Janesville25°
|

Home  » Blogs  » Staff Blogs

Opinion Matters

With Gazette Opinion Editor Greg Peck
Greg Peck: Were Super Bowl game, commercials really super?
I was underwhelmed by much of the whole Super Bowl 50 TV viewing experience Sunday, both the game and the commercials.
Greg Peck: Uncontrolled intersections stir debate
Greg Peck: Uncontrolled intersections stir debate
A recent Greg Peck post about uncontrolled intersections grabbed the attention of City Hall. What do you think? Should Janesville do anything about its uncontrolled intersections?
Greg Peck: "The Revenant" and "The Finest Hours" are two very intense movies
“The Revenant” might be the most intense movie this Oscar season. But “The Finest Hours” could be its rival.

Xtra Points

Local sports talk with the Gazette sports staff
Xtra Points: Klawitter, Super Bowl and Badgers
Xtra Points: Klawitter, Super Bowl and Badgers
Eric and John recap their Klawitter-saga coverage, preview the Super Bowl and break down the Badgers.
Xtra Points: End of an era in Janesville
Xtra Points: End of an era in Janesville
Eric and John reflect on WCLO broadcaster Al Fagerli's retirement as well as the Packers' season, Badgers basketball and Thursday's crosstown boys hoops matchup.
Xtra Points: The Packers are back! ... Or are they?
Xtra Points: The Packers are back! ... Or are they?
Gazette sports editor Eric Schmoldt and writer John Barry break down the Packers' win in Washington and whether it's a sign of things to come, as well as high school hoops at the midway point of the season.

The Web Desk

Behind the scenes of GazetteXtra with digital content coordinators Andrew Reuter and Dave von Falkenstein
GazetteXtra's most-read stories of 2015
GazetteXtra's most-read stories of 2015
Among GazetteXtra's most-read stories from 2015: A bank robbery, some NFL trash talk and a mysterious roar 'round Wisconsin.

Fuel and Tires

All about auto racing with Gazette staffer Dave von Falkenstein
Fuel & Tires: Rolex 24 wrap-up; IndyCar news; Tony Stewart
Fuel & Tires: Rolex 24 wrap-up; IndyCar news; Tony Stewart
Recap of last weekend's Rolex 24 at Daytona; Honda extends IndyCar deal; Ganassi signs Chilton; Tony Stewart hospitalized.
Fuel & Tires: Rolex 24 preview; Kvapil returns to trucks
Fuel & Tires: Rolex 24 preview; Kvapil returns to trucks
The racing season opens with the Rolex 24 at Daytona this weekend; Kurt Busch is interested in Indy 500 ride; Travis Kvapil returns for a full season in the Truck Series.
Fuel & Tires: New season, new rules in NASCAR
Fuel & Tires: New season, new rules in NASCAR
As we're just over three weeks away from the start of NASCAR's 2016, some changes have been announced.

ProjectLab

A team of do-it-yourselfers share their successes (and failures) on a variety of topics
ProjectLab: Andy versus the broken dryer
ProjectLab: Andy versus the broken dryer
As an apartment renter, Andy longed for the day that he had the authority to fix his own appliances. That day came recently when his dryer stopped spinning.
ProjectLab: A wood floor, from logs to living room
ProjectLab: A wood floor, from logs to living room
Installing a wood floor is intimidating on its own. But what if you had to make the planks, too?
ProjectLab: Using online sites to get deals on tools
ProjectLab: Using online sites to get deals on tools
Where do you find tool deals? Here's one online option you might not have heard of from DIY columnist Nick Crow.

Press Start

Video game news, reviews and commentary with Gazette reporter Jake Magee
Press Start: When video game delays go too far
Press Start: When video game delays go too far
Delays are a common part of the video game industry, but Comcept's third delay of the long-anticipated "Mighty No. 9" is something fans shouldn't tolerate, columnist Jake Magee writes.
Press Start: Five franchises Telltale should tackle
Press Start: Five franchises Telltale should tackle
Telltale Games has created successful episodic games based on plenty of popular franchises. Here are some other series the developer could tackle, columnist Jake Magee writes.
Press Start: No, the Oculus Rift isn't too expensive
Press Start: No, the Oculus Rift isn't too expensive
It's not cheap, but the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset set to launch this spring isn't too expensive, columnist Jake Magee writes.

The Hungry Reporter

Cooking and food talk with Gazette reporter Andrea Anderson

No recent blog activity within the previous 91 days