Monthly Archives: June 2014

Bug In Car Show


Fire up your old VW, MG, Triumph, Saab, or other import and head to the Napa Auto Parts store in Plover on June 7 for the second annual Bug In Car Show. According to event organizer Jolene Heiden—who owns River West Motor Werks with her husband, York—the show will award prizes for best in show and a few other categories. ... Read More »

Central Wisconsin Children’s Theatre Presents Peter Pan June 22-24


Actor Victor Garber said, “Theatre demands different muscles and different aspects of one’s personality.” Central Wisconsin Children’s Theatre believes much the same thing. Central Wisconsin Children’s Theatre (CWCT) is a nonprofit organization based in Kronenwetter, Wis. It’s a community group that gives children of all ages a chance to use their talents and imagination to produce a show. CWCT believes ... Read More »

Live Green at the Energy Fair


Each year the Midwest Renewable Energy Association (MREA) hosts its annual Energy Fair, transforming rural central Wisconsin into the global hot spot for renewable energy education. The Energy Fair brings more than 18,000 people from nearly every state in the U.S. and several countries around the world to learn, connect with others, and inspire them to take action at home. ... Read More »

I’m just getting old!


By Dr. Steve Hansen   “Doc, I feel like I’m getting old!”   I hear that a lot. And it’s often true … we do feel old when our joints ache. We feel old when our body hurts when the weather changes. We feel old when we can’t turn our heads or other parts of our body just feel stiff. ... Read More »

I left pop culture


By Josh Hadley Pop culture … why hast thou forsaken me? I used to be in the know, I used to have the inside track, I used to be with it … now, though, I am just a relic of the past with nothing positive for the future. I got old and pop culture failed to grow with me.  Did ... Read More »

All-time top 10 dads of TV & film


By Frank Hermans   Being a dad is the coolest, hardest, most rewarding, challenging, spiritual, humbling, heart-filling job I have ever had.  I love it and cherish every moment.  Seeing your sons and daughters grow and learning from them is better than any experience I can ever imagine.  My name is Frank Hermans and I’m a dad!  And I love ... Read More »

The pizza edition


By Tom Smith I’m happy to report my reviews last month didn’t result in lawyers, or Vulcan Death Squads storming my fortress of solitude. That is a good thing because June looks to be a great month for live music in the Green Bay area and I would rather be enjoying music than be in the intensive care unit. Here ... Read More »

‘Mixed Couples’: Golden Bowl lets the good times roll


By A.C. Kruse-Ross   Close your eyes and just imagine. It’s 1978 or maybe it’s 1983. The air heavy with a mix of secondhand smoke and shoe aerosol that gives way to the slightly fragrant yet musky finish of phys. ed. The floor vibrates softly beneath your rented shoes to the electric hum of curving Brunswicks before the chime and ... Read More »

Local Venue Focus: Sympatico


By Lemmy Thru Many voices, many leaders …let it bloom, 9-2-0!   This month the focus is on Sympatico, a De Pere venue that just celebrated its first year of business – and a mighty tough business, it is. Congratulations, Sympatico! Since you survived this significant milestone and you’ll hopefully be around a long while, let’s get to know you ... Read More »

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