Category Archives: Green Bay – DePere

So, It’s Come to This: A Writer’s Self-Interview


BY NICK OLIG Short of roaming the streets, hollering through a megaphone—which is really more of a summer activity—there is little I won’t do to promote a book I wrote. When I relayed this sentiment to my editor at Scene, his response was unexpected. In essence, he said, “Go interview yourself.” I took that as a positive since there were ... Read More »

Game of the Month: Adventure Time: The Secret of the Nameless Kingdom


By James Page Developer: Little Orbit ESRB: Everyone 10+ Release Date: 11/18/2014 System: Nintendo 3DS/PC/PlayStation 3/PlayStation Vita/Xbox 360 Rating: Graphics: 3.0 out of 4.0 Game Play: 3.0 out of 4.0 Personal: 2.0 out of 2.0 Total Score: 8.0 out of 10. Player’s Page: “Adventure Time: The Secret of the Nameless Kingdom” It’s time for an adventure, so grab your ... Read More »

Merlot and Beef Tenderloin


By Davies Wakefield All wine lovers who have seen the movie “Sideways” remember the famous scene where Miles says, “If anyone orders Merlot, I’m leaving. I am NOT drinking any f***ing Merlot.” That line and Miles fascination with Pinot Noir caused sales of Merlot in the US to decline by two percent; while sales and the pricing power of Pinot ... Read More »

Walking Without ‘Treppa-dation’

The Locatelli family filled a picture as well as a room. Joan Locatelli, front and center, had a lot of trials and tribulations awaiting her, before she would come to the realization as an adult that ‘my mission in life must be to provide a voice of hope for those who are forgotten as well as a voice of inspiration for all others to remember.’ Photo courtesy of Joan Treppa.

BY Denis Gullickson What can one person accomplish? A whole lot, if you follow the story of Joan Treppa — a story of determined footsteps that have led to miles of success. Let’s start with the recent “Walk for Truth and Justice” at the Brown County Courthouse on Saturday, October 25. That walk — the fifth annual — was first ... Read More »

Give the Gift of Local Art


BY Merry Dudley Cooler weather and shorter days are upon us. And at Q Gallery, that means the staff is thinking about their annual holiday show, A Gift of Art. The holiday show is always an opportunity to create a sparkling and welcoming space where people can surround themselves with wonderful art. The artists bring in a lot of new ... Read More »

Joan North Designs Jewelry Show


Scarabocchio Art Museum will feature the award winning jewelry of Stevens Point metalsmith, Joan North December 5th & 6th 2014 from 10am–6pm at Scarabocchio Art Museum, 800 Main St, Stevens Point. The public is invited to meet the artist and enjoy viewing or purchasing fine art items that explore a variety of jewelry making processes. North is a local artist ... Read More »

Field Report returns to Green Bay stage

Field Report

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 »

Duck Legs, Sauerkraut and Alsatian Riesling


By Davies When I was a little boy of about 6, my dad took my brother Quentin and I to Jackson Park just south of the Museum of Science and Industry. We lived on the second floor of a three-flat walk- up on 63rd street near Halsted in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago. An Irishman, Tom Ryan, who played ... 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 »

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


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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