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With Gazette Opinion Editor Greg Peck

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Xtra Points

Local sports talk with the Gazette sports staff

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The Web Desk

Behind the scenes of GazetteXtra with digital content coordinators Andrew Reuter and Dave von Falkenstein

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Fuel and Tires

All about auto racing with Gazette staffer Dave von Falkenstein
Fuel & Tires: IndyCar season finale Sunday
Fuel & Tires: IndyCar season finale Sunday
Dave previews this weekend's Verizon IndyCar season finale and title contenders as well as upcoming NASCAR and Formula One races.
Fuel & Tires: F1, IndyCar, NASCAR in action this weekend
Fuel & Tires: F1, IndyCar, NASCAR in action this weekend
Title races are heating up in IndyCar and Formula One while NASCAR has two races to go before the playoffs.

ProjectLab

A team of do-it-yourselfers share their successes (and failures) on a variety of topics

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Press Start

Video game news, reviews and commentary with Gazette reporter Jake Magee
‘Call of Duty: WWII’ not a series revival
‘Call of Duty: WWII’ not a series revival
Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee was happy to dive back into a first-person shooter with a real global conflict as the backdrop, but "Call of Duty: WWII" isn't the series revitalization he was hoping for, he writes.
Press Start: 'Wolfenstein II' takes two goose steps back
Press Start: 'Wolfenstein II' takes two goose steps back
"Wolfenstein II" takes a couple steps back when it comes to level design and allowing players to tackle missions how they see fit.
Press Start: ‘Shadow of War’ plays with power
Press Start: ‘Shadow of War’ plays with power
"Middle-earth: Shadow of War" expands on the engaging nemesis system that made 2014's "Shadow of Mordor" so fun.

The Hungry Reporter

Cooking and food talk with Gazette reporter Andrea Anderson

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Community Blogs

We the People

Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty. Politics and civil commentary with community blogger John Eyster
John W. Eyster: 500th anniversary of
John W. Eyster: 500th anniversary of "95 Theses"
Tradition teaches that on October 31, 1517, Dr. Martin Luther, posted “95 Theses” on the door of the All Saints' Church, Wittenberg, Germany.
John W. Eyster: The dual significance of October 9
Next Monday, October 9 is a SPECIAL DAY because it is the LEGAL FEDERAL HOLIDAY: Columbus Day AND the FEDERAL OBSERVANCE: Leif Erikson Day.
John W. Eyster: How will Foxconn fare in Wisconsin?
John W. Eyster: How will Foxconn fare in Wisconsin?
John wonders if Foxconn's deal with Wisconsin will become a "transformational step for our state."

Glen Loyd Videos

With community blogger Glen Loyd
Glen Loyd Videos: A Norman Rockwell Thanksgiving
Glen Loyd Videos: A Norman Rockwell Thanksgiving
One of this country's revered paintings depicts Thanksgiving...a magazine illustration by Norman Rockwell.
Glen Loyd Videos: Wisconsin's amazing dancing turkeys
Glen Loyd Videos: Wisconsin's amazing dancing turkeys
What's more appropriate at Thanksgiving than the Amazing Dancing Turkeys I encountered at UW Arboretum?
Glen Loyd Videos: Swans, horses and nature on fire
Glen Loyd Videos: Swans, horses and nature on fire
Glen found nature on fire with color near Janesville.

Truly blessed

ALS patient James Martin shares his journey

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Green Side Up

Garden talk with Gazette community blogger Janice Peterson

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Ask a Poultry Farmer

Advice from a man with sixty years of experience with chickens, turkeys and waterfowl. With community blogger Dale Wheelock.
Ask a Poultry Farmer: How to cook a backyard turkey
Ask a Poultry Farmer: How to cook a backyard turkey
We are frequently asked how to cook a backyard turkey for Thanksgiving.