Milton natives Ben and Josh Calhoun will be back in the Janesville area on Saturday to perform at New Life Assembly of God's annual Independence Day fest.
The orchestra's name might be new, but its patriotic concert in Janesville is a time-honored tradition that will march on through another Independence Day.
Here is a roundup of entertainment news and things to do this week.
Eleven days, 11 stages and more than 800 acts and 1,000 performances. Welcome to Summerfest 2014, the world's largest musical festival.
Two downtown bar owners are heading up the city's first annual craft beer festival this weekend. It's a celebration they are confident will grow every year.
Theatre Unlimited will present the twins farce, “The Boys of Syracuse,” starting next weekend to raise money for a bigger show next season.
Symphony music director Rob Tomaro normally doesn't do gigs at the Back Bar, a rock/heavy metal venue. He's making an exception for a friend.
Summer in Wisconsin means festivals. Some celebrate our area's many ethnicities; others pay tribute to music or food. Either way, the schedule kicks off this weekend.
As a father, Evan Riley was moved by the stories of two friends whose children had died. The musician put that pain to music, and the result will debut June 7.
Monet to Gogh, an art studio run by Janesville artist Val Saxer, will offer several painting parties, classes and a benefit in the next few weeks.