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Critics loved "Logan Lucky" and gave a big collective shrug to "The Hitman's Bodyguard," but when it came to the test of the marketplace, audiences went their own way.
Trauma and adverse childhood experiences are a major contributing factor to substance abuse, especially opioid abuse in women, Shari Faber said. By reducing the number of the experiences, they hope to then lower number of opioid abuse in the county.
Taquerias seem to be opening everywhere in Madison these days. One of the newest is Canteen, which opened at 111 S. Hamilton St., Madison, writes Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick.
Singer/actor Tom Wopat was arrested in Massachusetts recently, but he's still scheduled to perform at the Janesville Performing Arts Center.
The former nurse turned artisan dishes on switching career paths, creating with cremains and the role of "liquid courage" at painting parties.
The annual festival will feature sports tournaments, live music, tractor pulls, clogging, carnival rides, a parade and a weird game called “Hammerschlagen."
Other touring acts in the area include The Alarm, comedian Chris Redd and various groups at Madison's Mad Gael Music Fest.
Even if you don't like corn and volleyball, you'll still find plenty to entertain you Saturday, Aug. 19, at the 32nd annual Janesville Noon Rotary Corn Roast and Mud Volleyball Tournament at Traxler Park in Janesville.
For the fifth straight year, the Friends of Riverside Park and Janesville Lions Club are cooperating to produce the Riverside Music Festival and Lions Club chicken roast. The event is Sunday, Aug. 20, at Riverside Park in Janesville.
Night Music is a listing of local night spots featuring live entertainment from Thursday, Aug. 17, through Wednesday, Aug. 23.
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“We’re miracles, that’s what we call ourselves,” said Pam Williams, pharmacy technician at SSM Health St. Mary's Hospital- Janesville. “We’re the miracle family.” Experiencing medical miracles are why Williams will walk in the 25th Annual Bert Blain Memorial Heart Walk at 7:30 a.m. Sunday at the Rotary Botannical Gardens.