Here are photos published online and in the print product of the Kenosha News with stories that have run between Jan. 13 and Jan. 16, 2020.
Shows in area theaters include a drama opening tonight at Tremper High School and a Broadway favorite:
When audiences head down the Yellow Brick Road in the Indian Trail High School Auditorium, all the usual suspects will be there: Dorothy, the …
Notable people from Kenosha County, Part I
“On Golden Pond” opens Friday night, running weekends through Jan. 26 at the Racine Theatre Guild.
Local galleries invite visitors to come in out of the cold and enjoy exhibits and other events:
Movie critic Bruce Miller says unlike the 1967 “Doctor Dolittle” which was nominated for Best Picture, this “Dolittle” is a real mixed bag.
American singer Halsey has thanked her fans for being so "accepting" of her vulnerabilities.
Stormzy has admitted he came to terms with the fact that his Grime "forefathers" will be "resistant" towards him.
Glenn Close as cutthroat attorney Patty Hewes and Rose Byrne as her clever mentee Ellen make this a must-see.
Thursday's episode focuses on Miesfeld’s, a family-owned and operated meat market in Sheboygan that's been in business since 1941.