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Art Crawl at Banbury Place

glass artists Laurie Bieze, Adam Fuller organize event

On the first weekend in February, 25 local visual artists will fill historic Banbury Place ...

WHAT YOU NEED:
Health, Wellness, & Fitness

V1’s guide to helping you see that new year’s resolution through

Give it a glance while doing butt crunches in your favorite chair.

Shovel Versus Shovel

why do my neighbors have to be so friggin’ nice?

At times, I swear they purposely try to beat me to the sidewalk. But that’s crazy right?

A Year for the (Face)Books

a Facebook News Feed-style year in local sports review

a Facebook News Feed-style year in local sports review

Trampled by Turtles

Duluth’s bluegrass gods head to Menomonie

The Mabel Tainter Theater will play host to Trampled by Turtles’ latest trod through the area.

Rumble in the Jungle

annual snowshoe race back for the third year

Be honest: right about now, in the dead of winter, you’re bored out of your mind.

Midwinter Music Meltdown

armada of metal bands invade the Eau Claire House of Rock

It is difficult to imagine a “meltdown” of any kind ...

Lunch at Camille’s

hot sandwiches and flatbread pizza anchor café menu

“We want you to know who we are, and we want to know who you are.”

Little Releases

Carmike testing limited release films in local market

Carmike is testing art and independent film series ... so you can stop complaining for a while.

New Exhibit True to Title

Drawing Beyond Edges is the upcoming exhibit in UW-Eau Claire’s Foster Art Gallery.

Incendiary Tactics

artist Eric Lee has a fiery visual technique

Sprinkling his work with gunpowder and different dried plants, Lee ignites the gunpowder ...

Science Project

young duo takes a new musical direction

Unlike previous efforts, The New Science focuses on ethereal, introspective songwriting.

Shortcuts | Jan. 22, 2009

condensed local news about civic and cultural goings-on

A staggering 2009 budget shortfall has not intimidated new candidates from running for Council.

O’Leary’s Smoking Bus

In case you hadn’t noticed, there’s a bus parked outside O’Leary’s ...

Questioning the Locals | Babe the Blue Ox

Babe is one the Chippewa Valley’s most mythological residents

Have you ever considered ditching Paul and hooking up with the Brawny guy?

Co-Opting the Art Scene

downtown’s new art co-op Tangled Up in Hue

“We felt that the space could become more than just another retail business.”

Everyone’s Watching

Eau Claire is in a unique position as the music scene hits another high note

Now that Mr. Vernon has blazed a trail, all sorts of people are asking about the music scene.