It’s the decision to not interrupt the experience with even a single camera cut that really ties the experience together and solidifies “God of War” as the artistic and cinematic epic it is, Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee writes.
Main Stage Revue, a theater starter group for children that doesn’t hold auditions, will perform its fourth show, “A Cinema Celebration,” on Friday, May 11, at the Janesville Performing Arts Center.
The Anchor's new owner, Kevin Brown, intends to bring the tavern's annual Break in the Weather Party out of its rainy hibernation with a bang, extending the event to a full weekend of festivities, adding more live entertainment and providing additional accommodations for event goers.
Bully Hunters was a faulty campaign to end in-game harassment, and it deserved to implode how it did, writes Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee.
When it comes to Madison's Eldorado Grill, one of the hardest decisions you have to make it whether to go for dinner or wait for its weekend brunch, writes Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick.
The country music supergroup Lonestar returns to Janesville for the first time in four years to perform at the Janesville Performing Arts Center's annual gala, which is Saturday, May 5, this year.
The Franklin Middle School art teacher talks about her first car, the first piece of art she ever created and what she hopes students remember from her class.
Long twilights mean spring is in the air. It’s the perfect time for strolling downtown, and we headed out with a destination in mind: Lark.
Actors from Janesville Little Theater will perform Lucille Fletcher's “Night Watch” from April 20-29, at the Janesville Performing Arts Center, 408 S. Main St., Janesville.
Since “Far Cry 5” launched last week, Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee has read many professional reviews complaining the game isn’t political enough.
Parker High School's "Beauty and the Beast," which premieres Friday, April 13, marks the 100th local production in which Jim Tropp has served as director.
East Asian-inspired restaurants seem to be popping up everywhere around Madison these days. Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick writes that one of the most interesting is Tavernakaya, a sort of Japanese gastropub with inventive recipes for both food and cocktails.
A play adaptation of “1984” is coming to the Janesville Performing Arts Center, and the 1949 story still holds relevance today.
The Janesville percussionist talks about a skill he wishes he had, how the band got its name and his infatuation with cheeseburger wrappers.
Other touring acts in the area include The Decemberists, The Sword and the David Bromberg Quintet with John Sebastian.
What “A Way Out” lacks in quality it makes up for in quantity, creativity and innovation, writes Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee.
The Rock River Valley Carving group offers various open carving sessions in Janesville so people of all skill levels can practice wood carving and wood burning (called pyrography). Some sessions are for seniors while others are open to anyone.
Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee might not be very good at ‘Fortnite,’ but he still has fun playing it with friends.
Spanish cuisine came to Verona last fall in the form of 4 Sisters Tapas Restaurant, an upscale, fine-dining establishment that offers large and small plates designed for sharing.
This St. Patrick's Day, two Irish pubs are partnering with a non-profit charity organization to celebrate the patron saint of Ireland the Celtic way -- with beer, corned beef and music.
For the married couple, art and love have no boundaries. That's why Frentzel, an American Family Insurance agent, keeps a rotating art gallery in the back of her office on the north side of Janesville.
The co-owner of Carousel Consignments in downtown Janesville talks about the stranger items that come into her store, selling to millennials and what she had for supper last night.
A crew of musicians plans to bring a bit of the Irish pub spirit to the Janesville Performing Arts Center, with an afternoon of traditional Irish musical performance to benefit Janesville men’s homeless shelter GIFTS Men's Shelter.
Critics have called for the recently released game ‘Super Seducer’ to be removed from sale, but like any other piece of media, the game has a right to exist, Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee writes.
Wandering around looking for a greasy spoon without the grease? How about cinnamon and caramel rolls, home-basked bread or a 16-ounce cup of coffee with free refills? Look no further than the Wander In, say The Four Dishes.
What often impresses audiences most about Cantus’ performances isn’t the angelic singing—and it is angelic—but rather the embedded themes that turn each concert into a narrative story.
Grammy Award winning recording artist Lisa Loeb will perform at 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 23, at the Janesville Performing Arts Center, 408 S. Main St., Janesville.
For years, certain gaming journalists have been linking video games to real-world violence. Now that President Donald Trump is looking into games’ influence on mass shootings, these critics have reversed their stance, writes Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee.
While the restaurant might not look like much from the outside, and the ambience inside isn't much better, the food quality, portions and service at Chutneys Indian Cuisine on Madison's far-east side make it worth a visit, writes Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick.