It’s been a rewarding summer for Carthage College Professor Eduardo Garcia-Novelli and the Carthage Choir.
LOS ANGELES — Nearly 40 years after first forging their friendship while working together on the nighttime soap “Knot’s Landing,” actresses Joan Van Ark, Michele Lee and Donna Mills are now more than just friends — they’re a sister act.
“Game of Thrones” took the spotlight once again at the Emmy nominations, but not everyone went home happy.
LOS ANGELES — Keegan-Michael Key is living the acting dream by being part of two major movies hitting theaters only weeks apart.
LOS ANGELES — What a Beatle wants, a Beatle generally gets, even when it may require a bit of harmless subterfuge, as proved to be the case Saturday during Paul McCartney’s sold-out final U.S. stop on his 2019 Freshen Up tour.
NEW YORK — In 1964, Stanley Kubrick, on the recommendation of the science-fiction author Arthur C. Clarke, bought a telescope.
Lost in history to many in the Kenosha area is that Kenosha once hosted the Miss Wisconsin pageant — 60 years ago this week.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — Country rock band Confederate Railroad has been barred from performing at an Illinois state fair because of its use of the Confederate flag, setting off a firestorm by southern Illinois fans who believe they're under Chicago liberals' thumb of political correctness.
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — Theirs was a gentle friendship forged in the cozy confines of an eco-friendly Nissan Leaf, the electric car that serves as a roving setting for bromance in the new action-comedy “Stuber.”
EAST TROY, Wis. (AP) — Willie Nelson, John Mellencamp, Neil Young and the Dave Matthews Band will headline Farm Aid 2019 when the music and food festival visits Wisconsin's dairy country in September.
There is absolutely no reason to catch a ride with the nasty, brutish and shrill “Stuber,” a horror movie about our current American nightmare of late capitalist economics and unchecked law enforcement masquerading as an “action comedy.”
New DVD releases on July 16 include:
NEW YORK — It pays to have one of the biggest lead-ins ever.
While Mick Jagger and Keith Richards are asking as much as $500 to experience the Rolling Stones this summer in massive football stadiums, their former bandmate Bill Wyman is showing his home movies of the world’s greatest rock ‘n’ roll band at a theater near you for about $10.
Anyone who saw “Avengers: Endgame” knows the serious casualties of the galactic battle with Thanos. You can add one more superhero to the list of those who have taken a serious beating because of the movie: Spider-Man.
New DVD and Blu-ray releases for July 9 include tales of Gotham City before Batman:
Your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man has a new spring in his step.
After the success of his directorial debut, last year’s defining horror film “Hereditary,” there’s almost impossibly high expectations swirling around writer/director Ari Aster’s sophomore feature “Midsommar.”
Summer’s here and the time is right to watch these noteworthy programs premiering in July:
LOS ANGELES — Toys continued to dominate the box office for a second consecutive weekend, with “Toy Story 4” maintaining its position at the top of the charts and “Annabelle Comes Home” landing in the No. 2 spot.
Unique and bizarre holidays on the calendar this week include:
“Yesterday,” Danny Boyle’s music-themed comedy about a struggling musician, Jack Malik, who wakes up to find that The Beatles have been erased from history, is one of those movies that will divide audiences into two kinds of people.
Wherefore art thou, Romeo?
“Chalk on the Walk” — a free event encouraging children to create chalk art on the North Pier on Simmons Island — is back Saturday.
If this keeps up, I may have to learn how to pronounce “Antetokounmpo.”
Kenosha’s Betsy Ade was in Monday night’s first “cross battle” on NBC’s “The Voice,” going up against Kim Cherry from Blake Shelton’s team.
Jessica Baker, a University of Wisconsin-Parkside student, is enjoying a lot of “firsts.”
Betsy Ade — our local contestant on NBC's "The Voice" — may have switched teams, but she's still focused on the singing.
The second annual Downtown Hop Around is April 13, featuring dozens of downtown Kenosha businesses handing out treat-filled Easter eggs and other surprises to children.
I don’t need much prompting to feel old these days, especially when interviewing high school students, but the great divide between my own teen years and the present really hit home at a rehearsal for “Ghost: The Musical.”
We tried to be tricky, but our Kenosha News readers are just too smart ... or maybe they watch too many holiday movies. (Be careful; that could lead to a dangerous peppermint addiction.)
Kenosha Crossword for December - It's All Downhill From Here
Today is the final day of this year’s Gallery of Trees at the Anderson Arts Center, 6603 Third Ave.
Looking to pump some adventure into your holiday season?
The Carthage College theater department presents the third annual Vet Night of the Arts, starting at 7 p.m. Monday (Nov. 19).
Two classic American dramas continue this weekend on local stages:
The third annual “All About the Arts” veterans art Show is now on display at the Pollard Gallery, 514 56th St. Members of the public are invited to vote for their favorite piece.
Autumn is a busy time for local theaters, with shows continuing this weekend, plus the world premiere of a show opening next week:
Autumn is a busy time for local theaters, with shows continuing this weekend, plus several shows opening next week:
Fine Arts at First season opens with Estonian choir