Culture & Entertainment in the Chippewa Valley
Mar. 11, 2010
Abi Zimmer, photos by Andrea Paulseth
“She couldn’t read or even use a phone, and yet she’s helping Hmong students become more literate and better storytellers.”
Jun. 25, 2009
To go or not to go will be the question of Wednesday evenings in July, and the eclectic mix of actors, spoken-word artists, and Bard-lovers alike hope you don’t take as long as Hamlet to decide.
Jun. 11, 2009
Legacy, a medieval fantasy written by local teen author Cayla Kluver, has cast its spell ...
Jan. 8, 2009
Not amassing more library fines makes a decent resolution for 2009, but ...
“My philosophy is to write a book that parents will want to read, and that kids will enjoy."
Oct. 23, 2008
“It’s a classic show that would appeal to this area.”
Oct. 9, 2008
“I always look forward to hearing the authors tell the ‘story behind the story."
Sep. 11, 2008
Abi Zimmer, photos by Trevor Kupfer
As far as I know, Michelangelo didn’t work Eau Claire into his tour ...
Aug. 28, 2008
Raed Jarrar will be speaking at Voices of Peace 2008 in Phoenix Park
Abi Zimmer, photos by Jesse Johnson
“It’s a way for kids to give back to community and take ownership.”
Building on the 29,000 square foot store will begin breaking ground on Sept. 15.
At his funeral, West turned to longtime friend Jean Herbert and said it was time to tell her sto
Of the seven buildings in Eau Claire that represent a “Commercial Vernacular” style ...
Aug. 14, 2008
On July 24, community members gathered outside Eau Claire City Hall to request the addition ...
From Baby Boomers to Generations X and Y, more than half acknowledged a gap.
Some lovers climb fire escapes just to say goodnight, others find dancing rather dreamy ...
Jul. 31, 2008
At 3am, while most people are sound asleep, perhaps dreaming of faraway kingdoms ...
The Virgin Mary may have exploded into Eau Claire for a brief visit ...
Jul. 17, 2008
On Halloween night in 1951, the Altoona Public High School went up in flames ...
éNow I say, â€˜That will look good in my obituary.'"
Abi Zimmer, photos by Drew Kaiser
éArt is a way of expressing oneself," says office coordinator Nora Bates.
Jun. 19, 2008
"Tragedy has given me a chance to talk about a region of the country long neglected and ignored, one that has borne the burden of repeated aggression and devastation." -Cathy Sultan
May. 8, 2008
“Becoming a conscientious carnivore is about building relationships, not about finding the cheapest steak raised on grass.” – author Catherine Friend
Apr. 10, 2008
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