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Earth Day, Poetry Month, B2Wins and other weekend events

By Devon Welsh Poem in Your Pocket Day Thursday, 4/18 | UWSP Libraries, Stevens Point/Wausau/MarshfieldApril is National Poetry Month, an...
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Tracy Peterson started Modern Alternatives with services such as halotherapy

When seeking to improve overall health, everyone wants something that does not break the bank and is rooted in a...
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The Cher Show, Brad Emanuel and more this weekend

By Devon Welsh Exhibit Receptions: Piece by Piece / The Vote, White Noise, and Truth Friday, 4/12 | Center for...
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Hmong leader announces run for 85th Assembly District 

A Wausau-based Hmong leader and politician announced he will be running for the 85th Assembly District this fall — and...
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Shift Yoga Studio has been a homecoming for former students of Community Soul Yoga

By B.C. Kowalski It didn’t take long for word to start going around on Facebook, much to the delight of...
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Country women, a spectacular light show, and more this weekend

By Devon Welsh Buckets and Boards Thursday, 4/4 | LuCille Tack Center for the Arts, Spencer  Matthew Levingston and Gareth...
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School board names interim superintendent 

The Wausau School Board named an interim superintendent to start in July.  The board in a special meeting Thursday named...
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Brewery comedy, a duo from the past and more this weekend

By Devon Welsh Brewery Comedy Tour Thursday 3/28 | Mosinee Brewing Company, Mosinee Now in its 11th year, the Brewery...
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Remaining suspects in fatal Stevens Point beating in custody 

Three Wausau area suspects who were wanted in connection with a fatal Stevens Point beating are in custody and facing...
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Driftless Revelers, an antique show and more this weekend

Correction: The print version of this story incorrectly contained two listings from February. By Devon Welsh Wausau Antique ShowSat-Sun, 3/23-24...
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Tune Tots aims to fill a children’s musical entertainment gap

Christopher Ashburn’s career has taken some twists and turns. He played in bands up in the U.P of Michigan. He...
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The Price is Right, Rucksack Revolution and more this weekend

The Price is Right Live  Friday, 3/15 | Grand Theater, Wausau  Having grown up with Bob Barker on my TV...
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The Chocolate Cafe opens as downtown starts thriving

Paul and Kristin Zaal at the new Chocolate Cafe, which opened recently downtown. (Emily Zaal for City Pages.) When Kristin...
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Magic, acrobatics and more this weekend

David Anthony: An Evening of Magic and Hypnosis Thursday, 3/7 | LuCille Tack Center for the Arts, Spencer  If you...
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New trail would connect Wausau and Merrill 

A new trail proposed by a non-profit group would allow bicyclists to travel from Merrill to Wausau and vice versa....
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Long-time furnishing business Graff Mercantile is back after a hiatus

Debbie Graff of Graff Mercantile poses behind the counter of her vintage items and furnishings business. Graff recently relaunched the...
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Illiterate Light, My Fair Lady and more this weekend

By Devon Welsh Ron Artis II and The Truth  Friday, 3/1 | Grand Theater, Wausau  Ron Artis II was born...
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Taste N’ Glow Balloon Fest will happen this year after all

The Taste N’ Glow Balloon Fest, previously said to be in jeopardy, is back on the schedule, according to members...
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Indigo Girls, Pop Rock Orchestra and more this weekend

Beauty and the Beast  Wed-Sun, 2/21-25 | Grand Theater, Wausau  If you had any familiarity with Disney movies, you surely...
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Appeal to county board nomination signatures could be decided this week 

A county board candidate who appealed rejections of some of her nomination paper signatures, leaving her shy of the 50...
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