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Ann Fiore

Quick Kicks: Here's how to save money on Summerfest tickets
- Here's a quick look at event, activity and entertainment news for Rock and Walworth county residents. Read more >>
Trio reunites in Edgerton's 'Jesus Christ Superstar'
- Jim Tropp has directed the rock opera "Jesus Christ Superstar" multiple times, the last time in 2010. His current show resurrects the 2010 team of Tropp as director, Rich Hoffman as Jesus and Ryan Rammelt as Judas--a combin... Read more >>
Anyone can learn to polka at Janesville's Moose Lodge
- Mary Knippelberg loves Wisconsin's state dance so much, she's willing to fly from California to the Badger Stage just to polka. The occasion: Polkafest in Janesville. Read more >>
Janesville musical celebrates mating dance
- A funny and tender collection of relationship vignettes form the musical comedy “I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change” at UW-Rock County in Janesville. Read more >>
'Tim's Vermeer' documentary has Janesville ties
- The Penn and Teller documentary “Tim's Vermeer,” which opens Friday, March 14, at Madison's Sundance Cinemas, has a surprisingly local connection: Teresa Nguyen. Read more >>
March brings basketball, beer, Irish festivities to Janesville area
- March Madness is cause for celebration, whether you're excited for basketball tournament season, spring or St. St. Patrick's Day on Monday. Read more >>
'Morrie' brims with simple wisdom
- When sportswriter Mitch Albom wrote a book about his favorite college professor, Morrie Schwartz, he had no idea how it would be received. The book became a best-seller and spawned a play, which Stage One will present March... Read more >>
UW-Rock County invites more artists to 24-hour fest
- About a year ago, local playwrights and actors showed they had the chops to write and present five original plays in just 24 hours. This year, those theater folks will have company in their late-night antics. Read more >>