I am happy to announce that my nonfiction book, “Death Beyond the Willows,” is back in print. Here is what it's about.
I was fascinated to read today's Gazette story about the blog that Mark Dwyer writes for Rotary Botanical Gardens in Janesville.
I'm updating readers on a resident's complaint that the many oak trees in Janesville's Vista Park drop too late to get gathered in during the city's leaf collection schedule.
We might not need new punctuation marks, but we do need more reasons to smile.
This online tool turns plain English into random edu-gaga phrases.
Even though I have been a performing musician, I've always been a little uncomfortable with the hero worship of rock stars.
Aaron Rodgers isn't lighting up defenses the way he did in 2011, but the Packers are still figuring out how to win.
In case you hadn't heard, Oconomowoc and Wisconsin Lutheran combined to score 166 points in their matchup Friday night.
The officials botched an offsetting-penalty situation in San Francisco on Sunday, but the extra third down the 49ers were granted as a result isn't why the Packers lost.
The Rock County Veterans Court program, deerless deer hunters and some kindergarteners' suggestions for cooking a great Thanksgiving turkey round out a selection of the best content from The Gazette in the past week or so.
New Janesville City Manager Mark Freitag, an abandoned Purple Heart and a holiday-event roundup are the topics of some of The Gazette's best content from the last week.
A school performance, some sheepish sheep and a look at present-day “shop” class make up the subjects of some of The Gazette's best content from the last week.