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By D. Bob Sauer Welcome to my column this time. I decided to make this one rhyme. If it does not appeal, Make you giggle or squeal, Tough beans––I don’t care, slap a mime.   The point of this schtick is not pities For those living in valley cities. You can’t help where you’re from Could be homeless for some. ... Read More »

American Authors Perform in Point


Alternative-rock group American Authors will perform a concert at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point in May. The concert will be held at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 10, in the Quandt Fieldhouse, 2050 Fourth Ave. The event is sponsored by Centertainment Productions, a student-run programming organization. Tickets are $5 in advance for UW-Stevens Point students, $20 for non-students and $25 day ... Read More »

Art In The Park


BY ERIN HEILING South Park in Oshkosh will once again be the beautiful setting for more than 100 artists to showcase their talents at the Winnebagoland Art Fair, which will be held on Sunday, June 8. Final preparations are under way, thanks to the members of the Oshkosh Fine Arts Association (OFAA), a group of volunteers which has hosted the ... Read More »

Happy Birthday Ford Mustang!


By Michael Casper It was Lee Iacocca who in the early 60’s pitched the idea to Ford board members that a sporty car, based on the Ford Falcon, would probably be of great fascination to a new generation of car buyers.  He and Donald Frey, Don Petersen and Hal Sperlich finally convinced Ford to launch what would become the Mustang, ... Read More »

The consequence issue


By Tom Smith I hope you all enjoyed my April Fools joke of a review of a make believe Leonard Nimoy album last month. This review, to say the least, has received the most feedback of anything I have ever written for the Scene. I most enjoyed talking to friends of mine who helped “record” this album. Dr. Frank of ... Read More »

Fond du Lac High School Choirs Honored in California


Fond du Lac High School had their choirs at a the Heritage National Music Festival in Anaheim, California on April 12.  This festival is one of the largest music festivals in the United States with over 2,000 performers from seven different states participating. There were 37 choirs from across the nation at the festival and four competition categories (Concert Choirs, ... Read More »

Shenanigans and Matchmaking


By Joseph Ferlo The spring theatre season is well under way and as we head towards the “end” of most theatre’s 2013-14 seasons, there are still some great opportunities out there in May. Our citizens-artists take the stage in the final production of the Oshkosh Community Players season at The Grand Opera House, with the Neil Simon favorite, BAREFOOT IN ... Read More »

Prevention Works. Let’s Invest in It.


BY EMILY DIERINGER We’re one month past the deadline for the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) health insurance marketplace sign up, and more than eight million people have access to affordable, quality health care. Its a step in the right direction, but just one small step. Ideally, those eight million people will go to their primary care provider for a preventative ... Read More »

An Interview with YMCA Tennis Director Rob Henshaw


By Justin Mitchell Spring is an exciting time for tennis, as along with the warmer weather comes the nets on the city’s tennis courts.  For Rob Henshaw, it is just one of many exciting tennis seasons that he is actively involved with. Henshaw is Program Director of the Oshkosh YMCA Tennis Center, a post he has held since August of ... Read More »

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