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Dear Liv, I need to know if I’m overreacting or if this happens to other people as well. I have a friend, who I consider a best friend, who seems to be too busy to talk to me, except for when SHE has the time to talk or has something she wants to talk to me about. I call her ... Read More »

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BY SCHERRYL ANTONIADIS I come from a large family... a very large family. My maternal grandparents had 13 children; who, in turn, married and gave them 44 grandchildren. Although my paternal grandparents couldn’t compete with that, they did produce four children and 12 grandchildren of their own. In addition to myriad aunts, uncles and cousins, I also have two brothers ... Read More »

Weyauwega Hosts 4th Annual International Film Festival

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BY Merry Dudley Featuring 42 films from 14 countries, the 4th annual Weyauwega Film Festival will kick off on Wednesday, November 12, and run through Saturday, November 15. All screenings take place at the Gerold Opera House, located at 136 East Main Street in Weyauwega. 7 mins.; directed by Alex J. Mann Alex finds a gun behind a trash can ... Read More »

Palace Theater Reopens in Wisconsin Dells

The 800-seat Palace Theater in Wisconsin Dells has been purchased by Anthony and Joseph Tomaska, who remember visiting the Wisconsin Dells area as children.

The city of Wisconsin Dells just got even better thanks to the efforts of Anthony and Joseph Tomaska. The Palace Theater, and 800-seat theater located in the Dells, has been acquired by the Tomaskas, producers of one of Chicago’s most successful productions, Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding, and proprietors of the former Chicago Center for the Performing Arts. The Palace Theater, ... Read More »

Field Report returns to Green Bay stage

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By Kat Kuehl When I asked Chris Porterfield to describe his band, Field Report’s, newest album using just three words, he did me one better by saying that he could describe it in just one. “Marigolden,” which is the name of the group’s sophomore album, is a made up word that Porterfield thinks says everything that needs to be said ... Read More »

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Currated By Erin Heling What to Give Her No makeup or mirrors, nothing that reflects, no TV screens, no tinted glass, no tin. No clinging clothes or cameras, no photos or frames, no possibility of any shape, trapped. No trappings of any kind, no pedicure, no perfect pearl, no clutch of orchids. Not one thing for a kitchen—paring knives, Pyrex ... Read More »

‘Will the Circle Be Unbroken’ A Legacy

John McEuen & John Carter Cash | Thrasher Opera House | Nov. 15 — 7:30 p.m.

By Liz Van Pay Many things happened in the music world in 2012, one of those being the 40th anniversary of “Will the Circle Be Unbroken,” the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band’s 1972 album, which was called the most important record in country music by ZAGAT in 2004. The album’s title was taken from an old hymn by Ada B. Habershon, ... Read More »

Onward To Weyauwega (2014 Edition)

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BY RICHARD OSTROM The year has come ‘round again to the cool and collected days of November, time of initial holiday gluttony and, as always, a truly fitting time for a little local film festival madness. Movie geeks take note, just about 30 minutes northwest of this Fox Valley thing, (most of) you readers call home, lies the quiet, unassuming ... Read More »

November Events at Lawrence University

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Nov 1 - Musical: “GODSPELL”; Lawrence University Stansbury Theatre, 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. Tickets 920-832-6749. Nov 3 - Speaker: “My Transgendered Faith,” Rev. Lawrence Tanner. Richardson speaks on the experience of being queer in a community of faith. Lawrence University Warch Campus Center cinema, 6 p.m. Nov 4 - University Convocation: “Leveraging Mind and Body to Perform Your Best ... Read More »

CHER’S ‘DRESSED TO KILL’ concert rescheduled for Saturday, January 17 at the Resch Center

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Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo added as special guests The one and only Cher, whose phenomenally successful ‘Dressed to Kill’ Tour was postponed for several weeks due to the star’s recent illness, has now confirmed her Resch Center concert will be rescheduled to Saturday, January 17, 8 p.m. As an added bonus, Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo will be special ... Read More »

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