Ratings continue to fall across the board, including worst figure in this century for NLCS.
The heart of the “Zombieland” movies is an ardent belief in America, that, somehow, a red-state redneck (Woody Harrelson) and a blue-state elite (Jesse Eisenberg) can put aside their differences and work for the common good — as long as that common good is shooting zombies.
From 1993: Tim Burton's "The Nightmare Before Christmas" is much more than a director's vanity project. Though it may never rival "Aladdin" terms of box office clout, it has the timelessness to be around for decades.
"Judy" isn't the tribute Garland deserves but it's certainly a step in the right direction. And Zellweger puts her heart into the project, coming away with an appreciation for her work and the woman's she's portraying.
"Maleficent" isn’t magical, just of the same old back of tricks.
This is a lot of visual stuff that borrows heavily from the original TV series. Just as disappointing: There’s a sing-along to the TV theme show at the end, but it’s so tacked on you don’t even really want to bother.
Oh, Nebraska, we love you.
Phantom (by Bogle) 2017 Chardonnay “Clarksburg” ($20)
Australia’s signature red grape is shiraz, also known as syrah in most of the rest of the world. However, the country also produces outstanding red wines made from a variety of other grapes. An important example is cabernet sauvignon, which is the second-most planted red grape in Australia after shiraz. The following cabernet sauvignon reds are made in different styles, but they are both full-bodied food wines that are best enjoyed with beef or other hearty fare.
Wine of the Week
“End of the Century” has its Madison premiere at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 16, at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, 227 State St., to kick off its Spotlight Cinema series. The screening is free to museum members, $7 for all others.
Did you know that Oct. 15 is National Cheese Curd day? If you live in Wisconsin, you should know what a cheese curd is, but in case you don’t they are the curds from the cheese-making process before they are formed into a solid cheese.
Every time Nina Sanders pokes around the extensive Native American collection at the Field Museum in Chicago she is surprised by an incredible find that goes beyond a simple moccasin or elk-tooth dress.
Enter a drawing for free tickets to the Oct. 30 screening of the horror classic at Marcus Point Cinema.
Grate Conversation, a video series from Madison.com, flips the traditional food segment inside out. Watch the whole series here, hosted by Nat Cardona.
Is “El Camino” essential viewing? Not at all. But for those who loved "Breaking Bad," it puts a satisfying exclamation point on the end of the series.
His newest series lets him look back at a period in time when life was likely a blur. “We were operating in a bubble,” he says.
The anthology lets Tina Fey, Anne Hathaway, Catherine Keener, Dev Patel and others weigh in on the ones that got away or the ones that should have. Predictably, the episodes are as good as the stories.
Directed by Alexandre Aja, the film has a very set-like look, too. Nothing seems very real. Nothing appears lethal. Only a house – that should have been repaired much sooner – has the ability to take out strong men and loyal pets.
Where have all the Cardinals fans gone?
Jennine Capó Crucet's award-winning novel "Make Your Home Among Strangers" follows a young Cuban-American woman from Miami as she tries to navigate life inside a predominately white, prestigious New York university.
Indeed Brewing of Minneapolis plants a flag in Milwaukee, with an aim toward not just selling more beer but growing its portfolio.
“Raise Hell” gets its Madison premiere beginning Friday at Market Square Theatre.
Joaquin Phoenix is the reason to see “Joker.” At the same time: This is not a film looking for a sequel.
The final season – which begins this week – will be like “Arrow’s” greatest hits, executive producer Beth Schwartz says. “We’re kind of tying up some stories that you could have seen in seasons three or two.”
“Brittany Runs a Marathon” doesn’t cover new ground. It merely lets Jillian Bell travel a road Rebel Wilson and Amy Schumer (among others) have been on.
There’s probably a pretty funny movie to be made about our dependence on digital assistants, and the sneaking suspicion that we’re actually the ones assisting them. “Jexi” is not that movie.
Customers made a partial return to the Chick-fil-A in south Lincoln on Thursday, two days after a man who caused a disturbance and drove his pickup into the restaurant was killed in an officer-involved shooting.
Susan Devan Harness grew up in a complicated world where she struggled to find a place to fit in.
Sometimes, real life moves slowly. So it makes sense that a movie based on actual events should also move slowly.
Victor Hugo 2014 red blend “Hunchback, Templeton Gap, Paso Robles” ($20)
When it comes to pairing seafood with wine, consider the texture, flavor and preparation of the fish. Delicate, briny shellfish calls for light, crisp whites while meatier fish goes better with bigger whites and even some reds. In the following two examples from France, the light-bodied, almost off-dry white blend of sylvaner and pinot blanc from Alsace would go well with the sweetness of crab or a spicy seafood dish. The steely chardonnay from Chablis is a natural for lobster, oysters or prawns cooked in garlic butter.
A photo of Ellen DeGeneres sitting next to former President George W. Bush at Sunday’s NFL game between the Packers and the Cowboys surfaced over the weekend. And a slice of social media lost its collective mind.
The singer behind the summer's No. 1 song, "Truth Hurts" filled the Pageant on Tuesday night. See Lizzo on stage and faces from the crowd. Photos by Jon Gitchoff
Lincoln has Christmas in July. Now David City will have Christmas in October.
Since childhood, McMann has been a fan of the Nancy Drew books, Nancy Drew computer games and, yes, the Pamela Sue Martin version that aired on ABC. “When it came about, I was like, ‘I’ve been doing this my whole life. I’m ready to go,” she says.
Corazón Cabernet Sauvignon Rosé 2018, St. Helena, Napa Valley ($40)
Union Corners Brewery at 2438 Winnebago St. is a showcase for 12 brews made in-house and 12 guest taps from compatriots. Big flat-screens make it an obvious choice for game days. Because it’s new construction at the developing Union Corners site, the space is easily accessible for wheelchair…