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SOMERS – A summit to discuss poverty in Kenosha and Racine drew 200 people from churches and area agencies to the University of Wisconsin-Parkside Thursday night.
Kenosha’s Congregations United to Serve Humanity’s annual meeting — held jointly with Racine Interfaith Coalition — brought to light what organizers termed is Wisconsin’s “scandal of poverty.”
The Tremper girls volleyball team waited for this rematch for a year.
We spend about 10 hours a day on average in the bedroom. That’s a good part of the day, so why not make this retreat one of the best rooms in the house?
To do the job well, it’s important to understand that bedrooms aren’t just for sleeping. They serve many purposes. Televisions and Internet connections make this room well-suited for a secondary TV monitor and maybe a home office.
The 21st Senate District is a rarity among legislative districts in southeastern Wisconsin in the 2014 election: Voters there have a choice.
Just in time for Halloween, the Racine Theatre Guild’s production of a hilarious spoof of 1930s horror flicks opens tonight.
“The Werewolf’s Curse or Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow” — written by pun-loving Billy St. John — follows Harry Pate, an American student at the University of Lipsync in Rumania, and his vegetarian fiancée, Etta Greenleaf, as they seek a cure for Harry’s wolfman tendencies, like craving rare roast beef and sprouting hair whenever there’s a full moon.