Are you ready for Halloween?
TOWN OF LINN — A controversial musical concert at Zenda Tap has been canceled after concerns were raised that the performers practice hate speech against minorities and gay people.
How’s your summer been? Peaceful, relaxing, a time to enjoy outdoor activities?
RACINE — Cameron Fair, 22, has had a busy few years.
n What: Downtown Kenosha Pop-Up Beer Garden
I don’t know if we’re officially in the dog days of summer, but I can hear them barking.
NEW YORK (AP) — Willie Nelson has come off his tour because of a "breathing problem."
If enthusiasm can make an event successful, the Downtown Kenosha Pop-Up Beer Garden — kicking off a two-weekend run on Thursday — can’t miss.
You won’t have trouble finding the tall ships when they sail in and dock in downtown Kenosha on Thursday. It should be a dramatic display of tall masts.
EAST TROY, Wis. -- Award-winning country music artist Luke Combs will support Farm Aid at its annual music and food festival on Saturday, Sept. 21, at Alpine Valley Music Theatre, the organization announced today.
It’s been a rewarding summer for Carthage College Professor Eduardo Garcia-Novelli and the Carthage Choir.
Lost in history to many in the Kenosha area is that Kenosha once hosted the Miss Wisconsin pageant — 60 years ago this week.
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.
Unique and bizarre holidays on the calendar this week include:
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
Due to the growth of the Natalie Lee and Shirley Madrigrano Arts Foundation, arts programming at the Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha has expanded.
Theater shows continuing this weekend include:
Theatergoers walked the yellow brick road and encountered the great and powerful Oz to celebrate a piece of Lake Geneva history.
WGTD Radio Theater, now in its 14th season, presents the 114th live broadcast of this award winning series, showcasing the 91.1 Players in “The Enigma Covenant.”
The WGTD Radio Theater, now in its 14th season, presents the 91.1 Players in “Our Secret Sisters.”
The WGTD Radio Theater presents the 109th live broadcast of this award-winning series, showcasing the 91.1 Players in a “mash-up” of two well-known films.