Fat Fest Still Phat

Thu. Aug. 14th, 2008  |  Mark Koenig

Fat Fest is furiously forthcoming once again with more great bands, camping, and good vibes.

Audio Equation

Eau Claire math professor researches music's appeal

Thu. Aug. 14th, 2008  |  Ian Jacoby, photos by Drew Kaiser

Professor Jim Walker might not be the man you think of when you think "cutting edge music dude."

Song and Dance

opening up to Midwestern cultural possibilities

Thu. Aug. 14th, 2008  |  Claire Jeffries, illustrated by Ryan Carpentier

Whenever I complained about this, locals would scold me saying, "Eau Claire is a great place.

Doing Dishes: Tonight At 10

TV-13 duo Stokes, Herzog co-anchor work and life

Thu. Aug. 14th, 2008  |  Abi Zimmer

Some lovers climb fire escapes just to say goodnight, others find dancing rather dreamy ...

Comical Culture

George Carlin treaded on taboos, captivated audiences with their own nature

Thu. Jul. 31st, 2008  |  Matt Kulasiewicz

George Carlin was a comedian who took pride in one particular concept - the power of words.

Juggling The Kids

local dad connects with kids through knife-tossing

Thu. Jul. 31st, 2008  |  Claire Jeffries

One of our first shows was at a nursing home, a show we fondly refer to as Dante`s Inferno.

Building A Legacy

15-year-old Cayla Kluver releases first novel to national distribution

Thu. Jul. 31st, 2008  |  Abi Zimmer, photos by Andrea Paulseth

At 3am, while most people are sound asleep, perhaps dreaming of faraway kingdoms ...

Chiller In the Heat

forefathers of EC hip-hop looking to claim their spot in the national scene

Thu. Jul. 31st, 2008  |  Chris Henson

Halfway through the summer heat, hip-hoppers Frozen Tundra are refusing to thaw.

Chalk It Up

Volume One`s Chalkfest brings temporary art to Wilson Park

Thu. Jul. 31st, 2008  |  Claire Jeffries, photos by Nick Meyer

This year will mark Chalkfest`s official launch as an event all its own ...