As part of ongoing renovation efforts, Movies 16 recently installed recliner and high-back rocker seating in 12 of its 16 individual theaters. This comes on the heels adding two self-serve soda machines, improved aisle lighting and flat-screen TVs to display movie titles.
Latin American cuisine is thriving on the Madison dining scene, writes Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick. The latest evidence can be seen in the expansion of Venezuelan restaurant La Taguara, which last year opened a second location on East Johnson Avenue.
Stage One's vice president and resident producer discusses what role he would most like to play, his breakfast preferences and why community theater is valuable to quality of life.
This weekend, Gray's Brewing Co., invites all lads and lasses—and those with no Irish affiliation whatsoever—to its first-ever Blarney Bash at the brewery, 2424 W. Court St.
Some video game developers take their creative freedom as far as they can, sometimes shattering realism for the sake of fun. They shouldn't have to apologize for it, Gazette columnist Jake Magee writes.
Other acts appearing locally include Journey, The Lumineers and Jim Messina.
Night Music is a listing of local night spots featuring live entertainment from Thursday, March 16, through Wednesday, March 22.
It was Wolverine versus King Kong at the box office this weekend, and Kong came out on top.
After a long winter season, The Four Dishes were pleased to find color and life at JMK Nippon in Rockford, Illinois.
These two Australian surf-rock bands are making a splash outside of the land down under.