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Frank H. Robinson


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Tracy Morgan @The State Theatre

photos by Frank H. Robinson

30 Rock star and former Saturday Night Live cast member Tracy Morgan hit The State Theatre on Tuesday, March 19 for his Excuse My French comedy tour, with opening comics Ardie Fuqua and Marc Theobald.

Clinton comes to town

photos by Frank H. Robinson

On Wednesday, October 31, 2012, former President Bill Clinton visited the Ramada Convention Center in downtown Eau Claire to rally support for President Obama in November's election. Clinton spoke to 700 people in the Ramada, and also addressed ...

Class Is in Session

Minneapolis rapper Prof returns to House of Rock

Breakneck the Mage, photos by Frank H. Robinson

A lot has happened in the world of Minneapolis rapper Prof since his last visit to the House of Rock in February. As one of the hardest-working and visible independent artists on the national hip hop circuit, the work never seems to stop ...

Local Zombies Come to Life

photos by Frank H. Robinson

Saturday, Oct. 6 saw the 2nd Annual Eau Claire Zombie Crawl throughout downtown Eau Claire and beyond. But before the older zombies shambled off to the taverns, organizers offered "zombiefication" in Wilson Park.

Amy Goodman in Eau Claire (9-20-2012)

photos by Frank H. Robinson

Amy Goodman, host of Democracy Now!, spoke at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation in downtown Eau Claire on Thursday, Sept. 20.

Baby you're a firework, just own the night at Carson Park

Michelle Enger, photos by Frank H. Robinson

As you may have expected, high above Carson Park tomorrow night, you'll find the red glare of rockets – and various other colors – accompanied by the usual booms, bangs, and fzzzzzzzzzzzzz's. The annual fireworks display is at 10pm.

Prof @House of Rock

Frank H. Robinson

South Minneapolis rapper Prof hit the House of Rock On Saturday night (2-25-12) with special guests Duce Duce and Fathom.

I see you...!

Frank H. Robinson

The local wildlife in the neatly-trimmed outskirts of city industrial parks.