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Beneath Lakeshore Avenue

An April 15 virtual program from Neenah Historical Society will invite Neenah residents to learn more about their community’s Native American heritage in a larger history recently uncovered on Lakeshore Avenue. “Beneath Lakeshore Avenue” recounts the findings of an archaeological dig conducted by archaeologists from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee which took place during summer and READ MORE

Emergency Society Hosts 2021 Kitchen Tour Restaruant Style

The Neenah-Menasha Emergency Society’s Kitchen Tour has returned to the Fox Valley after its 2020 hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but avid tourers might have noticed this year’s event looks quite a bit different in 2021. That’s because, to make social distancing possible, the Emergency Society reimagined the tour as “Kitchen Tour 2021: Restaurant READ MORE

Largest Old-Fashioned Ever? Kerrigan Aims for World Record

To celebrate the start of Saint Patrick’s Day season, Kerrigan Brothers winery in Freedom might end up in next year’s Guinness World Records in the most Wisconsin way imaginable. They’re going to mix the world’s largest old-fashioned cocktail. The Fox Valley will watch Kerrigan mix together the massive state-beloved concoction tomorrow as WFRV Local 5 READ MORE

Exhibit Focus: Unraveled. Restructured. Revealed.

Posted on Mar. 9, 2021 by Cody Wiesner

Featuring over 60 contemporary works of art from artists of color, queer artists, and artists with disabilities, the Trout Museum’s exhibit “Unraveled. Restructured. Revealed.” seeks to explore questions of what it means to be diverse in the arts community and beyond. The exhibit, which has a concurrent showing with the Trout’s “Art Is Her” exhibit READ MORE

Intern Intro: Michaela

Meet Michaela — again! Our newest intern makes a spectacular return to Fox Cities Magazine. Name: Michaela M. BranaganAge: 28Hometown: Appleton, WISchool attending: University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Tell us about your background:  I have lived in Appleton my whole life and went to Catholic schools through freshman year of high school. I went on to attend UW-Fox READ MORE

The Place We Call Home

Menasha photographer Christopher Appleby captured this image in early February as the sun was rising one brisk morning. “I had woken up early that day and wanted to get out to see if I could capture the sunrise,” he says. “Downtown Appleton is typically very beautiful and I felt the sunrise would make it that READ MORE

Safe Hotel Staycations in a Pandemic Winter

For a safe, relaxing weekend getaway both indoors and away from home, two hotels have got you covered. As the coronavirus pandemic reaches its one-year mark, many are feeling stir-crazy and would love to get away, even just for the night. The pandemic, combined with the long winter season limiting their options, has people fleeing READ MORE

Songs for a New (Virtual) World

Vintage Theatre, a Fox Cities-based nonprofit theater company, will present the musical “Songs for a New World” this spring.  The performance will be filmed and made available as a video feature from March 24 through 31. Viewers will be able to purchase tickets anytime during the run dates and can enjoy the performance from the READ MORE