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Monthly Archives: April 2014

An owl by any other name

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By Morgan Bongard Just beyond those trees, that’s where he is,” says Chief Naturalist Kim Diedrich, of the Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary as she leads me along the edge of the lagoon, still frozen with long fillets of snow, punctuated by muddy puddles and slippery, black autumn leaves. I take photos of a lone goose pecking away at the ice ... Read More »

The music of Jimi Hendrix comes to life

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By Carol Doberstein Purple haze all in my brain Lately things don’t seem the same Actin funny, but I don’t know why ‘Scuse me while I kiss the sky Purple haze all around Don’t know if I’m up or down … This is a popular song with music and lyrics by the late, great Jimi Hendrix. “Jimi” Hendrix (born Johnny ... Read More »

Making it weird: RSD, Biram and Nimoy

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By Tom Smith Spring is here, allegedly, but don’t be surprised if you have to shovel snow after you read this. I mean it’s only the first of April, and this is Wisconsin. Quick! My review of this winter: Worst Winter Ever! Lots of great live music in Green Bay this April to help us recover from the mental scars ... Read More »

Ladies of bluegrass host 7th annual bluegrass music festival

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Saturday, April 26, 2014, the Ladies of Bluegrass Red Hat Society Group will once again bring six of the finest, most talented bands and expert musicians to the Watering Hole, located at 2107 Velp Avenue in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Since 2008, it has been the objective of this unique group of women, brought together by a mutual love of bluegrass ... Read More »

Man of many hats

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by A.C. Kruse-Ross Kristian Bush is a man of many hats. Perhaps best known as one half of the county music duo Sugarland, the Grammy Award-winning, multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter first came under a national eye with the folk rock duo Billy Pilgrim in the early ‘90s. He founded country music sensation Sugarland in 2002. To date the group has record ... Read More »

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