By Jamie Lee Rake How does one review dishes from a cuisine from which there’s no easy point of comparison? Just say how delicious it is...and the strangely candid service by which it was presented, I suppose. Such is the case with a longtime favorite restaurant of mine and the only one of its kind in Wisconsin (to my knowledge, ... Read More »
Category Archives: Entertainment
April 19 – Resch Center “Animal” live video from new concert DVD and There Will Be A ...
By George Halas Vic Ferrari Symphony on The Rocks is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a new CD,...
By Michael Casper Jim Liban has had the blues for a very long time. Raised in Milwaukee, he first t...
By Mary Schmidt Just about the time down-staters are thumbing through garden magazines, spring means...
State Finals to be conducted at Summerfest Dennis Graham Associates, in association with the not for...
By Merry Dudley The newly renovated South Park in Waupaca will host the 2014 Fall-O-Rama and Walk for Wellness on Saturday, September 20. Fall-O-Rama offers family friendly activities for all ages. The event, which runs from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm, will feature craft vendors, pumpkin carving, fitness demonstrations, live music, food and more. There will also be a petting ... Read More »
By Merry Dudley The Tomorrow River community of Amherst invites you to bring the family to its 5th annual Celebrate Amherst River Fest on Saturday, September 13. In honor of this event, Main Street will be shut down to traffic so vendors can set up their booths on the street. A sampling of the items offered at these booths include ... Read More »
SHARDS inc. invites you to join us for a day of music and food at Back Stage Bar & Grill. Tickets cost $15 and include a meal (choice of three entrees, turkey plate, bowl of chili, or pulled pork sandwich) and a beverage from the bar. The festival will feature four artists, beginning at noon with Jess Ellison’s Fabulous Piano. ... Read More »
By Rohn W. Bishop On a Friday in late July, I knew I’d be heading to Sheboygan to help a friend and since I was due to renew my drivers license, and the Department of Motor Vehicles was on the way, I figured I’d stop in. New Wisconsin drivers license are also Real ID, a federally mandated identification card to ... Read More »
The Guernsey Boys are back, and this time you get a glimpse behind the scenes of the infamous Coleman group. This is Let Me Be Franks second time bringing you a story about the Guernsey Boys. Three years ago it was such a big hit Frank and Pat had to write a sequel. After the success of the “Jersey Boys” ... Read More »
by Josh Hadley Do movies matter anymore? When I was growing up, movies mattered not just to me, but to culture as well. Movies had a significant impact on that very same culture ... now it seems that movies are simply there and have no real impact. Mainstream or underground, low budget to mega budget, realistic to insane ... I ... Read More »
By Scherryl Antoniadis IMPROVISE: verb, to make or create something by using whatever is available; to figure out something as you go; brainstorm; invent, contrive or dream up. Have you ever thought about how we humans naturally improvise from the day we are born? For example . . . if Mom or Dad are not quick enough with a bottle, ... Read More »
By Bridgette Weber Imagine a bird that was once so abundant it blacked out the sky for weeks; the flock of billions migrated to the Northwest band to nest. Imagine a bird that never went unnoticed, and a bird that will never be seen again. The passenger pigeon was once one of the most abundant birds in the world; 2014 ... Read More »
By Kat Kuehl If you’re in the mood for some laughs, Green Bay Community Theater’s September show, ‘The Game’s Afoot,’ is sure to please. The plot tells the story of real-life actor William Gillette (Lyle Becker), who rose to fame playing Sherlock Holmes on stage in the 1930s. Gillette invites his fellow cast mates, as well as a condemning play ... Read More »