On today's soccer-rific episode of OnMilwaukee's Postgame Tailgate, Jimmy Carlton and Matt Mueller sit down with U.S. Futsal National Team Coach Keith Tozer, the former head coach of the Wave, to preview the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
Today marks the 20th anniversary of OnMilwaukee. To commemorate the occasion and to understand how this small, strange, wonderfully different and endlessly creative digital media company has survived and thrived for two decades, we talk to OnMilwaukee co-founder and publisher Andy Tarnoff.
On today's Postgame Tailgate, Jimmy Carlton and Matt Mueller are joined by dining writer Lori Fredrich to talk about recent restaurant closings, local food trends and millennial eating habits before the podcast goes off the rails.
In this week's episode, Jimmy Carlton and Matt Mueller discuss the Bucks' firing of Jason Kidd and replacement coach Joe Prunty, the team's strong recent play and Jabari Parker's upcoming return. Then, they talk about the Brewers' surprise acquisitions of Christian Yelich and Lorenzo Cain, the club's crowded outfield and newly raised expectations.
In this week's episode of OnMilwaukee's Postgame Tailgate, sports editor and Jimmy Carlton conduct a full autopsy on the Green Bay Packers and their disappointing 2017 season. Cover your eyes and take a listen.
Jimmy Carlton and Matt Mueller are joined by OnMilwaukee Publisher Andy Tarnoff to talk about Aaron Rodgers' return on Sunday, the death of the Packers' playoff hopes and whether brutal injuries and stupid rules have made the NFL hard to watch.
With Star Wars coming out this weekend, Jimmy Carlton and Matt Mueller are joined on today's episode of OnMilwaukee's Postgame Tailgate by guests Molly Snyder and Shannen Oesterreich to talk about what it was like to work in movie theaters, including their best and worst memories and popcorn talk.
In this week's episode of OnMilwaukee's Postgame Tailgate, Jimmy Carlton and Matt Mueller discuss this year's slate of holiday movies, from the good ("Disaster Artist," "The Shape of Water," "Star Wars") to the not-so-good ("Pitch Perfect 3," Wonder Wheel").
In this week's episode of OnMilwaukee's Postgame Tailgate, Jimmy Carlton and Matt Mueller discuss the Wisconsin sports landscape and say something they're thankful for with each team. They also play "Is this bowl game real or made up?" and "which pie is best?"
The thrilling Netflix original "Stranger Things" dropped its much-anticipated second season on Oct. 27, and we thought five days was more than enough time to let people watch before we breathlessly dissected it on the pod. Did we like it? Yes. Did we have issues? Yes.
With as good a non-Aaron Rodgers situation as Green Bay could have on Sunday, how troubling was it that Brett Hundley, Mike McCarthy and the defense still couldn't beat the Saints? How great is Giannis and how fun are the Bucks? Jimmy Carlton and Matt Mueller answer those questions and more in the Postgame Tailgate.
Aaron Rodgers broke his collarbone, and that broke Packers fans' hearts. What does his injury mean for Green Bay's season and playoff hopes? Also, perfect timing, the Bucks' NBA season is upon us! Jimmy Carlton and Matt Mueller discuss the state of Wisconsin sports in this episode.
Jimmy Carlton, Matt Mueller and OnMilwaukee publisher Andy Tarnoff discuss the devastation from last night's prime-time Packers pounding, how much fun it was to watch Mike McCarthy swear on the sidelines, how little fun it was to watch his offense and more. Then they talk Brewers (playoff?!) baseball.
The season finale of "Game of Thrones" gave us a lot to talk about in this edition of the Postgame Tailgate podcast. Jimmy Carlton and Matt Mueller are joined by OnMilwaukee's Carolynn Buser to react to the conclusion of the seventh season and discuss the major events and themes.
Should you bring a crossbow to a dragon fight? Is Jamie Lannister dead? Will the Stark children ever smile? How obnoxious is Bran? OnMilwaukee's Jimmy Carlton and Matt Mueller discuss last night's "Game of Thrones" episode, "The Spoils of War," talk about where we stand a little more than halfway through the seventh season and make some predictions.