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Broadway actress Karen Olivo has experienced life in the big city. These days, she's sharing her knowledge and giving back to the next generation of stars.
This year's Rock County 4-H Fair music lineup stands out for its preponderance of television celebrities.
When Laurie Berkner writes a children's song, she likes to consult her audience first. The resulting tunes have created many passionate young fans.
The Janesville School District has switched gears on its summer school musical, trading the dramatic “Les Miserables” for the Elvis Presley-tinged “All Shook Up.”
Elaine Kanelos, Lake Geneva's first female mail boat jumper, will be in town this weekend to sign copies of her book, “Mail Jumper! The Story of the First Mail Girl.”
“Feed me!” the carnivorous plant named Audrey II demands in “Little Shop of Horrors.” Turns out, Audrey II craves not only blood, but also cold, hard cash.
Milton natives Ben and Josh Calhoun will be back in the Janesville area on Saturday to perform at New Life Assembly of God's annual Independence Day fest.
The orchestra's name might be new, but its patriotic concert in Janesville is a time-honored tradition that will march on through another Independence Day.
Here is a roundup of entertainment news and things to do this week.
Eleven days, 11 stages and more than 800 acts and 1,000 performances. Welcome to Summerfest 2014, the world's largest musical festival.
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