WHAT: Lewis Black WHERE: Pabst Theater, Milwaukee WHEN: 8 PM Fri., May 13 and Sat., May 14 COST: $55 INFO: www.lewisblack.com/www.pabsttheater.org By Jane Spietz Being funny is serious business for satirist/comedian/social critic/playwright/author/actor Lewis Black. He not only strives to make people laugh, but is also extremely passionate about expressing his opinions about subject matter that others might find too controversial. ... Read More »
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WHAT: Lewis Black WHERE: Pabst Theater, Milwaukee WHEN: 8 PM Fri., May 13 and Sat., May 14 COST: $55...
By George Halas WAMI NOMINEE RAMOS, MISS MOLLY TO RELEASE CD’S Adria Ramos, nominated for a WAMI as ...
The Fox Cities’ recently unveiled “creative vortex” known as The Draw has opened its doors to the ar...
By Michael Casper In college John Brandel majored in microbiology, so maybe that’s where his interes...
BY Steve Lonsway This months’ feature beer is a beer we recently started offering in the Stone Arch ...
By George Halas WAMI NOMINEE RAMOS, MISS MOLLY TO RELEASE CD’S Adria Ramos, nominated for a WAMI as Best Strings Player, and critically-acclaimed duo Miss Molly will both release new, all-original albums this month. The official CD Release Party for Ramos’ “Apollo,” is scheduled for The Source in Menasha on Friday, April 22nd. Pianist Molly Conrad and guitarist/multi-instrumentalist Michael Theroux ... Read More »
The Fox Cities’ recently unveiled “creative vortex” known as The Draw has opened its doors to the artwork of 88 year old French born artist Pierre H. Matisse, grandson of Modern Master Henri Matisse, one of the most iconic and influential artists of the 20th century. Matisse’s 2016 “Freedom & Love Tour” begins in Appleton, Wisconsin with its kick-off exhibit ... Read More »
By Michael Casper In college John Brandel majored in microbiology, so maybe that’s where his interest in all things fermented was borne. Maybe. More likely it began in the early 80’s when he and his four best buddies began visiting craft breweries which, at the time, were something very few even knew existed. He’s written and self-published a chronicle of ... Read More »
BY Steve Lonsway This months’ feature beer is a beer we recently started offering in the Stone Arch Tap Room. It is our first imported beer which is a bit outside our box. It’s called Rosetta, a fruit ale that was aged on cherries. By style definition it is a traditional Belgian Kriek beer. Brewed in Belgium by Liefman’s Brewery ... Read More »
By Blaine Schultz If Eric Ambel’s name does not ring a bell, consider that since 1981 he has toured and made records with the likes of Joan Jett and Steve Earle. Yes, Ambel has been a Blackheart and a Duke. He has been a member of the Del-Lords and the Yayhoos (with Georgia Satellite Dan Baird). His mentors as a ... Read More »
Ever wanted to take a sneak peak into some of the most unique homes in your neighborhood? The 2016 Neenah-Menasha Emergency Society Kitchen Tour, sponsored by FNB Fox Valley, gives you a chance to tour five amazing homes in the Neenah area, plus enjoy tastings, demonstrations, prizes and raffles. And it’s all for a good cause – helping those in ... Read More »
By Michael Casper Growing up in Plymouth, Wisconsin in 1951, there wasn’t a lot a 6 year old could do to occupy his time. When Dave Steffen and his family moved to the Crystal Lake area, he says he was a loner who liked to run away from school at recess. “I was pretty much out of the main stream,” ... Read More »
By Jean Detjen, Artful Living The perfect bracelet for renegades, romantics and visionaries! Crafted from custom and vintage guitar picks, gemstones and fine metals, Electric Picks modern jewelry is all about a rock n’ roll attitude. Each dream-inspired bracelet is intricately crafted to aspire to be as timeless as music - and you! Pick up your own at Azure in ... Read More »
By George Halas In addition to the latest and greatest on fabulous music, artists and venues, the myriad of beneficial services The Inquisition provides includes preparation for one-upmanship. Savvy Inquisitors know that one-upmanship is a vital skill for water coolers, break rooms, family gatherings and anywhere pitchers of beer are served. Historical examples of one-upmanship include phrases like “I saw ... Read More »