Depending how you look at it, Edgerton will celebrate its third or fourth annual Clay Day pottery festival Saturday, July 21.
Meats and music will be at the forefront when the third-annual Elkhorn Ribfest commences July 12-15 at the Walworth County Fairgrounds.
Sony needs to buck up and enable crossplay so gamers can enjoy multiplayer regardless of the console they play on, writes Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee.
Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick found Oliva restaurant at 745 N. High Point Road in Madison an elegant destination for fine food without the high prices that are common downtown.
Students in the Janesville School District Summer School performance of "Anything Goes" enjoy taking part in a whimsical show full of toe-tapping tunes and slapstick humor.
‘State of Decay 2’ improves on the zombie survival simulator but makes Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee long for a more polished experience.
Baci's Kitchen in Rockford, Illinois, left an impression on The Gazette's restaurant review team of The Four Dishes, as they enjoyed such dishes as a salmon protein bowl, homemade Magherita pizza and a fried goat cheese salad.
“California fresh” meets family recipes from Guadalajara at Tapatios Cocina Mexicana, a new Mexican restaurant that opened a few months ago in Fitchburg, writes Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick.
The Janesville-based theater's general manager talks about improvements to the theater, which films draw the best crowds and how much popcorn patrons eat in a month.
The Gazette's restaurant review team, The Four Dishes, took a step back in time during a recent visit to Janesville's well-known Asian eatery.
Music by the Lake at George Williams College in Williams Bay is set to kick off Sunday, June 24, when the Lake Geneva Symphony Orchestra performs pieces from movies.
It's always been bicycling with a pie-at-the-end twist, but behind the scenes, the Janesville Morning Rotary's annual Pie Ride gets a little logistical help on the long-running bike tour from a few good amateur radio buffs.
Valve recently decided to let almost any game be sold on its digital storefront, Steam. It was the right decision to make, writes Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee.
Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick enjoyed a recent trip to Good Food Low Carb Café on Madison's east side, taking the opportunity to check out the eatery's popular zoodle bowls.
‘Persona 5’ is a game about changing the hearts of corrupt and evil people, but a large part of the game accurately simulates high school living, writes Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee.
The Four Dishes made their way to Delavan recently to indulge in the Sunday champagne buffet at the Frontier Restaurant at Lake Lawn Resort.
Organizers hope to raise $7,500 during the first-ever Janesville Jazz Fest on Saturday, June 2, at First Lutheran Church in Janesville. The funds would help to expand after-school programming at All Saints Angelican Catholic Church on Academy Street.
Some fans are upset the upcoming World War II game ‘Battlefield V’ features female combatants and other unrealistic creative liberties. Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee understands their disappointment, and it’s not a sign they’re sexist, he writes.
Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick recently visited Common Ground restaurant in Middleton. The former Branch Street Retreat has reopened as a community space with yoga classes, painting groups and similar activities, all built around the restaurant.
UW-Whitewater's public events director dishes about her favorite ice cream flavor, how the school determines what art exhibits/shows to bring in and what she would be doing if she wasn't working a UW-W.
Games critics have criticized ‘Far Cry 5’ for being a ‘power fantasy’ and ‘God of War’ for its ‘toxic masculinity,’ but these are two things that make action games so fun, writes Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee.
Kratos and Artreus’ relationship in the newest ‘God of War’ reminded Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee of his relationship with his own father.
The focused, small-plate dinner menu at Madison's Mint Mark, a trendy new restaurant on Winnebago Street, changes frequently, with the chef replacing about a third of the listed items each month, writes Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick.
Milton House used to only know Andrew Pratt’s name and brief snippets of his time in Milton. More will be uncovered during Civil War Living History Days on May 19-20.