If you’ve been looking for the perfect opportunity to check out the Blue Ox Music Festival this summer, this year is the year for you! “Blue Ox Music Festival: Live From the Pines” is shimmying its way online to broadcast ...
An announcement in the local newspaper states the time and place a murder is to occur. What follows is a classic Agatha Christie puzzle with twists and turns, mixed motives and concealed identities that only the amazing Miss Marple can uncover. Photos are from Sunday, Jan 12th at The Grand Theater.
IT’S A ZOO IN THERE. The 3rd Annual UWEC GeekCon took place on Saturday, Nov. 23 at UW-Eau Claire’s Davies Center. GEEKcon is “a celebration of talents, hobbies, and passions, including everything from legos to essential oils, music to video games, and comic books to knitting.”
The 3rd Annual UWEC GeekCon took place on Saturday, Nov. 23 at UW-Eau Claire's Davies Center. GEEKcon is "a celebration of talents, hobbies, and passions, including everything from legos to essential oils, music to video games, and comic books to knitting." There were 50+ vendors, and over ...
THE LOOK THAT SAYS “BLUEGRASS.” The WHYS Radio Bluegrass Festival returned to Lake Altoona County Park on Saturday, August 17, featuring the Seeger Boys (pictured), Olive Sings, The Lowest Pair, the Root Tappers, Noah John, Woodland Spring, and the No Man’s String Band.
On Sunday, May 5 the 2nd Annual Menomonie Kite Festival took place at Tanglewood Greens in Menomonie. Guests were welcome to bring their own kites or purchase them there for an afternoon of kite flying out on the driving range ...
On Thursday evening, May 2, poet Paul Tran performed in the Riverside Theatre at UW-Eau Claire as part of the UWEC Artists Series. Tran is the poetry editor for The Offing, and has published work in Poetry ...
Earth Day celebration features music, speakers, more
Gigi Roelant, photos by Michael Bartsch
Get ready to rock out for our very own third rock from the sun. The second annual Jam It For The Planet will be taking place April 23 at The Plus in downtown Eau Claire. People of all ages can come together ...
On Friday, September 6 an artist reception for Ray Kaselau took place at the Volume One gallery featuring animals, masks, and abstract themes explored in form and surface through paper mache constructions.
Featuring live music from Dexter Wolfe, enjoy food, drinks, buttons, and camaraderie with NOTA contributors in celebration of the release of the 2013 NOTA book. This event took place at the Volume One Gallery on Friday, May 10.
Clothing that runs the gamut from formal to casual to children’s, all designed by students, hit the runway this week at UW-Stout. The annual Silhouettes Fashion Show showcases original designs by 60 apparel design and development students. Photos are
Nature, science, history, literature and myth set the stage for what unfolds in Gannon’s art--glimpses of alternative values. Gannon exhibits art locally and nationally and works as a professional illustrator. His work has appeared in a range of venu
Erik Christenson will display his work throughout the month of December at Tangled Up in Hue. Photos are from the reception on Friday, December 7 which included, live music, live glassblowing and in-store specials.
Minneapolis-based Pert Near Sandstone rejuvenates American stringband music with raw energy; they play tightly-crafted original material that lends itself to the modern audience, as well as being stewards of the old-time and bluegrass traditions. Thi
John Hildebrand is the author of three nonfiction books, the most recent of which is A Northern Front (2005), a collection of essays that previously appeared in such magazines as Harper's, Audubon, Outside, Sports Illustrated, Manoa, and The Missouri
Chilling out, maxing, relaxing all cool, shooting some b-ball on First Avenue. Eau Claire’s 2012 installment of the Gus Macker 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament happened up and down First Avenue July 13-15.
On Friday, June 22 at the Grand Theater, the Daredevil Christopher Wright played an all ages show to celebrate the release of their new album, The Nature of Things. Caroline Smith and the Good Night Sleeps and Prairie Empire opened things up.
The Wisconsin Bicycle Federation informs us that the great state of Wisconsin has dropped to sixth place in the League of American Bicyclists’ 5th annual rating of the bicycle friendly states. "Sixth out of fifty" sounds none too shabby, but we ...