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There's no doubt that chickens are universal: The world's population is estimated at 20 billion birds. Why do we loved chickens so much? Andrew Lawler investigates.
The question of what to do New Year's Eve can be answered in lots of ways. If you're still looking for something to do, we have a few suggestions.
A Janesville man who was sent to the Royal Academy of Music in London on proceeds from a benefit concert is the youngest singer to win a prestigious contest.
The days before Christmas are dwindling, but there's still time to check out a show, a live Nativity or an ugly Christmas sweater party.
If by this weekend you are not yet fully into the Christmas spirit, the Rock River Philharmonic is here to help with two Holiday Pops concerts.
It's the second week of December, and the calendar is still full of things to do while the Christmas cookies are cooling.
Planning a trip during the hectic holidays might sound crazy, but sometimes a quick getaway can offer a bit of respite from the baking and present-wrapping.
"All is calm” fits well into the Christmas hymn “Silent Night,” but it doesn't always apply to family holiday gatherings. Such dynamics are the focus of "Everyday Mercies."
If you're looking for something to brighten your holidays, check out the glow coming from Rotary Botanical Gardens starting Dec. 12.
Community Action gets into the spirit of the season Saturday, Dec. 6, with its first Gingerbread Extravaganza at the Eclipse Center in Beloit.
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