Andrea Paulseth

Editorial - Staff Photographer

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Wed. Jun. 29th, 2016

Dairy Diary

by Katie Vagnino, photos by Andrea Paulseth, Dunn County Extension

one woman's self-guided tour through some of the region's best dairy breakfasts in all their cheesy glory

Wed. Jun. 29th, 2016

Vow of Tastiness

by Anne Sandell, photos by Andrea Paulseth

newly opened Monk's Bar & Grill offers meaty menu, sporty fun

Wed. Jun. 29th, 2016

Late Night Cheese Fix

by Sammy Gibbons, photos by Andrea Paulseth

Water St. shop whipping up cheesy, greasy delicacies

Wed. Jun. 29th, 2016

Big Dreams for Tiny Houses

by Barbara Arnold, photos by Andrea Paulseth

new nonprofit builds little homes for the homeless

Wed. Jun. 15th, 2016

Udderly Fantastic

by Tom Giffey, photos by Andrea Paulseth

Children's Museum marks Dairy Month with new calf

Wed. Jun. 15th, 2016

The Rest Is History

by Barbara Arnold, photos by Andrea Paulseth

flip through Eau Claire's historic structures in new book

Wed. Jun. 15th, 2016

High Fives All Around

by Pan Thao, photos by Andrea Paulseth

phoenix park yoga gathering is accessible, warm, and peaceful

Tue. Jun. 14th, 2016

Starlight VS. Streetlight

by Tom Giffey, photos by Andrea Paulseth

ensuring the LED revolution doesn’t worsen light pollution in the Valley

Thu. Jun. 2nd, 2016

Gem of a Story

by Gigi Roelant, photos by Andrea Paulseth

fantasy princess tale tackles issue of anger

Thu. Jun. 2nd, 2016

Lucid Dreams

by Justine Childs, photos by Andrea Paulseth

despite setbacks, young apparel designer sets his sights on the future

Wed. Jun. 1st, 2016

One Woman, Many Voices

by Zack Katz, photos by Andrea Paulseth

one-woman show examines shooting at Amish school

Wed. Jun. 1st, 2016

2016 Concert Series

by Lindsey Quinnies, photos by Andrea Paulseth

here in the Valley, we like our tunes outside

The Daily Shakedown

Wed. Jun. 1st, 2016

New Airport Eatery Hangar 54 Offers Meaty Specialties

by Haley Wright, photos by Andrea Paulseth

There is a brand-new restaurant at the Chippewa Valley Regional Airport, appropriately called Hangar 54 Grill, which serves a wide variety of unique and delicious dishes, including meat-based entrees made with specialty meats from ...

Fri. May. 20th, 2016

Fearless Like a Falcon

by Barbara Arnold, photos by Andrea Paulseth

former debate coach starts public speaking business

Fri. May. 20th, 2016

Opening Shot | May 18, 2016

photos by Andrea Paulseth

TALL PAUL: NOW WITH EXTRA TALLNESS. A new, improved fiberglass statue of a certain legendary lumberjack was unveiled May 7 outside the Paul Bunyan Logging Camp Museum in Carson Park.

Thu. May. 19th, 2016

Capturing History at Home

by Haley Wright, photos by Andrea Paulseth

building on one of the last open lots in Eau Claire's Third Ward, company honors the neighborhood's historical style

Tue. May. 17th, 2016

Whither Whoo's?

by Tom Giffey, photos by Andrea Paulseth

museum forms committee to find permanent home for beloved pagoda

The Daily Shakedown

Tue. May. 17th, 2016

Where Do Wisconsin Vegetarians Eat Out?

by Brian Sheridan, photos by Andrea Paulseth, Timothy Mather

With deep farmland roots and dairy running through the blood of every Wisconsinite, it’s not the easiest place to be a vegetarian or a vegan ...

Doll & Pet Parade 2016

Mon. May. 16th, 2016

Water Street Merchants presented the 69th Annual Doll & Pet Parade on Saturday, May 14. This event featured bands, treats, clowns, prizes and more – all parading down Water Street in Eau Claire.

Mon. May. 9th, 2016

Dig Into Local Community Gardens

by Katie Robertson, photos by Andrea Paulseth

Andrew Werthmann and the other community gardeners of Eau Claire certainly aren’t afraid to get their hands dirty. Having grown up on an organic dairy farm, Werthmann knew when he came to UW-Eau Claire in 2001 that he wanted to become a part of the food-growing process. With an eye on that goal, he co-founded the Eau Claire Community Gardens back in 2010 ...

Mon. May. 9th, 2016

Bearing the Truth

by Nikki Lanzer, photos by Andrea Paulseth

UWEC profs’ children’s book focuses on how life changes us

Mon. May. 9th, 2016

Opening Shot | May 4, 2016

photos by Andrea Paulseth

HAIR DO. Hosted by The Lismore in downtown Eau Claire on April 28, The Great Hair Ball was a one-of-a-kind hair show and competition where local stylists showcased their creativity while presenting fabulous follicles on live models and competing for prizes within several music-inspired categories.

Mon. May. 9th, 2016

V1’s Big Award, and a Big Thank You

by Nick Meyer, photos by Andrea Paulseth

When my friend Dale Karls and I started Volume One in 2002, we never really thought of it as a business. And there certainly was no business plan. To us it was just a chance to pull together some friends ...

Fri. May. 6th, 2016

Off-Road Runner

by Caleb Gerdes, photos by Andrea Paulseth

After tiring of the pavement pounding so many runners do, V1 contributor Caleb Gerdes got his mojo back in the woods, trails, and hills of Wisconsin

Fri. May. 6th, 2016

Chainsaw Serenade

by Tom Giffey, photos by Andrea Paulseth

EC Children’s Theatre has gruesome, grown-up fun with Evil Dead: The Musical

Fri. May. 6th, 2016

Positive Spin: 11-year-old spreads cheer with yo-yo wizardry

by Justine Childs, photos by Andrea Paulseth

To say that Levi White is an energetic, enthusiastic, inspiring, and all-around cool kid would be a gross understatement. Meeting Levi, his mother, and his cousin (who was along for the ride) put a smile ...

Thu. May. 5th, 2016

Summer Theater Programs Can Spark Kids' Creativity

by Renee Sommer, photos by Andrea Paulseth

There’s something magical about playing pretend. And there’s something especially remarkable about it when it happens in a collaborative group with a vision, a stage, and a little theatrical lighting. According to Kevin Grady, associate director of the Eau Claire Children’s Theatre, participating in theater ...

Thu. May. 5th, 2016

Grandma Shares 13 Fantastic Tales

by Barbara Arnold, photos by Andrea Paulseth

When Jean and Tom Hebert’s grandchildren came for a visit, they got to build a huge nest of blankets, quilts, and pillows on the floor at the foot of their grandparents’ bed. And then the real fun would begin: They would grab the three-ring notebook full of stories Grandma Jean created for each grandchild based on their personalities and imagination ...

Thu. May. 5th, 2016

Expressing Feelings Without Words: art therapy helps children express inner turmoil

by Justine Childs, photos by Andrea Paulseth

One of my favorite activities with my granddaughter is when we “do art.” We bring out the huge tub of glue, glitter, construction paper, googly eyeballs, pom-poms, markers, pencils, crayons, coloring books, stickers, pipe cleaners, and beads and just create. The creations don’t have to make sense – and they usually don’t ...

Thu. May. 5th, 2016

Online Boutique Runchkins makes buying kids’ clothes a snap

by Sally Meyer, photos by Andrea Paulseth

My Facebook newsfeed has long been filled with ads for subscription services offering everything from meals to snacks, wine, adult clothing, accessories, beauty products, toys, crafts, and more. If you are looking for a more convenient way to shop and try new products, you’ll likely have no trouble finding it these days ...

The Daily Shakedown

Wed. May. 4th, 2016

The Lismore: Now Open

by V1 Staff, photos by Andrea Paulseth

Check out this huge press release from Hilton about The Lismore hotel in downtown Eau Claire, which as of tonight (May 4) is officially open for business ...

Sculpture Tour Installation 2016

Wed. May. 4th, 2016

On Wednesday, May 4, organizers installed the 2016 Eau Claire Sculpture Tour throughout downtown Eau Claire. As usual, the sculptures will remain in town for one year, during which the city will vote on one to keep.

Tue. May. 3rd, 2016

Come Out and Play, Everyone! Children’s Museum initiative opens doors to all kids

by Haley Wright, photos by Andrea Paulseth

The Children’s Museum of Eau Claire is a unique destination for the children of the Chippewa Valley to learn and be inspired by engaging all of their senses in hands-on exhibits and interactive programming. The museum’s recently launched Play for All Initiative is intended to open up the museum’s doors (and unlock its wonders) to all children ...

Tue. May. 3rd, 2016

Here's How You Can Fish ... For Free

by V1 Staff, photos by Andrea Paulseth

We have a continuous fishing season here in Wisconsin on a wide variety of species, but the traditional kickoff for anglers comes when the general inland waters season begins on the first Saturday in May (this year, that’s May 7). According to Department of Natural Resources warden Scott Thiede, “Fishing is important to connect people with nature ...

Tue. May. 3rd, 2016

Schools May Cover Costs for Summer Camps and Classes

by V1 Staff, photos by Andrea Paulseth

Summer fun and education just got more affordable in the Altoona, Eau Claire, and Chippewa Falls school districts. Each district offers to cover tuition for select programs, classes, and summer camps for students within their boundaries. From theater to STEM classes, nature discovery groups to artistic pursuits, parents can get several hundred dollars worth of classes covered ...

Tue. May. 3rd, 2016

New-Wave Weaving

by Katie Robertson, photos by Andrea Paulseth

Eau Claire artist goes 3D with woven creations

Tue. May. 3rd, 2016

Historical Thrills

by Gigi Roelant, photos by Andrea Paulseth

Eau Claire author delves into WWII with new spy novel

The Daily Shakedown

Tue. May. 3rd, 2016

Phoenix Park Bridge Project Aims to Add Lights and Color

by Eric Christenson, photos by Andrea Paulseth

A new project from the combined brainpower of Downtown Eau Claire Inc., UW-Eau Claire, and the Eau Claire Noon Rotary Club would put dynamic, programmable lights on the Phoenix Park bridge this year. At a windy press gathering in in front of the historic bridge, which has been there since 1903, the groups shed some light (wink) on the $250,000 to $300,000 project.