“Shepherd Express? Is that a fast herd of sheep or something,” asks Dick Chudnow, who co-founded ComedySportz with Bob Orvis in 1984. Orvis recalls those early days: “We’d go out and people hadn’t even seen
reporter Seth Rosenfeld examines the little known secret understanding between
J. Edgar Hoover and California Gov. Ronald Reagan. Rosenfeld explains the
collusion’s connection to the heavy
Of all the influential aging rock
stars, Jimmy Page has assumed an unexpected position in the pantheon of the
loud ones who altered the course of popular music. He has achieved a
reverential spot and is serene and, one
In his infamous roast of Bob Saget, Norm MacDonald did a ballsy routine he'd later describe as having "no jokes and no delivery, only context." It was a remarkably incisive experiment, but sure enough, even with the worst material and the worst delivery possible, he made people laugh. Because that's what you do when a famous comedian performs. You laugh. Last night's performance at the Riversid...
Thursday, May 28, Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers @ Vnuk’s Lounge, 8:30 p.m. While the resilient “King of the Hill” probably keeps royalties flowing to Roger Clyne, who penned the show’s theme song with his ’90s country-rock band, The Refreshments, Clyne has spent the...
Unwigged and Unplugged, it's A Mighty Wind in an evening with Christopher Guest, Michael McKean, and Harry Shearer. Spinal Tap will be performing at the Riverside Theater on Sunday, May 31
at 8pm. The Street Team
will also be at the show,...
The Pabst Theater foundation has dropped word of three concerts today: * The Smoking Popes, a perfectly good '90s pop-punk band torn apart by Christianity but since reunited, splits a May 15th bill with Milwaukee's excellent Maritime, arguably the city's flagship indie-rock band. * "Unwigged and Unplugged," a not-quite Spinal Tap tour featuring comedians Christopher Guest, Michael McKean and...