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Johnny Cash tribute, indie artist featured in Grand at Home series

Indie artist Amelia Ford will perform at 7:30 p.m. Saturday as part of the Grand at Home LIVE series.

June 19, 2020

The Grand at Home LIVE will feature a Johnny Cash tribute and up-and-coming indie artist Amelia Ford this weekend. At 7:30 p.m. today, meet the man behind this tribute to Johnny Cash as Grand Director Joe Ferlo interviews James Garner, who will appear on the Grand’s stage in March 2021. Your questions...

Grand at Home LIVE features Sundae + Mr. Goessl

Grand at Home LIVE features Sundae + Mr. Goessl

June 4, 2020

This weekend’s The Grand at Home LIVE includes a cocktail hour and performance featuring Sundae + Mr. Goessl, a musical husband/wife duo. Sundae + Mr. Goessl features award-winning vocalist Kate Voss (Earshot Magazine’s Vocalist of the Year, two-time Seattle-Kobe Vocal Jazz Princess) and virtuoso...

Wisconsin DNR holds free fun weekend June 6-7

Photo by Dave Schlabowske — Biking on the Elroy- Sparta State Trail will be free on June 6-7.

June 2, 2020

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources will host the 8th annual Wisconsin Free Fun Weekend. Park admission fees, fishing license and trail pass requirements will be waived on June 6-7 to encourage Wisconsinites to take advantage of and enjoy Wisconsin’s outdoors. During Free Fun Weekend: No...

Search for gnomes at Paine Art Center, 50% off admission through June 28

Visitors to the Paine Art Center and Gardens can search for more than 100 gnomes hidden throughout the property.

May 29, 2020

While the humans were away, apparently a band of gnomes settled into the Paine estate. After being closed for more than two months, the Paine Art Center and Gardens reopened to the public on May 26. Returning staff have spotted more than 100 of the little bearded men with pointy red hats in...

Paine Art Center and Gardens to reopen May 26 with 50% off admission

The Paine Art Center and Gardens reopens on Tuesday.

May 23, 2020

The Paine Art Center and Gardens will reopen to the public on Tuesday, May 26. Admittance will be by reservation only, and the Paine requests all visitors to bring and wear face masks or coverings indoors. Cost of admission will be 50% off regular rates through June 28, courtesy of Amcor. Jerry Stadtmueller,...

COVID-19 impacts Wisconsin musicians, entertainers

COVID-19 impacts Wisconsin musicians, entertainers

Andrew Haese, Reporter

May 12, 2020

Shawna Nicols, official disc jockey for the Milwaukee Bucks and professionally known as DJ Shawna, flew back to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on March 11 after DJing the Pacific-12 women’s basketball tournament. She was home for only a day and a half, preparing her next set for the upcoming Milwaukee ...

We’ll make it through this … together

We'll make it through this ... together

Allison Russotto, Photo Editor

May 11, 2020

We all know graduation is canceled and some of us don’t get to leave college how we were expecting. There is no walk across the stage, no celebration parties and no closure. But yes, I will still be celebrating and popping a bottle of champagne — even if it’s in the company of my own home. I...

Finding my footing at UW Oshkosh

Courtesy of Kate Sawyer

Kate Sawyer, Columnist

May 6, 2020

I never thought I would be saying goodbye to Reeve 19 from a computer screen, instead of celebrating alongside the A-T team with the ruins of pizza spread around the newsroom. Amid a global pandemic, unique circumstances call for unique solutions. I was not a team member for nearly as long as I would...

Web editor says goodbye

Lauren sitting on the Sage Hall sign, as majority of her Journalism classes were here.

Lauren Reidinger, Web Editor

May 6, 2020

I can still remember my first day walking to classes as a freshman at UWO. I was totally lost on where the labs were in Clow, wondering where I could find time to eat lunch in between 10 minutes of passing time and how I’d pick a seat in a 150-person lecture pit. But I was completely ready for this...

Wisconsin bands bring live concerts to people in quarantine

From left to right, Daniel Saxes, David Stevens and Mike Stevens perform songs from their album “Ted’s Basement” in Saxes’ kitchen.

Sophia Voight, Opinion Editor

May 6, 2020

Mike Stevens, Daniel Saxes and David Stevens of the Milwaukee-based rock band Dropbear Collective settle into their chairs with their instruments in the dimly lit kitchen of the Saxes residence to perform to eager viewers watching through their phone screens. The video quality is grainy, and th...

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