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Little Songwriting Monsters

Collaboration continues with Dark Songs 2014
By Alyssa Skiba
For the sixth straight year, The Holiday Music Motel will bring together musicians from all walks of life to collaborate in creating ghoulish, dark and strange tunes in honor of Halloween.

Trotting for Turkeys

Annual run celebrates community
By Alyssa Skiba
After the Halloween costumes and face paint have been put away for another year and the trick-or-treat bags have been emptied, the attention of many turns to the next holiday — Thanksgiving.

Musical Stylings at Shepherd of the Bay

The Electric Jazz Orchestra returns in concert to Shepherd of the Bay Lutheran Church on Nov. 1 at 7 pm. The Electric Jazz Orchestra (EJO) has performed a number of times at Shepherd of the Bay.

“The Look”

"No Exit" returns to The Depot
For the second time this year, Rogue Theater will bring the 1944 existentialist play No Exit by French philosopher and playwright (and novelist, screenwriter, political activist, biography and literary
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Chris Ashley, Judy Surges, Bev Massey and Vikki Saballus of the Hide Side Boutique get into the Halloween spirit for this past weekend’s Jack O’ Lantern Days in Fish Creek....more»

A Capital Experience

Jim Lundstrom
Lucky for all of us, I caught myself before starting this piece with something to the effect of, I remember back in the good old days... "Wow," I thought after catching the nostalgic faux pas, "when did ...more»

Congratulations to Deb Wiegand and Shelley Peterson

Door County Coffee & Tea Co., Carlsville
Just past the winery on Highway 42 in Carlsville Sits a little shop and café called Door County Coffee & Tea, Co. And on this early weekday morning within the shop’s doors Deb and Shelley go ...more»

Manners Matter

Mary Pat
Dear Mary Pat, I met a girl at a coffee shop recently and really liked talking to her. I noticed she had a bike rack on her car, so I asked her if she would want to go for a bike ride some time....more»

Overheard and Pet Peeves

Are there tid-bits of conversations you’ve heard while standing in line at the grocery store, serving a table, or walking down the sidewalk that make you smile, cringe or laugh out loud?...more»


What vegetable was traditionally carved before the pumpkin?...more»
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