The Blackhawk Chapter of the Antique & Classic Boat Society is hosting a two-day show at the Abbey Resort and Abbey Marina in Fontana on Geneva Lake.
The Blackhawk Chapter Geneva Lakes Boat Show is an annual event at the Abbey Resort.
Fine Arts at First will kick off its 10th season Sunday with a performance by an internationally acclaimed duo.
Canadian pianist Winston Choi will perform the “Ballade” by Claude Debussy, “Traced Overhead” by British composer Thomas Adès and “Ballade No. 4, Op. 52” by Frédéric Chopin in the first half of the program before he is joined by his wife, violinist MingHuan Xu, in the second portion of the concert.
The Kenosha Festival of Cartooning is so much more than funny.
This year’s festival continues its partnership with the Kenosha Public Museum with a series of family-friendly events today and Saturday, including an exhibit of original cartoon art, presentations and discussions by renowned professional cartoonists, and a charity auction of original comic art and ephemera.
Big Star “No. 1 Record”
Is it starting to become a trend? Musicians moving from bigger areas to make their career in Kenosha, that is.
A while back, the criminally underappreciated Brent Mitchell left Texas with his Grammy nomination for songwriting and settled in here in Kenosha.
Thirsty Kenoshans of German descent — and beer lovers from everywhere — will be seeking what the Germans call gemutlichkeit, or that warm fuzzy feeling of camaraderie, when Oktoberfest returns to the Kemper Center on Saturday.
“It’s the 10th Oktoberfest,” Steve Schneider, the festival chairman, said. “It’s really grown over the last five years. It’s worked well.”
Carthage College Theatre is turning a Shakespeare classic on its head with a clever and absurd Tony Award-winning comedy, opening today.
“Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead,” by Tom Stoppard, tells the tale of “Hamlet” from the bewildered perspective of two incidental characters, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern. The play follows them as they weave in and out of Hamlet’s troubled life, trying to make sense of their own.
Ariana Grande, “My Everything” (Republic)
One of the things I like the most about the Kenosha music scene is that it’s a good community of bands.
By that I mean that a lot of them work together for the greater good.
Racine and Kenosha authors will have their books available for sale from 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday (Sept. 20) at the Racine Arts Council, 316 Sixth St. in Racine.
Six poets and authors will give readings — including Kenosha Poet Laureate Jean Preston; Kelsey Marie Harris; Dan Nielsen; Nick Demske; Marcie Eanes; and Kelsey Hoff — and many more will be present to sign their books and meet with readers.
Thursday (Sept. 25):
8-9 a.m.: WGTD 91.1 FM’s Greg Berg will interview festival guests Jeff Keane, Lincoln Peirce, Scott Stantis, Todd Clark, Rick Stromoski and Terri Libenson on “The Morning Show.” The program also will be streamed live at www.wgtd.org and via the TuneInRadio app.
Comics are more than the laughs they generate.
The art form has been making statements for decades, and the Kenosha Festival of Cartooning is once again celebrating the work while telling its stories.