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More than 30 breweries will be represented, bringing with them more than 100 beers and brewery representatives, during the sixth annual Craft Brews & Chicago Blues event Saturday, April 22, at Geneva National Golf Club & Resort in Lake Geneva.
Night Music is a listing of local night spots featuring live entertainment from Thursday, April 20, through Wednesday, April 26.
The Anchor's annual Break in the Weather party, recognized by many as the official start of spring, will go from 11 a.m. to midnight Saturday, April 29, at the Newville bar at 718 Highway 59.
Video games have been pointed to as a reason to explain real-world murders, but there's no evidence to support such a claim, Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee writes.
This Saturday, musician and whiskey proprietor Jason Stubbs will perform a two-hour set between two whiskey tastings at Lounge 1848, 112 W. Fulton St., Edgerton, as part of a fundraiser for Chilimania.
This Indian restaurant that opened on the city's east side last June doesn't look especially inviting from the outside, but step inside and the picture changes dramatically, writes Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick.
Other touring acts in the area include The Burton Cummings Band, Brian Wilson and Michael W. Smith.
The international recording star makes a stop in Janesville as part of her "Long Live Love" tour promoting her latest album, "Remnants."
Having played each “BioShock” game several times, Gazette gaming columnist writes “BioShock 2” is as good as the game that started it all—well, almost, anyway.
The head man at the Rock County Historical Society talks about being sleep-deprived, explains why history is not boring and shares what it would cost to build the Lincoln-Tallman House today.
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