Grand Opera House

General

Fox Cities Dates: Introduction

Posted on Jul. 30, 2018 by Sarah Wells

Dating. Did you get scared reading that word? Did you break out in a nervous sweat? Or rather, did you smile as you thought of a special person in your life? Or remember great memories? Maybe you read it, chuckled and thought, “Dating, what’s that?” Ah, the many feelings and questions about dating. One thing READ MORE

Home Pride

Assisting more than 1,000 families each month, the Appleton Housing Authority (AHA) ensures that all who live in our community have an affordable, sanitary and safe place to call home. The AHA is currently hosting a T-shirt and sticker decal fundraiser through their non for profit, Neighborhood Housing Inc, in an effort to raise both READ MORE

10 Most-Viewed Stories of 2017

Images of faith, odd jobs and A-Z pantry staples dominated in 2017. Here are 10 of the most viewed stories of the year on foxcitiesmagazine.com. 23rd Annual Golden Fork Awards No surprises here – our annual readers’ choice restaurant awards was one of the year’s top stories. Splash City For our annual Swimsuit Issue, we asked prominent local READ MORE

What does the Fox say? Trucking in the Valley

Outside of Wisconsin, a large slice of America may think that the spaces between Milwaukee, Madison and Green Bay are populated by cows. Inside state lines, many Wisconsinites know that those same spaces are filled with another beast: semi-trailers, or “semis.” Last year, there were roughly 4.65 dairy cows to every registered semi-trailer in the READ MORE

A Breath of Fresh Air: High Cliff State Park

Posted on Aug. 15, 2017 by Kate Morton

This past weekend, I went to hike around in High Cliff State Park in Sherwood with my friends Maddie and Chris. What really makes High Cliff unique, along with its aesthetic beauty, is its geological history. The first time I visited High Cliff, I went with my geology class, where we talked about the cliffs READ MORE

Sustainable Gardening in the Fox Cities: SLUG

Posted on Jul. 12, 2017 by Grace Reif

This week, I interviewed the woman who got me into sustainable gardening in the first place: Jenny Hanrahan. Jenny is a rising senior at Lawrence and the garden manager of SLUG, or Sustainable Lawrence University Garden. Jenny and I talked about the ins and outs of SLUG, what it means to be sustainable, and what READ MORE

Introvert’s Guide to the Fox Cities: Camping

Posted on Jul. 9, 2017 by Dan Meyer

With the first half of the summer in the books, you might find yourself looking to branch out from your usual slate of activities to spice up your weekends and vacation days. Sure, you could take up new hobbies or start binge-watching a new show on Netflix (Rick and Morty season 3 comes out July 30!), READ MORE