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? Get … Continue reading

Football On The Horizon at Camp Randall

With Badger Football on the horizon, it’s only fitting to add a few photos of previous visits (and there are many) to Camp Randall Stadium.  What an amazing Cheeseheads venue this place is.  I get chills every time I am there. * * *

Alice In Dairyland At The Neville

We did a couple of screenings at the Neville Museum in Green Bay in honor of the 70th Alice In Dairyland celebration.  Had a lot of fun with Alice, Chester, and all of the terrific people at the Neville Museum.  Plus there was plenty of Nueske’s meat snacks to go around, so it was a … Continue reading

The Legendary Press Gazette

If you must do a book and DVD signing with the legendary Packers kicker Chester Marcol, it should be in places like the lobby of the also legendary Green Bay Press Gazette building in downtown Green Bay.  So much history, too much awesome architecture, and way too much Packers Glory.  Oh what a great evening … Continue reading

No JJ Watts, But Lots Of Comfort

We had scheduled a show the weekend of the Texans game at Lambeau Field, but despite JJ Watts not playing as he was out for the season on injured reserve (the biggest reason for that weekend), we went ahead and had lots of fun with Chester, the staff at Comfort Suites, and the great people … Continue reading

Discovery World Cheeseheads Style

We had a lot of fun doing a screening at Discovery World in Milwaukee thanks to CEO Joel Brennan, who hosted the Les Paul scene in the documentary.  It was one of those sort of events where the weather was just perfect, the setting was just right, and a good deal of friends showed up … Continue reading

A Part Of Lawrence University History

We had a fun time screening the film at the amazingly beautiful Lawrence University Warch Center on an even more gorgeous campus that has been a part of Wisconsin since, well before Wisconsin was even a state (1847), though despite it’s founding then, first classes were not held until the fall of 1849. Needless to … Continue reading

EAA In Oshkosh, What A Ride, err Flight!

Didn’t get to EAA this year, though I did grab these photos a couple years back when visiting.  We included EAA in the documentary because what’s more Cheesehead than having fun with family and friends in the tens of thousands at a time, and being creative and inventive, while loving the outdoors.  I could go … Continue reading

Wisconsin’s Flying Trees, No Really!

From a fellow Cheesehead comes Wisconsin’s Flying Trees During WWII.  I know it’s been out for a while, but it’s a really interesting look at a unique piece of Wisconsin history, and more proof to our tradition of military service.  Check it out at AMAZON or on Kindle. *** ***

Badger Bars & Tavern Tales, Fun For Everyone

I met Bill Moen, the author of these two humorous and fascinating Wisconsin Bar stories books, at the Valkyrie Brewery in Dallas (Dallas WISCONSIN, that is). For any lover of good humor, these books are great.  If you love humor, beer, and Wisconsin history in all of its often odd realms, then these are a … Continue reading