Category Archives: Entertainment

Take a Walk on the Creative Side


BY ERIN HEILING There is excitement in the air, people strolling the sidewalks, and merchants welcoming visitors to shop and view unique displays of artwork. After touring galleries, participants can enjoy dinner and live music at local eatery and nightspot Becket’s, or visit the Grand Opera House for more tunes and tasty beverages. This is not the bright lights and ... Read More »

Warmth of Community Art Project


BY KRIS LARSON Ahh, community. Ours is a great one to be sure. This Event City of ours plays host to many incredible events and supports many amazing causes over the course of every year. Every so often, however, something happens that merges a few things into one. In the business world people call this a win win scenario, but ... Read More »

Event City Getting Ready For A Busy Month


BY JEFF POTTS Event City is back! We’ve waited long enough and finally it’s time to get back to the business of fun as Oshkosh rolls out the red carpet this month for many of the top events that make us a great tourist destination. Let’s start with our museums. First, a giant Event City welcome to the Military Veterans ... Read More »

Waterfest 29


By Jane Spietz The 29th season of Waterfest is upon us at the beautiful Leach Amphitheater.  The Scene recently sat down with Waterfest President Mike Dempsey to talk about the bands, the venue, and all things Waterfest. Jane Spietz: Waterfest 29 will bring another summer packed with great music and we are ready to rock ‘n’ roll! Give us the ... Read More »

We Will Give This World Away


By Justin Mitchell We Will Give This World Away, the second album from Holly & Plastic, will be released on June 20, 2014  at the Oshkosh Masonic Lodge as part of a full line-up of music including Christopher Gold, Mark Steven Hillstrom, Holly&Plastic, Sunday Flood and Self-Evident. Holly & Plastic is the solo project of Oshkosh rock n roll staple ... Read More »

Have Fun and Be a Great Human Being on the Way to Gepstock


By George Halas Undeterred by recent developments, The Inquisition is still predicting several days of 70-plus temperatures between now and September…2016. Faithful Inquisitors know that one of the primary missions of this column is to provide decision-support information that will enable readers to avail themselves of the finest music available in the greater Fox Cities area and maximize the value ... Read More »

Nathan J. Reid


CURATED BY ERIN HEILING   Downpour Flash-frozen puddles ripple into existence like glass oracles floating above snow chance bends at their mercy weaving whirlwinds into wrinkles when streetlights illuminate they burn like pools of gold. The Way of Nature Remember the simple taste of fruit, apples rolling leisurely down Haystack Hill, the grass finely brushed by the wind, carrying the ... Read More »

What’s the Good Word? SERENDIPITY


By Scherryl Antoniadis It was New Year’s Eve, San Francisco, 1978.  My roommate, Lynne, and I were going to join a group of friends for a quick drink, followed by a late-night dinner to ring in the new year. We agreed to meet at a neighborhood hangout called the ‘Final, Final’ -- aptly named as it is the last bar ... Read More »

Alan Parsons Live Project

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By Jane Spietz WHAT: Alan Parsons Live Project WHERE: Pabst Theater, Milwaukee WHEN: Friday, May 9, 2014 8 p.m. COST: $45/ $65 INFO:   Alan Parsons has made significant contributions to the world of music as a highly respected sound engineer, producer and musician. His remarkable resume includes work as an assistant sound engineer with the Beatles ... Read More »

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