Category Archives: Green Bay – DePere

Guitar for hire: The return of Scott Dercks


By George Halas One of the recurring themes of The Inquisition is that Fox Cities Inquisitors (FCI) have a myriad of entertainment choices in a rich and varied musical environment, particularly when it comes to jazz. The rich environment got a little richer recently when guitarist and Appleton native Scott Dercks returned home after a successful and productive 20-year stint ... Read More »

Disney Live! Mickey’s Music Festival coming to Green Bay


Mickey Mouse and his band of friends, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck and Goofy will be performing in a music mash-up of mega proportions when Disney Live! Mickey’s Music Festival debuts at the Time Warner Cable Theatre at the Resch Center Friday, January 17 with shows at 3:30pm and 6:30pm. Concert goers will hear greatest hits from the blockbuster movies, Aladdin, ... Read More »

The Wedding Show: Winter Edition returns to Shopko Hall


By Morgan Bongard If you imagine the most beautiful offerings in the way of fresh flowers, dining settings welcome with ambient lighting, multi-tiered cakes that rival elegance herself and beautiful, distinctive themes for your special event, then you will want to make The Wedding Show, Winter Edition, presented by Bay Area Diamond Company at Shopko Hall, Green Bay, a priority ... Read More »

A party in the snow


By Donna Fischer Let’s face it; winter is a major character in the story of Wisconsin life. Some view it as the high price one pays for the glorious summers. Others embrace the intensity of snow and cold with a sense of adventure. Dealing with four to five months of winter weather challenges all of us to either make the ... Read More »

Steampunk Extravaganza Jan. 7 to Jan. 30


Join us for an exhibit of science fiction and fantasy.  Steampunk is concerned with Victorian history when steampower and mechanical clockwork dominated technology.  Featured artists for this exhibit are Steve Bowles, Larry LaMalfa, Shannon Hoffman, Katrina Blasingame, Elaine Klopke and Twig Noir. Please join us for an artist’s reception Thurs Jan 9th 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. The public is ... Read More »

Syndication from the darkside


By Josh Hadley Last month I spoke of syndication, as in when old TV shows are sold to local TV stations (nowadays cable stations) so they can be ‘stripped’ five days a week, Monday through Friday. This is actually called Second Run Syndication since these shows presumably had already been shown on their networks of origin, but there was another ... Read More »

Christmas with the Oaks


By A.C. Kruse-Ross The Oak Ridge Boys pull their sleigh into Green Bay for two festive shows at the Weidner Center on December 22. An “Oak Ridge Boys Christmas” promises to be the areas premier event to ring in the holidays. Speaking with us in support of the Christmas show is none other than Oak Ridge Boy bass Richard Sterban. ... Read More »

The founders and custodians of Green Bay baseball


By Paul Frazer Baseball is not a religion, nor is it a game played on hallowed ground, today in its simplest depiction, it’s a kids game played by adults in pajamas. Surprisingly, except for the size of the consistence, it’s hard to tell the difference, both seem to whine to the men in blue, although the bigger players seem to ... Read More »

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 »

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