If you're looking for concerts to attend, the next week or two offers several opportunities. One of them is Friday's show by the boys choir Grazer Kapellknaben.
The band's June 23 concert is technically the day before Summerfest's opening night, but the Big Gig is promoting the Stones show as “The Ultimate Kick-Off to Summerfest.”
It's been decades since the classic Broadway musical “Man of La Mancha” has hit an area stage. That's partly why UW-Rock County chose the play for its spring musical.
The Easter Bunny will be in big demand again this weekend, supervising everything from egg hunts to breakfast—and even a fun run.
The Easter Bunny gets a jump on the holiday starting Sunday, March 29, with an egg hunt at Carver-Roehl Park in Clinton. But that's just the beginning of the egg-tivities.
A devotee of the Great American Songbook, a jazz quartet, an ABBA tribute band and two rock groups will bring a diverse lineup to George Williams College this summer.
Lavinia Goodell practiced law in Janesville in the 1870s. Her story was the inspiration behind “Lavinia,” a new play that comes to town March 28.
A brick from the ancient capital of Nimrud, in modern-day Iraq, is part of a new Milwaukee Public Museum exhibit. The site where it was found has been destroyed.
Whatever your favorite polka, you're sure to find it when the 14th annual PolkaFest hop-steps into the Janesville Moose Lodge on Friday and Saturday, March 27-28.
Tony Scodwell yearns for the golden days of big bands and big stars. He'll relive those days March 21-22 when the Rock River Philharmonic honors Harry James.