11 Novels to Read if You Love Wisconsin

It’s finally spring -according to the calendar- but we all know in Wisconsin, warmer weather doesn’t always come when we want it to. While we shiver and wait impatiently for spring weather to stick around, why not get to know Wisconsin a little better from the comfort of a few good books? Whether these books […]

Green Bay Singer-Songwriter Kurt Gunn Isn’t Giving Up on Original Music

Can I let you in on a little secret? If you haven’t seen Kurt Gunn perform (and you probably haven’t) you’re missing out. Although he’s a respected veteran of the local music scene, for this performer, many nights the crowd is thin. Well, ‘crowd’ might not be the right word. Chuckling, Kurt tells me “When I […]

14 Places to Get a Mouth-Watering Wisconsin Butter Burger

Here in Wisconsin, we were unsatisfied with adding just one dairy product to our hamburgers. That’s why you’ll find yet another delicious tradition in our state – the butter burger. If you grew up eating these kinds of sandwiches, we’re willing to bet your salivary glands just kicked in and maybe a little bit of […]

10 Ways to Celebrate the 4th in Green Bay That Don’t Go ‘BOOM’

There’s no denying Fire Over the Fox is the main event in Green Bay on the 4th of July, but our family doesn’t really love fireworks enough to brave the parking and crowd chaos of Fire Over the Fox every year. Last year we went to Heritage Hill instead and had a lot of (old fashioned) fun. […]

3 Chances to Enjoy the Work of Local Artists in the Fox Cities and Green Bay This Summer

The artist’s biggest enemy is fear. Fear is what keeps you from taking risks with your work and being true to yourself. It makes you lack the confidence to share your work with others. Fear can even prevent you from doing that work in the first place. In Steven Pressfield’s book, The War of Art, […]

Why You Should Stop Wasting Time and Bring Your Business Ideas to Startup Weekend in Green Bay

Many brilliant minds have come out of Wisconsin. Orson Welles revolutionized the entertainment world. Frank Lloyd Wright changed the way we think about architecture. And even today, Marisa Mayer is making waves in the technology industry. You might be yet another Wisconsinite with an innovative idea. But you’ll never know what you can do unless […]

How to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse in Green Bay

This thing has just begun, and I’m already surrounded in my east-side home. Brain-hungry creatures everywhere. Green Bay will never be the same. What do I do? Where do I go? How do I survive? Hell, how do I kill these things?

9 Coffeehouses to Check Out in the Green Bay Area

On November 13th, 2012, Dunkin’ Donuts announced that 11 new stores will go up throughout Green Bay and Milwaukee. The first restaurant will open in 2014 and the rest will be up and running by 2019. At the end of 2011, 10,083 Dunkin’ Donuts stores saturated the planet and totaled approximately $6.4 billion in sales. […]

Six Great Apple Orchards and Pumpkin Patches in Northeast Wisconsin [Slideshow]

Isn’t fall a lovely season? I think it’s my favorite. I love the crisp days, sweaters and scarves, golden light, and changing leaves. And I love getting the chance to pick my own apples and pumpkins. There’s nothing quite like heading to a farm or orchard on a cool fall day and selecting the prettiest […]

Let Me Be Frank Productions: My Big Fat Pulaski Wedding – The Honeymoon Is Over

Marriage is complicated and full of misunderstandings, but sometimes with miscommunication, hilarity ensues. That’s the case with Let Me Be Frank Productions’ first-ever sequel, “My Big Fat Pulaski Wedding – The Honeymoon is Over.” The lighthearted musical comedy picks up where the wildly popular 2011 production of “My Big Pulaski Wedding” ended. This time, there […]