May 28, 2017
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GO Splash: The price is right!BY JEFFREY ZAMPANTI

If the best things in life are free, local residents will have plenty of live music to cherish this summer.

Nearly every night of the week is covered for those seeking live acts — from pop to rock to jazz to acoustic — at a variety of venues throughout the area. And the best part? The concerts are absolutely free.

GO Splash: Summer movie highlightsBy Moira Macdonald

Ready, set, go! The summer movie season got underway May 5 with “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” and continues through August with plenty of noise, swagger and CGI — and, quite possibly, some interesting movies along the way. Here are some highlights of the summer slate, broken into three helpful categories; note that release dates are tentative and as changeable as Captain Jack Sparrow’s accent.

Line ’em up ... need I say more?

Get Out: Mom’s Day! STAT!By Elizabeth Snyder

It’s Thursday, which means the Mother’s Day clock is ticking.

Sunday marks the 109th year of official Mother’s Day celebrations in America — a tradition that started when Anna Jarvis wanted to honor her mother — so you need a plan ... since apparently you didn’t make that brunch reservation last week and now the restaurant is totally booked at 11 a.m.

GO Splash: The price is right!BY JEFFREY ZAMPANTI

If the best things in life are free, local residents will have plenty of live music to cherish this summer.

Nearly every night of the week is covered for those seeking live acts — from pop to rock to jazz to acoustic — at a variety of venues throughout the area. And the best part? The concerts are absolutely free.

GO Kenosha

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Theater
Extended runs: ‘Joseph,’ ‘Argonautika’ continue this weekendKENOSHA NEWS STAFF

Kenosha Unified wraps up its season in the studio and a biblical musical resumes in Racine. Here is a look at both shows:

What: Racine Theatre Guild’s production of “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat”

Visual Arts
Dorian Gray Art Show is Saturday at Mosquitoe Gallerykenosha news staff

Dr. Destruction’s 33rd annual Dorian Gray Art Show starts at 6:30 Saturday evening (April 15) in the Mosquitoe Gallery, 5511 95th Ave.

Local artist and horror personality Dale “Dr. Destruction” Wamboldt started the event to showcase local artwork.

Travel
Foraging for food trends: Trade show buffet is a tasty samplerBy MARY BERGIN

The largest buffet that I try to sample every spring is at the National Restaurant Association’s trade show, which shows off what’s new in every aspect of the industry.

That means food concepts with “Shark Tank” exposure and lesser-known, chocolate-flavored hummus. Strawberry ricotta ice cream and multi-grain naan bread. Hemp seeds for salad and hemp powder for protein shakes. International flavors and hot dogs that snap when bitten.

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