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The “Finding Dory” tidal wave overwhelmed the sputtering sequel “Independence Day: Resurgence.”
The three-day Shake the Lake music festival at Lake Lawn Resort in Delavan is set for Friday, July 29-31. Part of the proceeds will go to the Tree House in Elkhorn.
Rich Woolsey was born in Rockford, Illinois, grew up in Beloit, and spent seven years in Cleveland working for a chauffeur company. Cavaliers players, including LeBron James, among numerous other famous people, were some of Woolsey's clients.
Monona's Waypoint Public House is the latest restaurant from the group that brought the Free House Pub to Middleton and Flying Hound Pub to Fitchburg.
Freedom Fest is billed as a celebration of family, God and country. The event allows the church to express its love for the whole community, and especially for the “least of these” who might not be able to afford a day at an amusement park or a concert.
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.
King's X, 7:30 p.m. Sunday, June 26, High Noon Saloon, 701 E. Washington Ave., Madison. Tickets: $25-$35. Call 608-268-1122.
The hard rock trio King's X has released 11 studio albums since its debut in 1988. The band has...
The Janesville native and Door County art entrepreneur dishes about her favorite artist, her stance on skydiving and shares the strangest questions she's ever been asked about art.
Having seen at E3 what's in store exclusively for Sony's console, Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee thinks he will soon have to buy a PlayStation 4 of his own. Here are upcoming PS4-only games he's excited for.
Summerfest, the Big Gig … whatever you want to call it, runs from June 29-July 3 and July 5-10 this year at Henry Maier Festival Park on Milwaukee's lakefront.
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