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Everything New on Netflix and Hulu in October

By tstryker | Sep 30, 2020 | 0 Comments

A new month means new additions to your streaming watch lists. And with new theater releases still slim, providers like Netflix and Hulu have an especially interesting roster of old favorites and new releases ready for October. On Hulu, settle in for a classic from 1987. At that time, only three Star Wars movies had […] Read More

Beyonce Sends Roses to Young Fan Fighting Cancer

By tstryker | Sep 29, 2020 | 0 Comments

Just days ago, young Lyric Chanel posted a video on Instagram from when she was even younger, covering Beyonce’s “Love on Top.” Beyonce was tagged in the post and actually connected with the girl and her family. You see, Lyric is not only a fan, she’s fighting brain cancer as well. Queen Bey sent her […] Read More

No Throne of Lies: Elf Cereal Is Here

By tstryker | Sep 28, 2020 | 0 Comments

Seasonal cereals are nothing new, but General Mills is launching one with a twist: cereal inspired by the Christmas classic, “Elf.” This will either come as a relief or disappoint, but it does not incorporate all the four main food groups of an elf. So no candy, candy canes or candy corn. However, you’ll taste […] Read More

Fall Weekend Family Fun Ideas

By tstryker | Sep 25, 2020 | 0 Comments

With no Saturday football yet and Green Bay playing Sunday night, this weekend should be a perfect to see the fall colors and be active around the Chippewa Valley and beyond. If you have the kids, here are some options close to home from Volume One. Local wandering could be worth $1,000 if you get […] Read More

Unprecedented “America’s Got Talent” Season Finale

By tstryker | Sep 24, 2020 | 0 Comments

To say the least, it’s been an unusual year for us all, and “America’s Got Talent” was no exception. During Season 16, Covid-19 eliminated the in-person audience and an electric bike eliminated Simon Cowell from judging. So in such an unprecedented sequence of events, it’s little wonder the season winner would be a first of […] Read More

Millie Bobby Brown Stars in “Enola Holmes” on Netflix

By tstryker | Sep 23, 2020 | 0 Comments

Until we can return to Hawkins for the next season of “Stranger Things,” our new chance to watch Millie Bobby Brown hardly looks like a consolation. Netflix dropped its film adaptation of “Enola Holmes” Wednesday, with Brown starring as the title character. As the younger sibling of the famous Sherlock Holmes, Enola enlists her brother’s […] Read More

Evers Issues New Public Health Emergency

By tstryker | Sep 22, 2020 | 0 Comments

Governor Tony Evers issued a new public health emergency Tuesday morning. In response to COVID-19 cases increasing among 18 to 24-year olds at UW campuses across Wisconsin, Executive Order 90 went into effect. The order works in tandem with the existing emergency order through most of November. For updates and reaction, stay in touch with […] Read More

Ellen Addresses Workplace Toxicity in Season Opener

By tstryker | Sep 21, 2020 | 0 Comments

Ellen DeGeneres opened the season of her show by addressing allegations of workplace toxicity and other behavior you wouldn’t necessarily associate with her or those she would employ. “I am that person that you see on TV. I’m also a lot of other things. Sometimes I get sad, I get mad, I get anxious, I […] Read More

The Weeknd Is the Weekend Debate

By tstryker | Sep 18, 2020 | 0 Comments

Friday’s news of The Weeknd working on a new album and having cinematic aspirations? Big news, for sure. Still, it’s threatened to be overshadowed by a debate on Twitter (where else??). Fellow Canadian Andrew Huang tweeted, “every weeknd song uses the same four notes,” accompanied with a video playing along with The Weeknd’s music. Predictably, […] Read More

Lose “Quarantine 15,” Gain $13K

By tstryker | Sep 17, 2020 | 0 Comments

We know all the logical reasons to lose our “Quarantine 15,” the weight we gained this year. But if that’s not enough, $13,000 could finally separate us from our couches. British fitness website Total Shape is offering that to a few lucky UK and US participants for testing “four of the latest and most popular […] Read More