Issue #165 Nov. 18th, 2010
Issue #164 Nov. 4th, 2010

Dead Dogs

local quintet mixes blues and jazz (for starters)

World-Famous Trumpeter to Toot at Regis

The Chippewa Valley Jazz Orchestra is honored to welcome Wayne Bergeron to Regis High School for what’s shaping up to be a thrilling performance involving Memorial, Regis, and North’s big bands as well.

Elk Mound Author Releases Short Stories Collection

Elk Mound author G.R. Revelle has worked to embrace his mother’s Scandinavian and his father’s southern heritage equally, a struggle which formulated his newest book, When Catfish Swim With Lutefisk.

Abstract Art Fills the Library Gallery's Walls

I would bet most people, without knowing it, will gauge their interest/liking of an abstract piece of art based on the complexity and combination of shapes and the color combinations used therein.

Wisconsin Film Festival Wants Your Celluloid

Calling all filmmakers! The 13th Annual Wisconsin Film Festival (presented by UW-Madison Arts Institute) is now accepting narrative, documentary, experimental, or animated film submissions of any length.

Issue #163 Oct. 21st, 2010

Arlo Guthrie

State Theatre just can’t stop bringing you the mega-folk

The Deedles

Kansas band plays double shot of Halloween shows


things get hairy for the Eau Claire Children’s Theatre

Issue #162 2010-10-07

Wisconsin Book Fest Looks for the Good Words

Wisconsin People & Ideas routinely publish examples of the best prose and poetry writing from around the state, and their annual Wisconsin Book Festival Writing Contest is currently looking for just that.

In-Residence Artist Making Sculpture for UWEC

nternationally renowned environmental installation artist Roy Staab has come to Eau Claire. As an artist-in-residence at the university, Staab has chosen a project that will draw attention to the natural beauty of the Chippewa River as it runs through the

Milwaukee LGBT Festival Notches 23rd Year

The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is bringing its 23rd set of free-thinking LGBT films to the always-impressive Oriental Theatre and UWM’s Union Theatre Oct. 21-24.

Issue #161 2010-09-23
Issue #160 2010-09-09

New Savannah Smith Album

Savannah Smith is no ordinary recording artist. Her music started randomly with the purchase of a cheap ukulele ...

John Prine

State Theatre scores major show with folk superstar


Montreal metalheads on tap for big House of Rock show

Back to Mack

the crazy-voiced comic from northern Wisconsin returns

Issue #159 2010-08-26

An 'Inside' Look at Altoona

Herb Ruscin's new book, A Step Inside My Altoona, contains 78 separate memories that each span about two to three pages, and cover the essential chunk of childhood.

Issue #158 2010-08-12

Growing Solo

Bon Iver drummer Sean Carey releases solo album on Jagjaguwar

Issue #157 2010-07-29

Longtime Local Musicians Create Duo Project

The Morris Garage Band is an acoustic project that features cover tunes by the Moody Blues, Neil Young, Jethro Tull, Jim Croce, and James Taylor as well as various hits from the 80s and 90s.

The Barn

Clear Lake barn offers country retreat and recording studio in one


unfinished Dickens novel a choose-your-own stage adventure

Issue #156 2010-07-15

Icarus Himself

odd-sounding Madison trio with local ties to play (twice)

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