Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick writes the food at Atlantis Taverna in Sun Prairie is very good and reminiscent of what he remembers from his own trips to Greece.
Editor’s note: Kicks presents 20Q, a feature that introduces readers to people involved in the area’s arts and entertainment community. Compiled by kicks Editor Greg Little, each piece will include a short bio, photo and answers to questions that provide insight into not only that person’s a…
The Gazette's restaurant review team, The Four Dishes, found the food and surroundings appetizing at Delavan's Duck Inn.
KANDU Industries' annual Grapes & Hops fundraiser allows visitors to sample and drink more than 40 domestic and international wines and beers.
A group of local swing dancers has launched Swing Station, a monthly public swing-dance get-together housed at a local church in Janesville.
“Monster Hunter: World” captures the feel of hunting and enthralling combat while simultaneously offering an addicting grind, Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee writes.
The Parker High School actress discusses her dislike of feet, her love for family and friends, and why she enjoys being an MMA fighter.
The new restaurant offers a handful of Middle Eastern dishes on a small menu that are created solely by chef Laila Borokhim, a Madison native of Jewish-Iranian descent.
Black Label Society, 8 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 8, The Rave, 2401 W. Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee. Tickets: $35-$45. Call 414-342-7283.
“Monster Hunter: World” is a blast Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee can see himself getting addicted to, especially with some companions at his side, he writes.
JANESVILLE—If you’re trying to stretch your entertainment dollar, seeing Janesville Little Theatre’s production of “Murder at the Prop Table” is an economically responsible move.
The three cofounders of the Geneva Theatre Actors Guild all have some professional acting experience, but their latest venture is decidedly less serious than anything seen on Broadway.
“Assassin’s Creed” games took a year off before Ubisoft launched “Origins” in 2017. The hiatus paid off, writes Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee.
Editor’s Note: Kicks presents 20Q, a feature that introduces readers to people involved in the area’s arts and entertainment community. Compiled by kicks Editor Greg Little, each piece will include a short bio, photo and answers to questions that provide insight into not only that person’s a…
During a recent trip to Josef Steakhouse and Oyster Bar in Rockford, Illinois, the Gazette's restaurant review team of The Four Dishes found not only good food but also a feeling of elegance and sophistication.
Beloit-area native and singer-songwriter James Carratt has put out "The James Carratt Project," a vinyl album of country-tinged songs. All he needed to get the record out was the help of 47 local musicians.
“Nier: Automata” is the best weird game Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee has ever played, and he can't get enough of it, he writes.
Diners might not think of Japanese cuisine when seeking out comfort food, but a recent meal at Umami Ramen and Dumpling Bar on Williamson Street in Madison satisfied the craving for Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick.
Along with those attending the Wisconsin Funk Festival, other touring acts in the area include Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit and comedian Kevin Hart.
If you're on the hunt for some flavorful Italian food, you'll find it at Villa Pizza and Family Restaurant right off of Highway 11 in Orfordville, writes The Gazette's restaurant review team, The Four Dishes.
The Broadway musical "Sister Act," based on the movie of the same name, opens its can of fun and joy Friday, Jan. 12, at the Edgerton Performing Arts Center.
This year was full of great video games, but with 2018 right around the corner, it’s time to prepare for the most-anticipated games of next year, Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee writes.
If you love seafood and aren’t afraid to get messy, you’d do well to check out Mad Seafood Boiler on Gorham Street in Madison, writes Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick.
The Armory, 10 S. High St., Janesville, will usher in 2018 on Sunday, Dec. 31, with a "Gatsby" party reminiscent of those nearly 100 years ago.
The owner of The Real Cheese Place in Janesville explains how to buy good cheese, why Limburger stinks, and what she would tell her teenage self.