island and here in ...