Monthly Archives: March 2016

Festival of the Arts, April 3rd at UWSP


BY Marianne Walker “We participate in the arts — whether as consumers or as practitioners ourselves because of a basic human need for inspiration, delight, joy,” writes Ben Cameron, formerly of the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and the Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust and current president of two arts foundations based in Minnesota. “The arts allow us to relax, to ... Read More »

Foxy Finds


By Jean Detjen, Artful Living Form and function come together with these “Kenya” wide headbands by Karma. Multiple stylish ways to wear, limited only by your imagination. 100% polyester microfiber, one size fits most. $10 each in a variety of fun patterns and colors. Find these at Items of Interest in downtown Appleton, “a very unusual gift store.” This utility ... Read More »

Samuel Adams Boston Lager


BY Steve Lonsway This month we will be focusing on the iconic flagship beer of Samuel Adams, their rich, balanced and complex Boston Lager. When determining what beer to write about, we take into account several criteria; A) we want to know its good before spending the money and time on it (plus it makes for more enjoyable reading when ... Read More »

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