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The Delavan Wisconsin Historical Society recently added a window to the past through a series of postcards collected by former Sheriff William J. Cummings, who passed away Jan. 8 at age 93.
The collection was donated by Cummings' wife, Paula....
A holiday tradition, a beautiful new facility and one of the lowliest pieces of classical music known to man. That is what awaits those who attend this year's Choral Union concerts planned Dec. 5-6 at Cargill United Methodist Church in Janesville.
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.
What's the secret to Thanksgiving happiness? The Gazette visited Amy Cleasby's kindergarten class at Roosevelt Elementary School to find out.
For Evan Riley, music is all about community. The Edgerton music teacher has been playing guitar for about 20 years, but the chance to share his passion with others is what inspired him to start a local guitar-playing club. It's called Guitar League, and the laid-back group will allow players to play with together.
Teachers in Janesville now will have their pay linked to performance under a plan hotly debated by the school board Tuesday.
Frank Turner and his band, The Sleeping Souls, are anything but sleepy. The high-energy, post-punk outfit has released six albums since 2007 and tours regularly throughout Europe and the U.S.
A recognized name in Janesville theater, Jim Lyke talks about his fear of needles, why he'd like to play Groucho Marx and how he keeps from getting nervous onstage.
A fast look at a few events going on this week.
Police officers lead a procession Tuesday afternoon of the vehicle carrying the body of a McFarland officer who died in a car accident Monday.
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