Category Archives: Green Bay – DePere

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 »

Prime Rib Roast and Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon

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By Davies Wakefield When my wife and I first got married, we spent the first two years of our married life eating spaghetti, chili and peanut butter sandwiches while we worked horrendous hours trying to save up enough money to buy a house. I worked as a welder at a truck trailer manufacturing company, working 12 hour days and 10 ... Read More »

Wisconsin Brewing Company

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By Jaclyn Brandt Craft beer is all the craze these days, and everyone seems to think they can make their own. Those that stand the test of time are the ones who have it in their blood. Carl Nolen, Mark Nolen and Kirby Nelson, the owners of Wisconsin Brewing Company, decided to start their own brewery after spending a combined ... Read More »

Pandora Jewelry presents – Martina McBride “The Joy of Christmas” Tour


Superstar singer/songwriter Martina McBride will share her favorite time of the year with music lovers in Northeastern Wisconsin and Upper Michigan. The 2013 Pandora Jewelry Presents Martina McBride: “The Joy of Christmas” Tour comes to the Time Warner Cable Theatre at the Resch Center on Thursday, December 19, 7:30 p.m. “This is such a fun and special tour to do,” said ... Read More »

NWTC now has a radio station!


by Lemmy Thru I repeat, NWTC now has a radio station! All right! TC Campus Connection is Northeast Wisconsin Technical College’s first foray on the airwaves. It’s been available online for a short while, but it officially launches this month, mainly due to the efforts of program director and digital media instructor Chris Kuborn. The project was his dream, and ... Read More »

Athens, the Greek Islands & Istanbul II


by Carol Doberstein Last month I came back from a 16-day trip to Greece and Turkey. I did give a little history of the area in the November edition of Scene. This month, I will give some highlights of this wonderful trip. Athens, the capital city of 4 million has great history. Our first day in Athens included a tour ... Read More »

Frank’s Top 10 Xmas TV/Movie moments


1. Rankin Bass Productions’ “Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer” character Yukon Cornelius licking his pick axe after throwing it in the air to find gold and stating … “Nothing”! 2. Rankin Bass Bass Productions’ “Year Without a Santa Claus.” The classic song with Heat Miser and Snow Miser called “Too Much!” In the song the duo rhyme, touch, clutch and ... Read More »

It’s only three days!


by Dr. Steve Hansen The holiday season really consists of three actual holidays. Yet we manage to turn our lives upside down in a physically and emotionally charged quarter year of stress that wreaks havoc on our health, and our finances. Here’s a few ideas to help you enjoy the season, and come out of it not needing a tropical ... Read More »

A musical spectacle to bring in the holidays


by Donna Fischer Exultant voices will blend with cellos, trumpets, and other instruments this December to create an invigorating experience for fans of holiday music. The Green Bay Symphony Orchestra’s Holiday Pops concert calls people of all ages together for a celebration of traditional, beloved holiday tunes at the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts in Green Bay. And this ... Read More »

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