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.
Officials at the Janesville Performing Arts Center are pouring an estimated $300,000 into a new education and outreach space they plan to use as an incubator for local youth theater and musical efforts.
A new Mexican restaurant, Delicias La Oaxaquena, recently opened in a strip mall at 2121 Milton Ave., Janesville. The Gazette's restaurant review team The Four Dishes visited recently and came away highly impressed.
Wally’s Music Fest took a slight detour last year into country music territory, but organizers of the perennial music festival at Milton's Schilberg park decided to switch back to a primarily '80s music-themed festival this year.
The World Health Organization last week officially recognized gaming disorder, which is defined as addiction to video games, as an official disease. Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee has mixed feelings about the decision.
The chef and BTC culinary arts instructor shares his favorite ingredient, his thoughts on cooking shows and details past kitchen disasters.
After hearing great things about Surya Cafe in Fitchburg, Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick and a friend decided to pay a visit to check out this vegetarian hot spot. They did not leave disappointed.
After more than 100 hours of play, Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee has gained every achievement in “Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.” He considers it one of his proudest video game accomplishments.
The fourth annual Civil War Living History Days hosted by the Milton Historical Society this weekend seeks to pull the curtain back on the histories of the suffragist movement, voting rights and equality.
Break out your lutes and lances—the annual Janesville Renaissance Faire returns this weekend for a two-day festival of music, comedy and performance fighting.
Crafted Americana in Lake Geneva promotes its artisan menu by using locally sourced meats, veggies and fruits whenever possible.
Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee writes ‘Detective Pikachu’ is probably the only good video game-based movie he has ever seen.
The man behind all things musical at Craig High School talks about seeing music "click" with students, his favorite kind of ice cream and the reason he quit performing in band in sixth grade.
A variety of healthcare professionals and clinic staff members will take the stage Friday, May 10, for Docs Who Rock, a musical fundraiser for HealthNet of Rock County at the Janesville Performing Arts Center.
Pasture and Plenty, another trendy farm-to-table restaurant in Madison’s progressive culinary scene, opened two years ago on the city’s near-west side.
The internet was appalled by the design of video game icon Sonic the Hedgehog in the trailer for his upcoming live-action movie, writes Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee. The producers are right to change it, he says.
The Four Dishes ventured off to Brookfield in search of a Middle Eastern feast. They found Casablanca, 17800 W. Bluemound Road, and were wowed by the fine flavors and ambience.
The Janesville Velo Club will share safety tips for bicycling with attendees of the second Family Bike Fest from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, May 11, at Harrison Elementary School, 760 Princeton Ave., Janesville.
Recent reports have revealed “crunch” is common for video game developers, leading to ridiculous overtime and stress. The industry deserves better, writes Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee.