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2015: A Year's Worth of Memories (Sam Clark)

No contributor has collaborated with me on as many projects, both in terms of writing about music and writing music, than Sam Clark. We’ve played together in at least three bands and we’ve written together for at least three different publications. 634 more words

Taste Test: Best Fish Fry

Central Wisconsin can be very Polish and Catholic at times, but it can be surprisingly hard to find a good fish fry around here. It’s true that you can find fried fish at every supper club, tavern, and family restaurant in the area every Friday night. 633 more words


UW—Stevens Point Creative Piece

From Alma Mater Vol. 1: The Midwest. Available Now!

*UW—Stevens Point*

Welcome to UW—Stevens Point!
Home of WWSP-FM!
I’ll be your host this evening!
Step right up and let’s get right to it! 174 more words


October by Broken Bells

Yesterday Mamaro and I went to Noodles and Company for lunch. This song came on and the usual occurred:

“Remember what they say…”

Riding in cars with boys, a Hot Chip//LCD Soundsystem farewell tour, Georgie Porge, Miiikkeee Willssonnn PARRTTYY!!, that car ride, Stevens Point to Milwaukee and back again, tender smoke, I’m not sure how I got here, but I’m not upset, “We Have Love”, heart-shapes in a crowded room, those girls at the show, so much love in this room and we’re passing the joint now, 143 more words

Local wrestlers to watch this year

The 2015-16 wrestling season is one week old, and already a handful of teams are starting to show they mean business.

At the Schoenherr Duals in Stratford last Saturday, 10 — yes, 10 — wrestlers went 5-0 and another went 2-0 as the Tigers won all five matches to easily win their home dual tournament. 803 more words


SPASH boys look to repeat success

STEVENS POINT – The season after you win a state championship is arguably the hardest time for a team.

But Stevens Point Area Senior High basketball coach Scott Anderson says he knows if players keep the focus on the good — their work ethic and playing a team oriented-style of basketball — they have a chance to continue their success. 575 more words


Book Review: The Animal Keepers

In the spring of 1985, Donn Behnke was a social studies teacher at Stevens Point Area High School in Wisconsin, and already a very successful Track and Cross Country Coach at the high school level. 929 more words