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Bat-Signal to light up Los Angeles in tribute to Adam West
Bat-Signal to light up Los Angeles in tribute to Adam West
The Bat-Signal will shine over Los Angeles in tribute to the late Adam West, the actor best-known for playing Batman in the campy 1960 television series.
Restaurant review: Bass Creek Cafe is an out-of-the-way treat
Restaurant review: Bass Creek Cafe is an out-of-the-way treat
For those inclined to work up an appetite before eating (and to work it off after), The Four Dishes found Bass Creek Café in Afton to be a wonderful biking or hiking destination.
Where to find live local entertainment this week
Where to find live local entertainment this week
Night Music is a listing of local night spots featuring live entertainment from Thursday, June 15, through Wednesday, June 21.
Press Start: The best bits of E3 2017
Press Start: The best bits of E3 2017
Another year of Electronic Entertainment Expo conferences have come and gone, leaving fans a wake of new trailers, demos and games to discuss and analyze for months to come. Here are the best parts of the show, Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee writes.
Music roundup: Darius Rucker plans stop in Madison on June 23
Music roundup: Darius Rucker plans stop in Madison on June 23
Other touring acts in the area include Joe Jackson, Whitey Morgan and Dark Star Orchestra.
Milton College Preservation Society bringing back the Bard
Milton College Preservation Society bringing back the Bard
In honor of what would be the former college's 150th anniversary, the group is resurrecting William Shakespeare's "As You Like It" on June 23-24.
Five things to know: Walworth County Dairy Breakfast is back
Here are five things to know about this year's Walworth County Dairy Breakfast
Volunteer families help make Rock County Dairy breakfast a success
The Templeton family will bring three generations to work this Saturday's dairy breakfast, being held from 6:30 to 11 a.m. at the Brandl Farm in Clinton.
Janesville's Minter heads to NYC for national theater awards
Janesville's Minter heads to NYC for national theater awards
Later this month, Jessica Minter of Janesville will be one of two Wisconsin representatives taking part in the National High School Music Theatre Awards in New York City.
Where to find live local entertainment this week
Where to find live local entertainment this week
Night Music is a listing of local night spots featuring live entertainment from Thursday, June 8, through Wednesday, June 14.

Kicks

20Q: Catching up with children's author Pat Hall
'Bleacher Bums' opens June 22 at JPAC
Where to find live local entertainment this week
Music roundup: Brian Setzer to bring Rockabilly Riot to Summerfest
Restaurant review: Bass Creek Cafe is out-of-the-way treat

Travel

Palmer Park wading pool to close
Schroeder hired as new Milton clerk
Edgerton High School grads told to embrace grit
Fewer applying for seasonal jobs
Bypass legal battle could help others

Health

Mercy gets OK for Illinois hospital
Tourniquet employed in chainsaw accident
City eyes vacant property registry
Probation ordered in shooting case
East Troy man hurt cliff jumping

Home

New Fetch & Stretch yoga class is inclusive to canines
New, old mix in restoration project
Rock River students defy classification
Why does Trump want to kill Energy Star ratings?
Garden plots available in Elkhorn

Money

Columns

Relationships

Backyard chickens a clucking success
Generations keep dairy breakfast going
Dog-human teams train to search
Hats Off: Girl raising money for animals
Human library to share stories with talk, not text

Music

Music roundup: Darius Rucker plans stop in Madison on June 23
Where to find live local entertainment this week
Janesville's Minter to hit Broadway stage for Jimmy Awards
MDA Tub Run set to rumble through Rock County
Music roundup: Honky-tonk hero Watson plans visit to High Noon Saloon

Food

Restaurant review: Madison's Zandru's is no culinary knockout
Pork chop cookout returns
Walworth dairy breakfast returns
20Q: Catching up with ice cream baron Andrew Osmond
Restaurant review: Food, wine shine at Prairie Street