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There’s little better than some warm sun and a cool breeze during an afternoon at the park. The limited slate of potential improvements would include fresh-popped kettle corn and a sno cone.
Table of Contents is a weekly glance of the upcoming Fox Cities Book Festival. Valley Review contributor Megan Paske also serves as a festival volunteer. On Sundays leading up the festival, Megan will provide a who’s who...
They came together to celebrate dances from around the world. But a greater beauty came forth in recognizing the cultures on display were just as much those of the Fox Cities.
If you don’t know Jason Moon, you didn’t play music in this region in the mid 90s through the early 2000s. Now of Arizona, Moon was the go-to man for open mic nights and...
It’s a season that’s far more than Packers football and pumpkin spice lattes.  The leaves are changing to yellows and reds, the cider is percolating and the temperatures will soon get crisp, though still...
A Wisconsin native changed the guitar, changed the technology of recording and through it all, changed the course of music. As an exhibit on the guitar continues at the History Castle at the Castle,...
Appleton is home to Wisconsin’s best fried chicken. So says the Food Network in its online slideshow, “The Best Fried Chicken in Every State.” The Cozzy Corner, located just off College...
The Valley Review’s Weekly Rundown provides all you need to start your week right — a touch of history, some info on what Mother Nature has in store and a game plan to make good use of...
The campfire sing-along is a special tradition among members of the Appleton Boychoir. There wasn’t a fire on Sunday and they weren’t beneath the stars, though they brought their camp music to Pierce Park...
Table of Contents is a weekly glance of the upcoming Fox Cities Book Festival. Valley Review contributor Megan Paske also serves as a festival volunteer. On Sundays leading up the festival, Megan will provide a who’s who...
It was an afternoon rich in culture and full of celebration. In a time of heated rhetoric, it served much as a community declaration: we’re neighbors and all are welcome. Residents...
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