Category Archives: Business

Timber Mill Theater


Timber Mill Theater will be a state-of-the-art, mid-sized live performance venue that, if fully funded, will be located in RiverHeath. This 16-acre downtown site was once a paper factory, and a prime riverfront neighborhood along the Fox River in Appleton, Wisconsin. This will be the first entertainment venue in Wisconsin to “crowdfund” its construction using a statute passed in 2014. ... Read More »

Education Opportunities at the Energy Fair


This is the 26th year that The Energy Fair is taking place in Custer, Wisconsin. Why come to Custer this June? One reason is the amazing amount of workshops that are free with admission; The Fair has plenty of opportunities for people of all backgrounds: Free, one hour workshops $30, three hour extended workshops Free continuing education for solar professionals ... Read More »

Pasquale’s International Cafe


BY Patrick K. Mares Pasquale’s International Cafe has been a fixture in downtown De Pere for almost a quarter of a century, long enough for an entire generation of food lovers to grow up with the restaurant.  Owner Dennis Bricco shared what it’s like to run an eating establishment older than some of our readers. I:So how long has Pasquale’s ... Read More »

Women in Management Plans Wit, Wisdom and Wine Event


Women in Management, Inc. with chapters throughout northeast Wisconsin, is planning a spring networking event for businesswomen from 3 to 8 p.m. Friday, May 8, at Blue Harbor Resort & Spa in Sheboygan. Wit, Wisdom and Wine, an event for Women, by Women will feature nationally-known keynote speaker Mary Faktor, who will present “Inner Voices - Smart Choices.” A remarkable ... Read More »

Grey Rock at Heidel House Resort Rolls Out Winter Menu


The new menu includes wild game, gluten-free items and seasonal salads to bring a variety of fresh winter comfort food to enjoy lakeside. Heidel House Resort’s award-winning restaurant, Grey Rock, has unveiled a new winter menu that includes full-size steaks, seasonal salads, fresh seafood and gluten-free options. The Heidel House Resort’s culinary team, which includes Executive Chef Craig Summers, Lead ... Read More »

10 Worst Words to Use in Your Resume, According to Linkedin


After a swirl of research, LinkedIn just released a list of the top 10 most overused “buzzwords” found across 332 million of its members’ profiles. The ballots are separated by range (national and global), and contain roughly the same words, just in different orders. And, to no surprise, the #buzzwords “Motivated,” “Passionate,” and “Creative” comprise the top 3 spots on ... Read More »

Thrasher Opera House Receives Grant


The Thrasher Opera House is pleased to announce that it has received a grant of $2,000 from the Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the State of Wisconsin and the National Endowment for the Arts. This grant was awarded through the Creation and Presentation Program and will support the variety of musical and theatrical programs in the Thrasher’s 2015 season. ... Read More »

Starting a New Adventure

Sam Caligone

BY Steve Lonsway As we start out on our newest adventure, beer writing that is, we try to imagine what will keep the reader’s attention through the end of what we have put forth. We found this to be a fantastic opportunity presented to us by The Scene. Taylor and I are part of the Brew team of Stone Arch ... Read More »

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