Luong Huynh

photographer - from: Eau Claire

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Wed. Nov. 27th, 2019

A Voice in Music

Maddy Mortimer, photos by Andrea Paulseth, Luong Huynh

seeing the Eau Claire music scene through Jerrika Mighelle's eyes

Wed. Oct. 30th, 2019

Keep Calm and Listen

Maddy Mortimer, photos by Luong Huynh

concert series puts the emphasis on really listening

Kardemimmit at SHIFT

Wed. Sep. 18th, 2019

On Tuesday, Sept 17 Kardemimmit performed at SHIFT. Kardemimmit (Maija Pokela, Jutta Rahmel, Leeni Wegelius and Anna Wegelius) come from Finland, and play the national instrument of Finland, kantele (quite close to zither).

Converge Radio Presents: Elizabeth Moen

Wed. Sep. 18th, 2019

With a sultry and intoxicating voice, Elizabeth Moen lures you in. Paired with introspective lyrics that echo both bitter and sweet, her music will captivate you then stay with you. Photos are from her show at The Plus in downtown Eau Claire on Tuesday, September 17.

Dessa Live @The Metro

Fri. Sep. 6th, 2019

Minneapolis singer/rapper/writer Dessa took over the stage at The Metro in downtown Eau Claire on Thursday night, Sept. 5 with special guest MONAKR.

Them Coulee Boys at The Pablo

Tue. Aug. 27th, 2019

On Friday, August 23, local favorites Them Coulee Boys took to the Jamf Theatre in The Pablo Center to release their new album, Die Happy. The Driftless Sisters opened the show.

Emily Blue @The Plus w/ Two Castles

Mon. Jun. 24th, 2019

Chicago "glitch pop" artist Emily Blue stopped into The Plus on Friday, June 21. Her musical catalog's been compared to "a phone call to another universe." Local favorite Two Castles opened the show ...

Wed. Jun. 12th, 2019

4 Health Tips for Music Fest Season

photos by Luong Huynh

Attending local or regional music festivals is an annual tradition for many people and can be a fun time to reconnect with friends while enjoying great music. I have staffed many first aid tents at music festivals ...

Wed. Jun. 12th, 2019

PHOTO FEATURE: 24 hours. Six photographers. One day of life in the Chippewa Valley.

photos by Andrea Paulseth, Branden Nall, Luong Huynh, Taylor Smith, Timothy Mather, Lee Butterworth

On Friday, May 31, we sent a team of photographers out into the many nooks and crannies of the Chippewa Valley to document one full day – from midnight to midnight – with help from our friends at CoLab. Through snapshots of local life, we hope this feature communicates the people and places of this area ...

Fri. May. 17th, 2019

Opening Shot | May 15, 2019

photos by Luong Huynh

ONE OF THE EDGIEST PHOTOS VOLUME ONE HAS EVER PUBLISHED. On Saturday, May 11, locals rappelled down the side of Banbury Place on Galloway Street near downtown Eau Claire to help raise money for the Children’s Dyslexia Center ...

Over The Edge

Mon. May. 13th, 2019

On Saturday, May 11, locals rappelled down the side of Banbury Place on Galloway Street near downtown Eau Claire to help raise money for the Children's Dyslexia Center ...

Chastity Brown @The Pablo

Fri. May. 3rd, 2019

On Thursday, May 2, Minneapolis singer-songwriter Chastity Brown played in the Jamf Theatre in the Pablo Center at the Confluence. An artist who can plumb the depths of sadness in a single note, then release it in the very next breath, Brown melds folk, pop, and soul.

Anna Wang @The Cabin

Wed. Apr. 10th, 2019

On Friday night, April 5, Madison-based singer/songwriter/electronic musician Anna Wang performed in The Cabin, inside the Davies Center at UW-Eau Claire.

Rachel Hanson and Greg Gilbertson @Forage

Fri. Mar. 22nd, 2019

The Listen series invites attendees to eat, drink and socialize at Forage in Eau Claire's Banbury Place and then adjourn to a cozy listening area for live music. March 21's installment featured Rachel Hanson (of The Last Revel) and Chippewa Falls singer-songwriter Greg Gilbertson.

The 3rd Annual Midwest Weirdfest

Mon. Mar. 11th, 2019

Midwest Weirdfest returned to downtown Eau Claire March 8–10 for its annual celebration of the fantastic, frightening, offbeat, and just plain weird, exploring this season's original horror, sci-fi, underground, and documentary films ...

Odd x Odd Humyns Grand Opening Weekend Bash

Mon. Feb. 4th, 2019

On Friday and Saturday, February 1 and 2, downtown Eau Claire's Odd Humyns and Odd Brand Strategy held a grand opening for their new shop/space, complete with coffee and waffles from SHIFT Cyclery & Coffee Bar, prizes, and live music.

Fri. Dec. 28th, 2018

Opening Shot | Dec. 26, 2018

photos by Luong Huynh

HAVING A SLAY OL’ TIME. UW-Eau Claire’s production of She Kills Monsters ran in the Jamf Theatre at the Pablo Center at the Confluence Dec. 11-16. The dramatic/comedy relied on homicidal fairies, nasty ogres, and plenty of ’90s pop culture to tell a tale of grief and Dungeons & Dragons.

Clear Water Comedy Presents: The Roast of 2018

Thu. Dec. 27th, 2018

Staged on Thursday, Dec. 20 at The Plus in downtown Eau Claire, Clear Water Comedy's "Roast of 2018" said goodbye to the previous year as local comedians poked fun at the stuff that happened and people who did it.

Fri. Nov. 2nd, 2018

Opening Shot | Oct. 31, 2018

photos by Luong Huynh

REALLY NEW ON THE SCENE. After forming to learn songs over two days of workshops at the Girls Rock Band Experience, two bands took to the stage at The Metro to perform at Sawdust City Limits No. 5. The high school rock band above – Histrionic Creature – plans to make more songs, and they’ve already got a Facebook page ...

Girls Rock (Sawdust City Limits No. 5)

Mon. Oct. 29th, 2018

After forming to learn songs over two days of workshops at the Girls Rock Band Experience, two bands took to the stage at The Metro to perform at Sawdust City Limits No. 5 on Saturday, October 27.

Wed. Oct. 17th, 2018

Opening Shot | Oct.17, 2018

photos by Luong Huynh

HOO THINKS WE SHOULD JUST WING IT? Northern Saw-whet Owl migration is underway and the Beaver Creek Bird Banders are once again opening the banding station at Beaver Creek Reserve, allowing you to see the charismatic night flyers ...

Owl Banding @Beaver Creek Reserve

Mon. Oct. 15th, 2018

Northern Saw-whet Owl migration is underway and the Beaver Creek Bird Banders are once again opening the banding station at Beaver Creek Reserve, allowing anyone to see ...

Wed. Sep. 5th, 2018

Three Cheers for 30 Years

Lauren Fisher, photos by Luong Huynh

Eau Claire Children’s Theatre hosts anniversary open house

Thu. Aug. 9th, 2018

FEATURE: The Life and Death and Life of the State Theatre

Tom Giffey, graphic designer by Eric Christenson, photos by Andrea Paulseth, Luong Huynh, Lee Butterworth, Timothy Mather, Caitlyn Berlin, Brandon Jenness, Frank H. Robinson, Kelsey Smith

Once a shuttered movie palace, the State Theatre became a beloved arts center and a key element of Eau Claire's artistic renaissance.

Thu. Aug. 9th, 2018

Grand Avenue Bridge Refab Echoes Downtown Style

Lauren Fisher, photos by Luong Huynh

City Engineer Dave Solberg rapped on his desk – knocking on wood – as he said that construction on the Grand Avenue pedestrian bridge is moving right on schedule for its Aug. 21 completion date ...

Mon. Aug. 6th, 2018

Celebrating Rad Women: Writer Jodie Arnold launches WisWomen TV series

Taylor Reisdorf, photos by Luong Huynh

Local writer Jodie Arnold has funneled her desire to promote driven and successful women into a structured television series called WisWomen, which will air on Valley Media Works (Spectrum cable channel 993) in early September ...

Tue. Jul. 24th, 2018

The Final Frontier

Emilee Wentland, photos by Luong Huynh

space and rocks collide in new Water Street gallery

Thu. Jul. 12th, 2018

Opening Shot | June 11, 2018

photos by Luong Huynh

USING THE STAGE TO ITS FULL CAPACITY. Francis Starlite is known for his energetic, sometimes dangerous stage antics. He held a dance class for Eaux Claires IV attendees to learn sweet moves for the show, but something tells us he didn’t prepare concert-goers for this one.

Eaux Claires 2018: The Grounds

Tue. Jul. 10th, 2018

Crafted by creative director Michael Brown, the 2018 Eaux Claires Music & Arts Festival (July 6 & 7) set out to be a unique experience for fest goers. It mixed a diverse lineup of music with ambitious art installations, striking stages, and a beautiful natural setting next to the Chippewa River ...

Eaux Claires 2018: The People

Tue. Jul. 10th, 2018

Thousands of people showed up for the 2018 Eaux Claires Music & Arts Festival (July 6 & 7). They came from across the country and around the world to the festival grounds just outside of Eau Claire.

Eaux Claires 2018: The Music

Mon. Jul. 9th, 2018

With multiple stages and a diverse lineup of performers hand-picked by festival curators Justin Vernon (Bon Iver) and Aaron Dessner (The National), the 2018 Eaux Claires Music & Arts Festival (July 6 & 7) provided two days of live music ...

The Daily Shakedown

Mon. Jul. 9th, 2018

Eaux Claires IV: Recapped

Eric Christenson, photos by Branden Nall, Luong Huynh

“Fly or fall on feeling.” That was at the core of Eaux Claires’ no-lineup philosophy for 2018. Feeling. And there’s a lot of feelings out there ...

OXBEAUX II

Fri. Jul. 6th, 2018

On the eve of the 2018 Eaux Claires Music & Arts Festival, The Oxbow Hotel once again hosted their OXBEAUX street concert right in front of the hotel ...

The Daily Shakedown

Thu. Jul. 5th, 2018

PHOTOS: Eaux Claires Fans at Peak Eaux Claires

Mike Paulus, photos by Luong Huynh, Lee Butterworth

We've taken many a photograph at past Eaux Claires Music & Arts Festivals, as all kinds of fantastic people converge upon the Chippewa Valley from around the world. Enjoy a handful of music fans who seem extra-at-home at Eaux Claires ...

Stone Space Gallery Opening

Thu. Jul. 5th, 2018

Stone Space Gallery is a new art space from Matt Oliverson and Steve Bateman, located at 431 Water Street. The gallery, which offers unique stones and paintings, had a soft opening on Tuesday, July 3.