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Chance to win free theater tickets

October 18, 2012
Answering a trivia question may earn you a free pair of tickets to an upcoming show at the Young Auditorium in Whitewater. ReelLifeTV, The Regional News' online video guide on where to stay, eat and play, is offering the tickets through its Facebook page. The tickets are for "Cyrano de Bergerac" performed by the Aquila Theatre group. The show is Tuesday, Oct. 23 at 7:30 p.m.
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Political games played by both sides over August emails

October 18, 2012
Political games played by both sides over August emails One of the quotes I recall during my hippie days was one from Thomas Mann. "Everything is politics," he said.

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Count your blessings, remember your tragedies
October 11, 2012
You wonder why everyone is acting so normal.You drive to work and there are other people driving to work who don’t seem to care.Store owners are getting ready for the day. Someone is jogging. Someone else is honking at someone who didn’t notice the light is green.
Badger grad co-produces hit movie
October 04, 2012
You shouldn’t see “End of Watch” just because it’s co-produced by a 2001 Badger High School grad Alex Ott.You should see it, because it’s a darn good movie.I first heard of “End of Watch” a few weeks ago when Alex’s mother, Linda, came into the office.
A night for the birds
But the guests of honor decided not to come
September 27, 2012
I envisioned a scene from “The Birds.”As I walked to the Geneva Lake Museum for the Chimney Swift event last Thursday night, I half expected a few winged creatures perched ominously on telephone wires like they did in Alfred Hitchcock’s movie.Not so.
New skate park gets mixed reviews
Skateboarders love it, former alderman hates the litter
September 20, 2012
Former city councilman Dick Peterson makes no bones about it.He wasn’t a fan of spending money on a new skate park in the first place.“I’m a conservative,” he said.
Why I'm no fun at speeches
September 13, 2012
I’m missing out on the fun.Not a day went by over the last two weeks when I wasn’t asked: “Did you hear that speech last night?”I usually answered no. I watched some of the Republican and Democratic conventions, but not much.
Political discussions hard to have these days
September 06, 2012
I remember a steamy night in Florida.That sounds like the start of a romance novel, but it was actually a recollection of a great political debate.A co-worker and I were there for a seminar. We walked back to the hotel one night from a restaurant, a little tipsy, arguing politics all the way.
Mr. Feeney's lesson is easy to write about, hard to live
August 30, 2012
When I got divorced five years ago and moved to Lake Geneva, I wanted to live simply.I brought along a dozen books, bought a used TV from a friend for $25 and took only a few pieces of furniture from the house I was leaving behind..For awhile, I lived a measured life. I used the library frequently. I purchased the most minimal cable TV package available. It had only 18 channels, but it didn’t matter because my $25 TV set only went up to 13 channels anyway. I bought furniture at rummage sales.
Additions, corrections, trivia
August 23, 2012
For a long time, we’ve published generic arrest reports.They usually went something like: “A male subject was arrested for shoplifting at Target.”That wasn’t very informative. Besides “subject” is police jargon.
A Ryan flashback: Play forward the what if game
August 16, 2012
EDITOR’S NOTE: The following column first appeared in the Regional News April 4, 2011. While the subject matter is putting the cart before the horse, it nonetheless seemed timely.Wisconsin’s own Paul Ryan could be president some day.
Blending Mayberry, modern realities
August 09, 2012
I went to a minor league baseball game the other night.After I paid by credit card, I noticed the senior rate was $1 cheaper.“Just take $1 from the register,” someone told the ticket seller.
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