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August 28, 2007



I prefer to remember him for "Wolf Lake". :^)


Ah John Kanin, Seattle policeman – does Phillips always play a policeman?

Someone needs to explain to me why networks canceled a TV series that followed a pack of werewolves living in a Seattle suburb. I've heard rumors that “Wolf Lake” began airing again on SCI FI on July 13 this year. Finally, it has been salvaged!


Here's hoping that La Bamba can put an end to all of the senseless shootings in the ghettos of Milwaukee. DO IT RICHIE!!!


Wow, that's really cool! :) Way to go, Brew City. I hope the show gets picked up in the fall!


What a great service this will do for Milwaukee. It's about time the rest of the world got to see what a fabulous city we have nestled here in the Midwest.


Christi, you're absolutely right!


I found this podcast on JSOnline where they interview the director and executive/producer of the show.

The whole interview is very interesting including parts where they give credence to the incentives Wisconsin is offering. They also give a lot of praise to what Milwaukee and the surrounding areas offer in terms of locales. You can definitely tell these guys are from LA by how they manage to cut off nearly every sentence. It's exciting stuff and great to hear they are looking here!


Hey- Great find! Thanks for sharing it.


Wait a mean to tell me that if you lower taxes and provide financial incentives for filmmakers that they'll actually come to our fair city?? Maybe we should try doing this for current and potential residents and businesses?!?! What a novel idea!!

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