A collection of Janesville-made farm implements, including Samson tractors, will be featured at this year's Rock River Thresheree Reunion.
The supervisor at Janesville Senior Center talks about popular programs, whether or not ghosts are real and what she would like to learn if she had the opportunity.
Jim Lyke's production of "When I Go," an original play that focuses on the topic of suicide, runs Aug. 22-25 at the Janesville Performing Arts Center.
Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick enjoyed most of what he tried at Bar Corallini on Madison's east side, but one particular entree proved to be a letdown.
Milton's annual Arts & Crafts on the Lawn draws a wide variety of those who practice the arsty-craftsy arts—including a local firefighter who stumbled into arts and crafts while making some decorative wooden flags for fun.
Faced with a long wait on a Friday night, the Four Dishes took advantage of Shopiere Tap's outdoor seating for faster service and a delicious meal of comfort foods.
Director Jim Tropp guarantees children will “absolutely love” the Rock River Repertory Theatre Company’s upcoming production of Disney's “Frozen Jr.”
It took Bill Livick nearly two years to visit Taiwan Little Eats on State Street in Madison, but The Gazette's restaurant reviewer found the wait to be worth it.
Janesville artisan Fred Frommelt will be among the artists taking part in the 62nd annual Tallman Arts Festival on Sunday, Aug. 4, at Lincoln-Tallman House in Janesville.
"Alice in Wonderland Jr." runs from Aug. 8-11 at the Janesville Performing Arts Center, 408 S. Main St. More than 60 kids from Janesville and the surrounding areas will perform in the production.
The Four Dishes dug into some homestyle American comfort food during a recent stop to Sophia's Family Restaurant in Roscoe, Illinois.
The Janesville native turned Tennessee musician talks about his first concert, missing cheese curds and shutting down rock star stereotypes.
Rotary Botanical Gardens is celebrating its 30th anniversary with a garden in full bloom and the chance to win an SUV on Saturday, July 20.
Along with its modern, minimalist atmosphere, The Heights in Madison impressed Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick with a menu highlighted by high-quality ingredients--most locally produced.
Youth actors and actresses from several area school districts are preparing for the upcoming Janesville School District summer school production of "42nd Street."
The Gazette's restaurant review team The Four Dishes found great tastes and charming atmosphere at Edgerton's Cafe on Main.
The renowned vocal performer talks about parental music influences, performing karaoke and what he has left to accomplish in his career
Sometimes you just want a great pizza in most casual place you can find. If that's your situation, Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick believes there's no place better than Famous Yeti's Pizza in Stoughton.
Janesvillians have myriad opportunities to listen to live music, eat delicious food and gaze at fireworks this week at Freedom Fest and Independence on the Rock.
Housed inside Beloit's Goodwin Boutique Hotel, the Velvet Buffalo Cafe proved to be a true treat in both taste and atmosphere during a recent visit by The Gazette's restaurant review team, The Four Dishes.
For 11 days each summer, the city of Milwaukee welcomes crowds of thousands to its lakefront as it hosts the crown jewel of the summer music festival circuit--Summerfest.
Experiencing the thrill of golfing at Pebble Beach, Torrey Pines, Pinehurst No. 2 and Bethpage Black right in Rock County might not be hard as it sounds.
American pride will be on display when the Badger Chordhawks Chorus and the Beloit Janesville Symphony Orchestra each host a series of patriotic concerts in late June and early July.
Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick found a lot to like during a recent visit to Freshfin Poke, one of a half-dozen poke restaurants that have opened in Madison in the last few years.
Suggestions from friends and family draw The Four Dishes to Rockford, Illinois, for a visit to Garrett's for dinner. The picturesque location and fine food left them feeling satisfied.
"The Great Plan of Happiness," presented by Stage One theater company, will debut at the Janesville Performing Arts Center on Friday, June 21.
Remote control aviation typically focuses on vintage planes, but a fly-in event planned this Saturday will focus more on vintage pilots.
The local theater director and Stage One founding member discusses hanging with Jerry Garcia, the importance of blocking in theater, and getting a thumbs up from Roger Ebert,
Pricier entrees aside, Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick enjoyed his dining experience at Lake Edge Seafood Company, a new restaurant option on Monona Drive in Madison.