You definitely need to be in the mood for those last three. Yeah, the artsy stuff on the east side we don't get to too often. After fighting the traffic in the City most days, I rarely feel like heading back at night for a movie.
We went to The Calatrava, The Milwaukee Art Museum, on Saturday, and "watched" some unbelievable paintings and a very cool photography exhibit featuring European photography from 1919 to 1945. Very cool. It's the first time we have been to the Calatrava since it was built. Will be going on a more regular basis.
We've been watching "John Adams" on HBO. As kind of a history nut, and big fan of David McCullough's writing, this series has really hit the spot. It's produced by Tom Hanks' company Playtone, which also produced "Band of Brothers" and "From the Earth to the Moon".
Hanks understands the greatness that is the United States.