Gazette restaurant reviewer Joan Neeno had wanted to visit Deininger's Restaurant in New Glarus restaurant before it closed up in 2013. Kristi's, an eatery with a flair for Mexican tastes, now occupies the Victorian house with the wide porch that sits on the side of a steep hill overlooking the village.
Columnist Jake Magee avoided "Dark Souls" for years because of its reputation for being extremely difficult to beat. He's since given the game a try and writes about how his opinion surrounding the series has changed.
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.
The popularity of vinyl record albums continues to increase as music fans clamor for that deep, warm sound available only in those 12-by-12 packages of shrink-wrapped nostalgia.
A fast look at a few of the things going on in the area this week.
Aretha Franklin is not only the definitive female soul singer of the 1960s but also one of the most influential and important voices in the history of popular music. She will be at the Riverside Theater in Milwaukee on Friday, June 3.
Since February, employees at Voigt Music Center in Janesville have hosted weekly sessions that allow musicians of any age or ability to play music together. The lighted stage was set up with mics, amps and instruments on which artists could shred.
“Expect the Unexpected,” a book by Marshall Middle School seventh-grader Emma Bussan, won first place among the state's seventh-graders for writing and mixed media creativity in the Sigma State Literary Competition.
It’s “Captain America’s” weekend at the box office once again by a large margin, with $72.6 million in earnings.
Laura Schuler comes home from work every Tuesday to the pure, harmonious strains of a men's a cappella group crooning in her Janesville living room.