It's hard to scare the owner of a haunted house, but Ann-Margret Naber is still too afraid to be alone in Brodhead's Screamatorium at night.
The Four Dishes stayed close to home this week, sampling the bar fare at Sidelines Sports Bar and Grill (the former Hhffrrrggh Inn) in Janesville.
Lark, a restaurant in downtown Janesville, has been nominated as one of six finalists in a food category of Madison Magazine’s 2020 “Best of Madison” poll.
Sequoia, a new sushi and ramen restaurant that opened in June on Madison's Monroe Street, offers tantalizing flavors and artful food presentations in an upscale setting, writes Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick.
The inaugural event will feature family activities from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the festival street at Janesville's ARISE Town Square. The Gary McAdams Band will be joined by Rock County music icons from 3 to 6 p.m.
Janesville's Noon Kiwanians are making big changes to their annual craft beer-tasting event, now known as OktoberFest of Ale & More.
Tilley's Pizza House in Beloit claims to be the city's first and oldest pizza restaurant. During a recent visit, The Four Dishes quickly figured out why the popular eatery has remained in business since the 1950s.
The Lake Geneva record store owner talks about selecting music for consumers, his favorite Muppet and the challenges independent record stores face today.
Though it tends to be slow in getting orders out, Hering's Lake Ripley Inn in Cambridge boats a menu full of good-tasting food that is well prepared, writes Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick.
Grammy Award-winning "Bubbly" singer Colbie Caillat takes to the Janesville Performing Arts Center stage Saturday, Oct. 12, with a new band, Gone West.
The Gazette's restaurant review team The Four Dishes paid a visit to Fort 88 Smokehouse in Fort Atkinson and came away impressed by the entrees and desserts.
Nick French will direct the Stage One production of Sam Shepard's "Fool for Love" when it premieres Friday, Sept. 20, at the Janesville Performing Arts Center.
Celebrity Chef Ace Champion will present a cooking demonstration Thursday, Oct. 10, at the Armory in Janesville as part of a fundraiser for Delivering Bags of Hope.
The co-conductor of Janesville's Choral Union shares details about his singing voice, what he does in his free time, and what he considers history's most underappreciated piece of music.
Recently opened in a spot that has seen other eateries come and go, 107 State Street didn't necessarily stand out during a recent visit by Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick.
EmiSunshine’s friends forgive her for missing big events. They encourage the 15-year-old country music artist to chase her dreams—and an upcoming stop Sept. 14 in Janesville is on the chase.
The Gazette's restaurant review team The Four Dishes paid a visit to Rock Bar and Grill in Beloit, taking in not only the tastes but also the establishment's history and beautiful natural surroundings.
Today's sidewalk art is a descendant of an old artistic tradition. Learn more about it during Art Infusion on Sept. 7-8 at Firehouse Park, 100 N. Main St., Janesville.
Ian's Pizza, the popular pizzeria with locations on Frances and State streets in Madison, recently opened a third location at the newly renovated Garver Feed Mill behind Olbrich Botanical Gardens on the city’s east side.
As many as eight dragon boats will cut through the waters of the Rock River near Traxler Park as part of KANDU Industries Dragons on the Rock fundraiser Sept. 14 in Janesville.
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.