By Jean Detjen, Artful Living Bring in Autumn in style with this mock neck brushed cotton pullover by Jeremiah. Rugged looking yet supersoft to the touch. Details include contrast stitching, three-button placket, and ribbed collar and cuffs. Shown here in Burgundy. $118. Choose from a range of Men’s sizes and seasonal colors. Available at Bill Paul Ltd., a Men’s & ... Read More »
Category Archives: Oshkosh
By Jean Detjen, Artful Living Bring in Autumn in style with this mock neck brushed cotton pullover b...
“Run, Susan, Run, can’t you feel it, the evening makes angry demands, take back the night, to walk t...
BY George Halas The seven-state KOZM Tour makes a stop at The Grand Opera House in Oshkosh on Saturd...
BY George Halas One of the most interesting recent developments in the music scene in Oshkosh has be...
BY Dobie Maxwell If March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb, October is the opposite. Fo...
“Run, Susan, Run, can’t you feel it, the evening makes angry demands, take back the night, to walk the streets when we choose, take back the night, and make it safe for everyone to use… ….now out on the street there’s a service, with thousands of candles for light, arm in arm, women are marching, with men, they sing take ... Read More »
BY George Halas The seven-state KOZM Tour makes a stop at The Grand Opera House in Oshkosh on Saturday, October 17th. Tom Farrell (guitar) and Javier Orman (violin) of KOZM – the name is drawn from the word “macrocosm” and means “infinite possibilities” - have been called “avant-sonic acrobats” by LA Weekly and “exceptional genius” by I Am Entertainment Magazine. ... Read More »
BY George Halas One of the most interesting recent developments in the music scene in Oshkosh has been the formation and rapidly growing success of The Water City Jazz Orchestra. The group was formed earlier this year by trumpeter Kurt Shipe and drummer Mike Malone. In addition to playing together in high school, Shipe and Malone attended the University of ... Read More »
BY Dobie Maxwell If March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb, October is the opposite. For those of us living anywhere north of the Mason-Dixon line this is the month when the first tangible evidence appears that Old Man Winter is indeed on the way back to extinguish our summer fun yet again. Daylight shrinks ... Read More »
BY Jane Spietz Grammy winning singer-songwriter-activist Melissa Etheridge is a multifaceted artist who is as passionate about the causes she believes in as she is about her music. She has been a champion for social justice, gay rights, medical marijuana and the fight against cancer. Etheridge’s music is powerful, engaging rock ‘n’roll with captivating lyrics that cover the raw emotions ... Read More »
BY Tony Palmeri For October let’s have a few short takes on a bunch of important media action that didn’t seem to get much play in the northeast Wisconsin press. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Editorial Board Comes to Life: If you read the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, you know that their editorials can usually be placed somewhere between hollow and horrific on ... Read More »
BY Robert Meyer Judicial activism is the outgrowth of a theory of law known as Legal Positivism. It began to take hold after the Civil War when the president of Harvard University, Charles William Eliot, who was an ardent Darwinist, appointed Christopher Columbus Langdell as the first dean of Harvard Law School. Under Langdell’s auspices the theory of evolving rather ... Read More »
BY Rick Berg They don’t call it Dream Drive for nothing – that block-long corridor across the Lambeau Field parking lot from the Packers locker room to Oneida Street, where the players ride kids’ bikes on their way to and from practice during training camp each summer. It is the stuff of dreams, especially for undrafted players like Don Barclay. ... Read More »
Before Grow Local farmed, it was merely an idea, a response to the predominant, yet ailing food system. Food touches nearly every aspect of human life, and so the owners Steve Catlin, Calvin Andersen and Alex Fehrenbach set out to bring the freshest, most nutritious food possible to their local community, Neenah, Wisconsin. In 2011, their philosophy became reality in ... Read More »