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Conjoined twins were not unknown in the mid-1800s, but they rarely lived long. That's why Chang and Eng Bunker caused such a spectacle when they arrived in America.
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, it's time to plan the annual family holiday show. One Walworth County production opens Nov. 29.
Rotary Botanical Gardens' annual Taste of Chocolate on Nov. 22 is all about the sweetness of the holidays ... and 355,000 twinkling lights.
Katy Daixon Wimer hopes to use her photography to help change the way women look at and think about their bodies.
The latest exhibit to open at Raven’s Wish Gallery was inspired by an informal poll: Who are the most recognized, respected artists in this area?
Fifty years ago this year, volunteers headed to Mississippi to register disenfranchised black voters. A new play, "Freedom High," aims to celebrate that tumultuous summer.
Race relations might be different compared to when “South Pacific” premiered in 1949. But the message is the same, Parker High School junior Jacob Schmidt says.
“Of Heaven and Earth” features 40 paintings by Italian artists who might not be well-known but who lived during the most inventive years in the history of art.
Riverfront Inc., an organization that helps adults with disabilities, plans to take advantage of ugly sweater season with its first Ugly Sweater Fun Run, Walk & Roll.
Restaurant Week debuts
Walworth County will offer its first “Dine Around the Lakes” Restaurant Week on Nov. 4-9.
During the week,...
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