Little House’s pigtailed brat has a one-woman comedy show
Whether you laughed when she was pushed down a hill in a wheelchair or thought it was unjust that she got a fist full of mud to the face, there’s no debate that Alison Arngrim is back with a vengeance.
“It is a real privilege to be able to go to so many incredible places. ... The other added perk for me is to be able to travel with and learn from National Geographic photographers.” – Eau Clairian Steve Ambroe, a world traveling nature videographer
the fifth touring celebration of the weirdest video tapes ever made
When UW-Eau Claire college buddies Joe Pickett and Nick Prueher served up an eclectic lineup of out-of-touch instructional videos, community television tapes, and other obscure audio-visual candy for live audiences, little did they know their video..
a great opportunity to get youths involved in golf
The re-tooled Chippewa Valley Golf Association Junior Tour is only in its second year, but those involved believe it’s on track for greatness. Which is easy to see given the low price and great courses...
Last year, a 22-year-old woman from Ohio oared her way across the Atlantic Ocean in 70 days to bring a spotlight on the worldwide need for clean drinking water. Now she’s coming to Eau Claire to stress the importance of the same issue.
learn about this issue's cover art by Amanda Olive
“I shot this photo on a recent trip to Gilman, Wis. It struck me so profoundly to see so many people manually taking on this massive project of re-siding their barn. It was refreshing to see that this level of dedication is still given ..."
Rosie Flores, queen of rockabilly, comes to the Heyde
Rosie Flores is coming to the Valley with her high-octane show of country-rockabilly sounds in tow. The Texas-born, California-raised singer/songwriter has added her flavor to numerous compilation CDs...
At 7pm on April 19, the UWEC Environmental Adventure Center will showcase the film Green Fire, which chronicles the life of Aldo Leopold – one of the greatest conservationists and Wisconsinites of all time.
singer-songwriter returns to the valley with new material
After a year away, Justin Arnold is returning to his home stage. Like the best singer-songwriters, Justin has always relied on life stories for his music. And given the tumultuous rollercoaster ride...
My first outdoor climbing experience was at Barn Bluff in Red Wing, MN, a mecca for Midwestern climbers in need of vertical spaces. I watched as my friends went ahead for the first climb of the day ...
On April 16, vinyl collectors will have a rare opportunity to get their hands on the newest, most exclusive albums. Revival Records will open its door at 8am for Record Store Day, a national holiday that store owner Billy Siegel says is his Christmas.
“It’s not just cheap cheap cheap – that wouldn’t serve the public well – we have to be good stewards for the long-term interests of the city.”
– City Council President Kerry Kincaid on choosing amenities for public projects
condensed local news about civic and cultural goings-on
The evening is a way for victims and their supporters to tell their stories, offer encouragement, and mostly to put a stop to sexual violence. The event is free to the public and will feature live music, open mic, food, and several guest speakers.
Phase II of the Phoenix Park Neighborhood construction has had some minor sway from the original plans. Up to now, construction was handled by Moeding Partners, by they’ve decided not to partake in Phase II. Essentially the city is considering...
Breath of Life, which is partnered with Menomonie’s Ambient Visions Ink, offers apparel with designs created entirely by the local trio. As of now, they offer T-shirts, long-sleeve shirts, and hats, but plan to add jeans, shorts, dress shirts...
The people who regularly distribute the magazine are often the “face” of Volume One in the community, and we couldn’t have asked for anyone better to fill that role.Both Norman and Willow were always jovial and proud to be a part of our community...
“Chug-chug-chugchug-chug-chug-scree!!” is as familiar to metal maniacs as John Williams’ score for Jaws is to beach bunnies. And on A Breed Unknown’s new EP, Afterlife, you can rest assured that not one ounce of beer will be lost...
Since 2000, Eau Claire area schools and artists have been participating in the Art on the Bus movement where they help to beautify public transportation. Coordinated by Paula Gorski, Art on the Bus ...
A historic home in Menomonie is now a house of art, thanks to local art enthusiast and commercial neon designer Cheryl Witt. Witt has taken the home on 1232 Douglas St. and opened a gallery where local artists will be shown an at-home appreciation.
An artist working from photographs is not a new concept, but rarely is the final product exhibited with a snap-shot of the inspiration. Intended to illustrate how painters interpret their photo references, the Chippewa Valley Watercolor Artists...
For all of you movie enthusiasts, the Film Society of Minneapolis/St. Paul presents the 2011 International Film Festival. Co-programmed by Tim Grady and Al Milgram, the festival runs April 14 through May 5 at St. Anthony’s Main Theatre in Minneapolis
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