Archives: April 2024

“Burning Off The Fog”

Posted on Apr. 1, 2024 by Grace Olson

Kevin Abing was recently on an early morning walk where the Fox River connects the Little Chute and Kaukauna trails at the Nelson Family Heritage Crossing when he noticed the sun directly below one of the bridge lights. “(Then) I noticed the perfect angle of the bridge—roughly 125 degrees—the balance of water showing on each READ MORE

Samantha Retzlaff

Posted on Apr. 1, 2024 by Grace Olson

Art medium(s): I am solely a natural nail artist. I don’t do tips, dip or acrylic nails. I only work with gel polish and structure gel. How do you describe your art? My art ranges from feminine and romantic to random and detailed depending on the client. From seasonal designs to bright and abstract, my READ MORE

Brunch Cocktails

Q. I love mimosas, my boyfriend loves bloody marys. Are there other “brunch cocktails” that are easy to make at home? —Shelley, Little Chute A. While brunch cocktails have been around for years, it seems they have accelerated in popularity in recent years. When considering a suitable cocktail to accompany your brunch, which most consider READ MORE