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Wifee & The HuzzBand Lotta Fun and Great Music


BY George Halas The Inquisition is constantly mesmerized by the fact that The Universe will go to the ends of the earth to create great music. Halfway across the country anyway…. Our story starts in sunny southern California, the birthplace of Ruby James. No one knew back then she would one day be Kitty CoopDeVille. Meanwhile, back in the Fox ... Read More »



BY Jean Detjen Fox Cities singer-songwriter Michael Grabner hasn’t been at his craft very long, but this young, natural talent with an old soul is brimming with promise. Since picking up his first guitar less than five years ago, Grabner is making waves in surprising ways. Though fairly new to the music scene, he’s already caught the attention of Pat ... Read More »

Greg Bracken


BY Sherri Thomas I own several of Greg Bracken’s paintings which include landscapes, dogs and cats. There’s a personality to each piece that I simply can’t resist wanting to display them in my house. I know several other collectors who feel the same way. Greg Bracken grew up in Walworth which is near Lake Geneva, WI. He then lived in ... Read More »

Feingold’s race to lose


BY ROHN W. BISHOP When I was a kid “Back to the Future” came out, and was an instant 80’s classic. American’s enjoyed the adventures of Marty McFly traveling back in time to 1955, then to 2015-when the Cubs win the World Series- before heading back to 1855, and finally the movie’s end when Marty returns to 1985. What a ... Read More »

Fall 2015 Lineup


BY Patrick Mares Comedy WHOSE LIVE ANYWAY? Friday, October 9, 2015, 7:30 They’re back with a brand new show! Join “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” stars Ryan Stiles, Greg Proops, Jeff B. Davis and special guest Joel Murray from the TV show “Mad Men” for Whose Live Anyway?. It’s 90 minutes of hilarious improv comedy and song made up before ... Read More »

GOING BIG IN THE BAY: Thrashing at Joannes Skate Park


BY Patrick Mares This year’s sixth annual Going Big in the Bay promises to be bigger than ever. How big you ask? Jeremy Crees, Recreation Supervisor at Joannes Park can tell you what’s up. “Over the last five years Going Big in the Bay has become more than a skateboard competition,” Crees said. “The daylong event is now a platform ... Read More »

Appleton Dad Rewriting the “Mr. Mom” Playbook


BY Tyler Sjostrom Before he was Batman, before he was Birdman or Beetlejuice, Michael Keaton was “Mr. Mom.” In a barely-remembered 1983 hit film, Keaton played the part of a laid off and laid-low husband who uses his professional failure as an opportunity to play domestic doormat, and the ensuing comedy of errors checks each rote box in its mission ... Read More »

Songs of Eternal Love & Immediate Satisfaction


BY George Halas The great multi-instrumentalist and thought leader Dennis Jones once opined that Wham’s Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go would have been a hit in any decade of the Twentieth Century. Likewise, Songs of Eternal Love and Immediate Satisfaction is a record that combines and ultimately transcends genres; one can’t help liking it for a bunch of reasons. ... Read More »

I Am Happy Even When Hiding from Myself


BY John Price - Kabhir, the Buddhist Adviser Readers of this column might perceive me as dark and negative. If you feel that way, it’s because my deepest soul-baring thoughts juxtapose the pain of coming to grips with truth while inhabiting this human being. But truly, although deepest truths are elusive and painful to confront, doing so is a courageous ... Read More »

THE BELLE WEATHER: An Interview with a Hurricane


BY Jean Detjen Hurricanes are unpredictable. The sensory experience unleashed is full and complete when in the presence of such a magnificent force of nature. Such is the case when in the midst of a performance from original indie rock band The Belle Weather from Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Band members Eric Cox (vocals, guitars, ukulele) and Tom Abromaitis (upright bass) exude ... Read More »

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