Archives: May 2013

Cameron’s Goodbye

We understand that our interns moving on is a natural (and expected) part of the process, but that doesn’t make it any easier… I’m graduating from college in less than a month. I was overlooking my transcript, checking to see if I would actually graduate (I will, thank goodness!), and it said that out of READ MORE

Intern Intro: Rebecca (again)

Our favorite baking intern is joining us for a second summer and, needless to say, the FCM office is stoked! Hello, Fox Cities! Do you remember me? If not, or if this is our first encounter, my name is Rebecca Turchan. I just finished my junior year at St. Olaf College in Minnesota, but I’m READ MORE

Intern Intro: Siri

This UW-Madison junior is home for the summer and we snagged her work with us at FCM. Yay, us! The Basics Name: Sirinda (Siri) Pairin Age: 20 Hometown: Appleton, WI University: University of Wisconsin-Madison, junior Favorite thing about the Fox Cities: I’ve had the same four best friends since I was two years old. We READ MORE

Duck and Cover

Neenah Historical Society’s exhibit, “Take Cover, Neenah! Backyard Family Fallout Shelters in Cold War America,” is on display during the months of May and June… Jane Lang, a Neenah native and executive director of the Neenah Historical Society, was contacted by a fellow resident who told her that they possessed the contents of a 1960s READ MORE

Exploring Ethnicity: Gamelan Ensemble Concert

This Sunday, Lawrence University’s Community Gamelan Ensemble will preform at Lucinda’s in Colman Hall… Anyone who walks across the Lawrence University campus on a regular basis will have heard the strange chimes coming from Colman Residence Hall. With an almost otherworldly sound and a rhythm that may be lost to our Western ears, the many READ MORE

Weekly Round-Up

A classic movie, a new music festival, Mother’s Day brunches and a photographic opportunity are all in this week’s round-up… This, ahem, rather raunchy exhibit may be worth the drive. What do you think of the Oshkosh Public Library’s new website? It doesn’t get better than wine, chocolate and cheese. This printmaking demo is free READ MORE

Exploring Ethnicity in the Fox Cities

The not-so-fine line between tolerance and celebration: the story of ethnicity in the Fox Valley When I was told that I would need to begin a blog series as part of my editorial internship at FOX CITIES Magazine, I honestly had no idea what to write about. I racked my brain to find something that READ MORE