Monthly Archives: July 2014

Pride Alive brings people together


By Donna Fischer On Saturday, July 12, Joannes Park in Green Bay will feature a celebration that strives to improve tolerance and equality between gay, lesbian, bi–sexual, and transgender individuals and the rest of the community.  Pride Alive is now in its seventh year of providing live music, arts and crafts, civic information, local vendors, food and beverages to a ... Read More »

Headaches make summer too hot to handle

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By Dr. Steve Hansen With the warmer weather, we have plenty of opportunities to be outdoors to garden, take a walk, entertain, travel, or just relax. In my line of work I see a different side of things. Warm weather seems to trigger and increase in the frequency and severity of headaches in many people. Changes in humidity or temperature, ... Read More »

Considerations for Interethnic/interracial Dating


By Tracey Robertson   This article makes some assumptions about you. It assumes you are not a minority because according to the 2010 Census, 93.6% of the population in Oshkosh is white. It assumes that you are married and have kids 18 years or younger (or will marry and have children in the next 5 years) because the same Census ... Read More »

Chancellor Wells Looks Back


BY ASHLEY GRUENSTERN University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Chancellor Richard Wells will retire in August 2014 after 14 years at the school, but the impact of           his leadership will continue at the UWO campus and in the Oshkosh community for many years. Wells described the different aspects and dimensions of things that he was responsible for ... Read More »

Life at the Library


By Lisa Voss Public libraries have long been places for self-directed learning. Every day the library assists people who want to learn more about health, travel, hobbies, history, business and hundreds of other topics. Even the digitally savvy often end up at a library reference desk looking for more depth (and accuracy) than a Wikipedia entry offers, or an information ... Read More »

The Head and the Heart Sunday, Sept. 21 – 7 p.m.


Green Bay (June 2, 2014) – Following festival appearances at Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, Bumbershoot and more as well as headlining shows at the legendary Hollywood Bowl and Red Rocks Amphitheatre, The Head and the Heart will make their way to Green Bay’s Meyer Theatre on Sunday, September 21 at 7pm. The band is on tour in support of its sophomore effort, ... Read More »

Jake Owen: Days of Gold Tour visits the Resch


By Andrew Kruse-Ross   Coming off of the success of 2011’s “Barefoot Blue Jean Night” that landed him four number one singles and generated more than five million downloads, the beachin’ boating Floridian is back with his fourth album entitled, “Days of Gold.” With the title track and the single “Beachin’” already climbing the charts, we at Scene were given ... Read More »

Fantastic Fours: Iola Old Car Show Celebrates Four-Door Cars


By Merry Dudley For a town of a little more than 1,000 people, Iola can really pack ’em in during July. And that’s all thanks to a little thing we locals like to call “Car Show.” According to Angelo Van Bogart, editor of Old Cars Weekly magazine, “Iola is about 1,200 people, and it mushrooms to 100,000 or 125,000 people ... Read More »

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