Archives: April 2014

Going Gray

Hot Color Creates a Whole New Palette for Interior Design By Sean P. Johnson The Fox Cities have gone gray. It has nothing to do with the weather, Baby Boomers or an aging population. Instead, the gray overtaking the Fox Cities is part of a hot new color palette taking root with residents, remodelers and READ MORE

A Learning Experience

Janice Quinlan has glimpsed the library of the future. She sees it in the morning, when the children’s area is packed with parents and youngsters taking part in reading and literacy programs. She sees it in the afternoon, when adults congregate in the library’s conference rooms for programs ranging from book clubs to discussion groups. READ MORE

Navigating Through Cancer

Area resources assist patients, families By Amy Hanson Shock. Anxiety. Disbelief. Depression. A cancer diagnosis can lead to a flurry of emotions. Kimberly Demeny is all too familiar with those feelings. Her husband, Michael Hermes, lost his battle with cancer on Aug. 14, 2012. After being diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma in 1992 and beating it, READ MORE

Food for Thought 2014

A Surge of Artisan Cooking Moves into the Fox Cities By Sean P. Johnson The Fox Cities restaurant scene is always a work in progress. If the comings and goings of the past year tell us anything, it’s that it can change at a moment’s notice. It always offers something new, though, and this year READ MORE