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Richie Ramone: The Entitlement Issue


Richie Ramone Entitled DC-Jam Records Timebomb Score: 11 of 13 by Tom Smith I was very excited when I heard Richie Ramone, former drummer of the Ramones was releasing his debut solo album. Richie has kept a low profile for a majority of the time since he quit the Ramones in August of 1987-at one time he was working as ... Read More »

Where have the reruns gone?


by Josh Hadley What happened to reruns on TV? When I was a kid if you missed a program you had better hope that it was rerun at some point, lest it be lost to the ether forever (remember people, this is in the days prior to VCRs, prior to DVR, prior to torrents, hulu, netflix or every single TV ... Read More »

Auditions Held This Month for Wisconsin Native Play


By Gwen Fabbiano “Getting the right script is 50%, and casting the right actors is 40%, which leaves about 10% for directors to screw up.” – Clint Eastwood Eric Finn of the Central Wisconsin Area Community Theatre is directing Psych; to be performed in Februray of this upcoming year. The auditions are being held this month, and Eric spoke about ... Read More »

Horseshoes and Hand Grenades


By Gwen Fabbiano The very beginnings of Horseshoes and Hand Grenades are rooted here at the college, and from the dorms and house parties of the past, the band emerged and evolved, yet still holding the importance of just having a good time and leaving your worries behind. Adam Gruel, lead guitarist and singer, took some time out to chat. ... Read More »

Wisconsinites May Find Familiar Territory with Michigan Author’s Book


Michigan author Pete Wurdock has released his fourth book, titled Bending Water and Stories Nearby. The book is a short story collection with a shared geographical backdrop, the scenic, pristine surroundings of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. “This book much more than just stories about hunting and fishing,” Wurdock says. “It is an anthology of stories that highlight the human condition.” “Peter ... Read More »

Movies in Minutes: Mike and Melody’s holiday movie preview


Melody: December is always an exciting month for moviegoers, because studios tend to hold a lot of their best for last, and release an abundance of films before the year’s end so they will be considered for honors during “award season.” Mike: And all genres are represented, save the odd slasher flick...and gratefully there are no maniacal machete wielding Santa ... Read More »

Game of the Month: Rune Factory 4

December Live From Japan 1

By James Page High up in the sky a lone figure races towards the far away land of Selphia. He accelerates his airship due to the urgency of the mission he has chosen to undertake. He must deliver a vital package to the divine protector of a peaceful land. However, danger lurks in the shadows as a couple of soldiers ... Read More »

Staying Warm Through the Winter


By Oshkosh Scene Staff Along with winter in Wisconsin comes a blanketing of white snow, frigid temperatures, and a quiet stillness in the evening air. For many, relaxing in front of a wood fireplace with family is the best part of the season. For others, the cold season is a time to hibernate into the home with a pile of ... Read More »

From the wine cave


By Kimberly Fisher As winter months arrive, and their chill fills the air, there is nothing better than a great bottle of wine. Showing gratitude for life’s little treasures and not worrying about the small stuff, like ‘what kind of wine I should have on hand for the Holidays?’ With so many wine choices today, it can be difficult to ... Read More »

Exploring Neenah’s Hidden Gem


By Sherry Misener Neatly tucked into the corner of Park and Wisconsin avenues across from Riverside Park stands Neenah’s hidden gem: the Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass. While the museum is located on city-owned property, the Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass is operated by a private foundation who cares for the glass collections, funds museum operations, and maintains the building. Thanks to ... Read More »

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