Laura Brod admitted to City Pages yesterday that the boudoir photo of her on the Internet was authentic.In the immediate aftermath, several competing media outlets poo-pooed the story. Myopically focusing on the content of the photograph rather than the context in which it was taken and distributed, ... More >>
Former AWA star and WWF wrestler "Rock n' Roll" Buck Zumhofe faces 12 felony counts of criminal sexual conduct for allegedly sexually abusing a female relative 1,800 times between 1999 and 2011, when the woman, then age 29, finally left his Cyrus, Minnesota, home.SEE ALSO: Austin Aries, TNA wrestler ... More >>
Should we still call it "artisan"?
livinginmonroviaDavid Milz never saw it comingWe like to keep track of all the true weirdness in Wisconsin, but the Burlington Liar's Club has the market cornered on fibs. This year, its judges had to comb through lies submitted by more than 500 entrants to name its annual World Champion Lia ... More >>
Menards mayhem: Great TV.The woman caught on tape going ballistic at a Wisconsin Menards on Black Friday is going to be a TV star. It also sounds like she's a person of interest to Grand Chute police, who expect to make an arrest in the case pretty soon. They haven't released her name.
Photo by Erik Hess"Ben is kind of The Dude....he's a maniac and he holds it down so hard." High praise from Stef Leron "POS" Alexander, but drummer Ben Ivascu lives up to the hype every single time he plays. And chances are that he's playing right now. In a set of cities blessed with some o ... More >>
Officers responded to a call in New London and found three men riding one horse down the street. They also smelled some serious alcohol on the men. This has got to be good.
St. Paul crusades against liquor, porn
Yesterday's Supreme Court ruling on eminent domain, Kelo v. City of New London, is bound to make more political ripples than practically anything Rehnquist's crew has done since handing the 2000 election to George W. Bush. As you probably already read, the Supes declared that local governments may ... More >>