The Four Dishes decided to try an at-home feast with take-out selections from Riga-Tony's, a ‘Delicatezzi Italiano' located in Delavan.
At The Hive Taproom, a mead house in East Troy operated by Tim Guild, a former fluid dynamics engineer, and his spouse, Ayla Guild, a former large animal veterinarian-turned beekeeper, the mead flows with fizz.
With “Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice,” developer From Software has crafted a true masterpiece every “Soulsborne” fan should experience, writes Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee.
Nile Restaurant has been serving savory Mediterranean dishes from its roomy location on the city’s west side since 2011, writes Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick.
"The Room," an intimate performance center that adjoins Boxcars Pub & Grub, 108 Allen St., Clinton, is gaining a reputation for booking national recording music and comedy acts.
The Anchor's drink slinger talks about her favorite Muppet, getting and giving advice and her favorite and least favorite drinks to make.
At least one gaming site is "disappointed" in the reveal trailer for "Borderlands 3," but it’s OK if the game is more of the same as its predecessors, writes Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee.
The Four Dishes celebrated St. Patrick's Day with a visit to Tavern on Clark in Rockford, Illinois. The restaurant's drinks, food and desserts left The Gazette's restaurant review team wanting more.
Executive Director Edie Baran is encouraging longtime symphony fans and novices alike to attend the Beloit Janesville Symphony Orchestra’s upcoming show, "A Rhapsody in Sound," on Sunday, April 14, in Beloit.
Wisconsin native Chris Kroeze, runner-up on season 15 of NBC's "The Voice" will perform this Saturday in the auditorium at Big Foot High School in Walworth.
Local theater fans who enjoy plays featuring regional references, underlying themes and oft-times overblown accents might want to check out Janesville Little Theatre's upcoming production of "The Dixie Swim Club."
‘Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice’ has a new combat system that makes Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee feel like a ‘Dark Souls’ noob all over again.
Aside from the noise that often accompanies a popular restaurant, Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick found a lot to like about the food and service at Athens Grill in Waunakee.
The Janesville musician discusses pre-gig rituals, his favorite Muppet and where he would most like to perform if given the chance.
With the food truck craze in full swing, diners can now enjoy specialty street tacos and more at one of Beloit’s newest restaurants, truk’t.
Stage One theater company presents Edward Albee's "Three Tall Women" the first two weekends of April at the Janesville Performing Arts Center.
Skylar Stecker, a singer with Rock County roots, says her latest album, "Redemption," is about finding her voice and doing things on her own terms.
Janesville's music scene will feature a bit more tuba and accordion this weekend as the 18th annual Polka Fest gets under way at the Janesville Moose Lodge, 2701 Rockport Road.
A battle pass is coming to ‘Apex Legends’ to give players goals and unlockables to work toward as they play. Here’s what Gazette gaming columnist wants to see in season one of the pass.
Great Italian food, wonderful service and a friendly, gracious host all make Naples 15 in downtown Madison a great place to dine and celebrate, writes Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick.
The Western PlayStation 4 version of ‘Devil May Cry 5’ has censored nudity, which is a growing symptom of the video game industry’s censorship problem, writes Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee.
The Gazette's restaurant review team The Four Dishes stayed close to home on a snowy evening to taste-test the Italian fare at Sam's Pizza in Janesville.
Singer-songwriter Paula Cole, who scored a major hit and a Grammy with her 1997 hit "Where Have All the Cowboys Gone?," brings her show to the Janesville Performing Arts Center stage March 23.
The Beloit Janesville Symphony concert will feature the story of Ferdinand the Bull and other pieces during its "Fantasy Favorites" concert Thursday, March 21, at the Janesville Performing Arts Center.
Nintendo last week unveiled “Pokemon Sword” and “Shield,” the eighth generation of Pokemon games coming to the Switch this year. Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee explains what they need to be the best “Pokemon” games yet.
"Paradise Island," an original comedy by Edgerton father-son team Kevin and Tom Kalhagen, will be performed Friday-Sunday, March 8-10, at the Edgerton Performing Arts Center, 200 Elm High Drive.
The Globe, 209 N. Henry St., Madison, specializes in the cuisines of Nepal and Northern India, but its menu also includes dishes from Thailand, Tibet, Korea, Japan, the Middle East and elsewhere, writes Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick.
It’s hard to see the overlap between fans of symphony orchestras and fans of Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, but the two styles will converge for a concert Saturday, June 1, at the Coronado Performing Arts Center in Rockford, Illinois.
The Parker High School music teacher talks about her favorite musicals, the finest voice she has ever heard and the one item she simply couldn't live without.
On a winter night unfit for a trip out of town, The Gazette's restaurant review team The Four Dishes found a pleasing Mexican feast right in Janesville at Hacienda Real.
The Sounds of Silent Film, an upcoming faculty performance at UW-Whitewater, is designed to broaden perspectives on contemporary music, the show’s conductor said.
Boar & Barrel, a restaurant and cocktail bar on Madison's Capitol Square designed around a “pork-centric” menu, began operating last April in a historic building that previously was home to one of the city’s finest seafood establishments, The Blue Marlin.