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Beloit Film Fest gives Janesville a taste of February
Beloit Film Fest gives Janesville a taste of February
The Ramada Janesville is known as a place of rest for travelers, but this weekend the hotel will transform itself into something new: a cinema.
Wisconsin authors explore life off gridiron
Three Marquette University academics look at the future that awaits former professional football players in “Is There Life after Football?”
Quick Kicks for Jan. 22-28, 2015
Quick Kicks for Jan. 22-28, 2015
The Beloit International Film Festival's program release party Monday, Jan. 26, is among the events going on in our area this week.
Go ahead and touch this Janesville artwork
Tina Mekeel, a teacher at the Wisconsin Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired, was excited to learn that 10 students were chosen to exhibit artwork in Madison.
Professional actors add punch to 'Les Miserables' in Edgerton
Professional actors add punch to 'Les Miserables' in Edgerton
If you think you've seen “Les Miserables” recently, you're right. But the “Les Mis” that's opening Jan. 16 in Edgerton is not the same show that Janesville put on in 2013.
January brings local artists and writers to JPAC
The Janesville Performing Arts Center will feature several events this month that spotlight local artists and authors. That's why January is called Local Talent Month.
Quick Kicks for Jan. 8-14, 2015
Launchpad, the statewide music competition for high school garage bands, will host a benefit Saturday, Jan. 10, in Madison.
Beloit International Film Festival to cheer 10 years
The first Beloit International Film Festival opened Jan. 19, 2006, with a modest 80 films and a glimmer of hope that it would become an annual event.
Quick Kicks for Dec. 31-Jan. 7
The Janesville Mid-Winter Antique Show will return to the Pontiac Convention Center on Jan. 10-11.
Book scratches up dirt on America's ubiquitous bird
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.