Monthly Archives: September 2015

Chicken Piccata & Spinach Salad


BY Trish Derge I found an interesting study done recently that again sings the praises of spinach. So when you make my Chicken Piccata recipe, be sure to fix a nutritious fresh spinach leaf salad as your side. First...let’s make the simple and quick chicken dinner that has a lot of flavor! Ingredients 2 skinless and boneless chicken breasts, butterflied ... Read More »

Dancers Fly at E.A.A.


BY George Halas Ladies Must Swing, the highly-acclaimed 19-piece all-female big band from Madison will headline the third annual September Swing at E.A.A. Air Venture Museum on Saturday, September 26th from 7:00 to 11:00 p.m. The event takes place in E.A.A.’s famed Eagle Hangar, where vintage World War II airplanes hang from the ceiling and many era vehicles and artifacts ... Read More »

SCENE Editor is UWFDL Distinguished Alum


BY Jim Moran His parents hark back to his not speaking until he was three. “They thought something may be wrong with me,” Michael Casper, the UW-Fond du Lac 2015 Distinguished Alumni recipient said “then suddenly, as they put it, they couldn’t shut me up! There’S a lot of warmth like that in our family (laugh).” Michael grew up watching ... Read More »

A Taste For It


BY Jamie Lee Rake The friend who met me to eat at The Green Cafe (inside Just B Still Massage Studio,1211 Rickmeyer Dr. Suite, A, Fond du Lac, near Menard’s) remarked that the place almost looks too fancy to eat there. Classy locale though it is, it would be a shame to not grab a bite there should you find ... Read More »

Following ‘Leading the Blind’


BY Jean Detjen It was a privilege to converse recently with original music artists Eric Krueger and Marty Paschke from the Appleton-rooted rock band Leading the Blind (LTB). These inspiring local musicians shared a few things with SCENE about their passion for music making and the local community for which mutual love, respect, and appreciation abounds. The two close friends ... Read More »

Order up a ‘Hot Dish’ Chain O’ Lakes Blues Festival October 2 & 3


BY Michael Casper There’s so much history within the walls of the Indian Crossing Casino in Waupaca with nine decades of entertainment under its roof. And here comes another talented line up scheduled for this season’s Chain O’ Lakes Blue’s Festival with howling guitars, note bending harmonicas, the Hammond B3, and gritty, soulful lyrics from songs belted out by some ... Read More »

Twenty-five X 26.2


BY Will Stahl The Fox Cities Marathon was first run in 1991 about a year after I moved to Neenah. As a lifelong but fairly casual runner, I had always had a faint but nagging interest in running a marathon, and in 1993 I found myself living only a couple of blocks from the Riverside Park start area. It taunted ... Read More »

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