Have you ever had a good idea for a movie? Maybe you haven’t let your imagination wander like that in a long time. But you probably did…once upon a time…when you were a kid. The Sconniewood Youth Film Festival, presented by the Kiwanis Club of Downtown Green Bay, is a growing community event that’s uncovering […]
Six friends from Baraboo, Wisconsin are making waves in the independent music scene playing a fresh sound that’s made them a sought after band. Since releasing their self-titled debut with Partisan Records last summer, PHOX has shown up all over the place. That includes performances at South by Southwest, on Conan, VH1 and a European tour. […]
How do you encourage young people in Northeast Wisconsin to step up and be innovators, leaders and creative artists? Can we show them the untapped talents they already possess? Is there a way to empower students with the confidence they need to take risks, solve problems and see a project through from idea to completion? […]
It’s really not that difficult to hear Christmas music this time of year. What’s hard is hearing the stuff you actually appreciate. The same-old songs starts playing on the radio as soon as we swallow the last bite of Thanksgiving pie. It’s pumped into every store you visit with the hope that your spirit of […]
Caroline Smith’s new record Half About Being a Woman is sassy and soulful. The album is a leap in a new direction for the Minnesota-based singer/songwriter. If you haven’t picked up a copy yet, you can do so when Smith returns to Green Bay’s Meyer Theatre on Saturday, November 16 at 8 p.m. as part […]
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 […]
It’s that common question of nature versus nurture. Is it the surroundings in which we are raised, or something in our DNA that makes us who we are? Many times the conclusion we come to is – a little bit of both. That certainly seems to be the case for Steve March-Tormé. With a biological […]
Are you sick and tried of plopping yourself in front of the TV night after night or can’t remember the last time you and your spouse did something other than dinner for date night? If you said yes to either of these questions, it’s time to experience the grandeur of the Meyer Theatre.
Something big is coming to the area. It’s a strong voice that’s full of soul and sass. Her name is Caroline Smith and she’s bringing her boisterous sound to both the Near Water Concert Series in Green Bay and the Mile of Music festival in Appleton.
You should be kicking yourself for missing the Near Water Concert Series’ free anniversary show. Fort Frances, Hugh Bob and The Hustle, and PHOX put on a rockin’ concert that is a reflection of the music that’s been filling the Meyer Theatre for the past 12 months.