The annual Delavan Train Show is making a return downtown Saturday and Sunday, and organizers expect guests to have their hands full with a number of new activities.
“Horizon Zero Dawn” isn't only a blast to play and explore. It also features a compelling story in a confident first run for a new franchise, even if it stumbles at a few points along the way, writes Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee.
Night Music is a listing of local night spots featuring live entertainment from Thursday, March 9, through Wednesday, March 15.
Other touring acts that will be in the area include Cold War Kids, Here Come The Mummies and Gaelic Storm.
Anyone interested in a taste of France would appreciate La Kitchenette, the tiny café on Williamson Street that offers French homestyle cooking in a cozy setting, writes Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick.
The New York City-based electric violinist talks about green Mustangs, performing sick and which instrument her parents found unladylike.
Other touring acts in the area include Leo Kottke and Keller Williams, Jerry Seinfeld and JoJo.
Fifty artists and three authors will be on hand March 6 for a fundraising event for the Clinton Public Library Foundation.
Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee isn't one to usually care much about a game's graphics, but 'Horizon Zero Dawn' is starting to change how he feels about how games look.
The Janesville hospice and palliative care group will host its 15th annual event from 6-10 Saturday, March 11, at the Pontiac Convention Center, 2809 N. Pontiac Drive, Janesville.