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The Armory might not be hosting comedy nights anymore, but worry not, comedy fans: The Janesville Performing Arts Center is here to pick up the mantle. The center has announced plans for its first comedic series, titled Comedy on Main. The adults-only series runs six nights from October through May.
This is a listing of local night spots featuring live entertainment. Call the Gazette at 608-755-8258, or fax your listing to 608-755-8349 by 5 p.m. Tuesday. There is no charge. Scheduling changes do occur, so when in doubt, contact the venue before you head out to see a band.
For four days every year, the Rock River Thresheree grounds are transformed into a mechanical wonderland. Threshing machines, restored tractors, steam-driven equipment and machinery line the grounds in a display that marks the best of American ingenuity and design.
Pianist, singer and songwriter Dr. John (whose real name is Mac Rebennack) has been a performer and recording artist since the mid-1960s, and he is considered an icon of the New Orleans music scene.
"Gears of War: Ultimate Edition" has reignited video game columnist Jake Magee's love of online multiplayer.
Steve’s Deli Dog House, 320 N. Parker Drive, Janesville, is in the original Deli Dog House location. It’s not fancy dining, but it’s fine for stopping in and eating a sandwich, restaurant reviewer Joan Neeno says.
Versus Me, a five-piece metalcore band, has fast built a following far beyond its Janesville roots.
The Janesville Performing Arts Center, 408 S. Main St., will host three Creative Kids theater classes for children ages 2 and older starting Sept. 27. Local theatre educator and director Edie Baran and JPAC's new youth choir director, Christopher Smith, will teach the classes, which run for eight weeks.
Guitarist, virtuoso and multi-instrumentalist Keller Williams returns to the Majestic Theatre with a blend of styles that includes folk, bluegrass, jam improvisation, jazz, reggae and various other genres.
DELAVAN—For the next four days, Delavan will celebrate Delavan. Or rather it will celebrate the people whose histories made the city what it is today.
Those people include Native ...
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