Passing Into Eternity

So sad at the passing of the legendary Bart Starr. He was inspiring to me when I met him as a kid (as I express enthusiastically in the film), and I was happy to have met him again while filming the documentary. I even had the pleasure of exchanging emails with him after that. These … Continue reading

Seymour Hamburger Museum Event

This (and several more to come) are from events that we did some time back and are finally getting around to putting the photos up for archival purposes.  This was a fun one with Chester.  He has since said that it was one of his favorite events with me as the audience was incredibly enthusiastic … Continue reading

Things Happened At Hedberg

Pictures from our show at Hedberg Public Library in Janesville.  It was a heck of a fun time with my friend Steve “The Owner” Tate showing up, as well is many terrific Janesvillians (not a word, I know, but a fun one). * * * 

Wisconsin Historical Museum Event

  Moo This! Join the Wisconsin Historical Museum for a screening of “Cheeseheads: The Documentary” followed by a Q&A with the film’s director, John Mitchell. Pre-Show Meet & Greet – 5:30 pm – Have a question about Wisconsin life that you’d like to ask John Mitchell one-on-one? Want to get your copy of the documentary signed? … Continue reading

A Dream Theatre Come True

One of my dream theatres to play the film in when I was making it was the Al Ringling Theatre in Baraboo, Wisconsin.  Why?  Because it was an original “Movie Palace” when it opened in 1915, that it is a legendary landmark in Wisconsin, because it was built by the world famous Al Ringling.  Yes … Continue reading

Mars & Me & Marcol

A fun day at Mars Cheese Castle in Kenosha with the Marcol man and myself.  Okay, so a lot of M word play going on here, but it opened itself up to it.  Even more amazing was having our names up in lights on the Mars lighted freeway sign (see photos) overlooking the Interstate 94 corridor … Continue reading

Anew Is New And Not

Chester was there, a football showed up, maybe it was, perhaps not, but it was a fun day all the same in Shawano. * * *  

Seymour Hamburger Museum Show

We’ll be having a fun summer event at the “Home Of The Hamburger” in Seymour on July 20th, at the Seymour Historical Museum.  Show time is 7:00pm, but join us early for some snacks and great conversation. * * *    

Chester & The Easter Bunny

Day two at Seroogy’s Chocolates with Chester Marcol, only this time the Easter Bunny was hanging out with us and the customers.  This job can be too much fun sometimes. * * *  

Art For The Love Of

These were from a showing we did at the Shell Lake Arts Center in April.  What a neat place, an old high school turned art center.  And we had a heck of a good turnout too.  Lots of fun and friendly conversations. * * * * * *