Category Archives: Fond du Lac

The Way Walt Weiskopf Plays It


BY George Halas One of the musical highlights in a Wisconsin summer full of them is the scheduled appearance of Steely Dan and Steve Winwood at the BMO Harris Pavilion in Milwaukee on July 16th. The Inquisition suspects that there are many upsides to being Donald Fagen and Walter Becker; one is that after four decades of critical acclaim and ... Read More »

Postcard From Berwyn


BY Blaine Schultz What becomes a semi-legend almost? Eight albums, plus a handful of singles and compilation appearances in three decades, Chicago’s Green may be the best band you never heard of. Well you had your chance. You might even get another chance. On June 18th, Green performed at Wire in Berwyn, Illinois and aside from receding hairlines and greying ... Read More »

See the Midwest Mystic at the Time Theater July 13


The Root of Your Truth will be presented by Renee Beese on Wednesday, July 13 at 7 pm at the Time Community Theater 445 N. Main Street, downtown Oshkosh. The program is two hours of no BS life concepts disguised as entertainment and will include audience readings, questions and answers and a special “appearance,” with any long time spirits at ... Read More »

E.A.A 64 History and Innovation, Music and Fun


BY George Halas The E.A.A. Air Venture Oshkosh 2016 July 25th through the 31st, “brings airplanes and people together like no other place in the world.” The 64th annual Experimental Aircraft Association fly-in convention, the “World’s Greatest Aviation Celebration,” will take place at Wittman Regional Airport in Oshkosh. “This is a mix of history and innovation,” said E.A.A. Communications Director ... Read More »

Third Eye Blind to land at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2016


BY Jane Spietz WHAT: Third Eye Blind WHERE: EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2016 WHEN: 6 PM Monday, July 25, 2016 after the Air Show COST: EAA members $28, non-members $43 INFO: Presented by the Ford Motor Company San Francisco’s Third Eye Blind is an alternative rock band that rose to fame in the ‘90s. They continue to tour widely and ... Read More »

There’s Something in the Attic


BY Michael Casper Back in 1950, aspiring actors would come to the actual attic in the Cloak Family home on North Union Street in Appleton, Wisconsin to take acting lessons from Zoe Cloak. Since then the Attic Theater has presented hundreds of performances in venues from church basements to Lawrence University, and UW Fox Valley Communication Arts Center. Stacy Parish ... Read More »

Burning Cow Music Festival


BY Taylor Hale Wisconsinites looking for summer fun won’t have to drive all the way to Burning Man in Nevada to see a gigantic, wooden effigy burned to ashes. Burning Cow Music Festival, held in Door County, is Wisconsin’s very own rendition of the sculpture torching night of music and art. The three-day camping and music festival, which starts July ... Read More »

Streetball Celebrates 25 Years, Neenah Music and…


BY George Halas Inquisitors want to know…and need to know….summer is happening in Neenah. Neenah StreetBall 3 on 3 turns 25 this year and Future Neenah, the non-profit that organizes the annual event, has planned some special activities to celebrate the occasion. The 25th Annual StreetBall 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament will be held on June 11th in the streets ... Read More »

Waterfest 31 in Oshkosh!


BY Jane Spietz WHAT: Waterfest WHERE: Leach Amphitheater, Oshkosh WI WHEN: Thursday nights 6/16/16 – 9/1/16 INFO, SCHEDULE, & COST: Email: Phone: 920-303-2265, x22 Follow Waterfest on Facebook & Twitter Summer is almost here and so is Waterfest! Recently I connected with Waterfest president Mike Dempsey to get the scoop on the 31st season of the popular Oshkosh ... Read More »

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