Monthly Archives: November 2015

Jeff Daniels Returns to the Grand


BY Joseph Ferlo On November 20, actor/singer/songwriter Jeff Daniels takes the stage at The Grand Opera House in Oshkosh for his fifth visit to the historic Fox Valley venue in the past decade. Actor/singer/songwriter. The last two things may come as a surprise to people who know Michigan-raised Jeff Daniels from DUMB AND DUMBER (and DUMB AND DUMBER TO, which ... Read More »

Weyauwega International Film Festival – Nov. 11th-14th


The Weyauwega International Film Festival, presented by Wega Arts, will be returning November 11-14 to the Gerold Opera House for its fifth year of films from around the globe. This year the festival will be screening forty-three films representing seventeen different countries. Many of the films were either made in Wisconsin or have Wisconsin connections. The 13th of the month ... Read More »

Heroes’ Hunt for Wisconsin Game


BY Michael Casper An acquaintance of mine by the name of Jim Zahn, a US Army and Vietnam Veteran who belongs to the Rosendale VFW Post 10195, suggested that since Veteran’s Day is November 11th, I look up a gentleman by the name of Brian Ball. A year ago Brian formed a non-profit to help our war wounded brothers and ... Read More »

Backyard Flock: Part Two


BY Rob Zimmer NOTE: This is part two of a series on keeping backyard chickens. Part one appeared in last month’s issue. With winter fast approaching, there are several considerations to keep in mind when it comes to keeping your backyard flock safe, secure and warm during the cold months of the year. Keeping your backyard chickens during winter is ... Read More »

Foxy Finds


By Jean Detjen, Artful Living Canada Goose “Hybridge Lite” Vest from The Haberdasher Limited in downtown Green Bay. Great-looking lightweight layer with a snug fit for essential core warmth. Breathable, abrasion resistant soft outer shell with 800 fill power hutterite white goose down. The slim cut stays close to your body and side stretch panels increase movement and help regulate ... Read More »

Thanksgiving Stuffing…on the Side


BY Trish Derge This dish is so yummy, it’s a shame it’s only thought of once a year while your bird is thawing. My aunt Francine passed this one along to me some years back. You can prep it the day before whatever meal you’re making, and keep it in the fridge overnight! Ingredients: 1 lb. of a dense white ... Read More »

From the Wine Cave


BY Kimberly Fisher “Come quickly, I think I am seeing stars.” This was a famous quote by a monk in Champagne who worked in the cellars making wine. What little did he know back then that this thing he called ‘stars,’ was actually bubbles in a glass that could change your world. Effervescent wines have been known since antiquity, when ... Read More »

Mudpuppy Porter


Central Waters Brewing Company, Amherst, Wisconsin BY Steve Lonsway As I passed through my favorite beer outlet in search of the next beer to write our article on, it was easy to get lost in the vast sea of labels.  Unique names, flashy colors, eye catching graphics, crazy bottles, it’s all there for the beer aficionado to enjoy.  But what ... Read More »

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