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Church brings Talladega nights to Resch Center

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Brianna Laack, Entertainment Editor
December 5, 2014

A sea of flannel filled the Resch Center Nov. 20 to see Eric Church in concert. “It’s not about yesterday or tomorrow. It’s about today and the people you are with,” Church said during one of his favorite moments of the concert. The concert started at 7 p.m. with two opening bands. Halestorm... Read more »

Ingrid Michaelson stirs up emotions

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Leah Buege, Entertainment Writer
November 23, 2014

Ingrid Michaelson is going to “Be Okay” after her performance at UW-Green Bay Nov. 15. The Weidner Center for the Performing Arts welcomed Michaelson and her Lights Out- Just Stripped Down Tour this past weekend. The concert was opened by special guest Chris Koza of the band Rouge Valley. Koza’s... Read more »

Daphni brings hard rock to Phoenix Club


Katelynn Vlachina, Entertainment Writer
November 22, 2014

The hard rock band Daphni performed a high energy show Tuesday, Nov. 11. The free show was sponsored by Good Times Programming (GTP) and was held in the Phoenix Club. The band is originally from Green Bay. “3 out of our 4 members went to UWGB,” Miranda Freimuth, the band’s lead vocalist, said. Daphni... Read more »

42nd Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition

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Hannah Romenesko, Entertainment Writer
November 22, 2014

The Lawton Art Gallery hosted the 42nd Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition Nov. 13.  The exhibit featured 62 works of art submitted by 40 students at UW-Green Bay. The gallery was open to the public from 4:30-6:30 p.m., with an awards ceremony at 5:00 p.m.  Free appetizers and drinks were available... Read more »

Prepared for Hell: Slipknot and Korn in Madison

Tad Huempfner, Web Writer
November 22, 2014

Thousands of hard rock and metal fans showed up at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison, WI, Nov. 8 to prepare for hell. Slipknot, Korn, and King 810 began touring earlier this year to promote their new albums on the Prepare for Hell tour. Fans certainly did seem prepared as many showed up wearing costumes... Read more »

Comedian Brandon Vestal keeps Phoenix Club laughing

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Katelynn Vlachina, Entertainment Writer
November 17, 2014

Thursday, Nov. 4, Good Times Programming (GTP) sponsored the comedian Brandon Vestal. The show was held in the Phoenix Club from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. He had the crowd laughing with a mix of self-deprecating jokes and poking fun at other things.  The comedian provided the normal jokes about Wisconsin weather,... Read more »

Batty Bash sets scene for Halloween

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Leah Buege, Entertainment Writer
November 6, 2014

The University Union was the place to be to get into the Halloween spirit Fri., Oct. 31. Batty Bash, held in the Leona Cloud Commons from 11:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m., kicked off the day’s festivities. The Commons were decked out with Halloween decorations. From a creepy painting hanging up, spooky spider... Read more »

UWGB students rock out at Set It Off concert

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Katelynn Vlachina, Entertainment Writer
November 1, 2014

With doors opening at 6:30 p.m. and a line stretching from the Corner Store almost to the Leona Cloud Commons, the Set It Off concert started off extremely promising. The show was originally supposed to be held in the Phoenix Club, but was later changed to the Phoenix Rooms. The concert was courtesy... Read more »

Phoenix madness stirs up excitement for young fans

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Leah Buege, Entertainment Writer
November 1, 2014

Phoenix fans flocked to the Kress Events Center on the afternoon of Saturday, Oct. 25 for Fan-Fest and #PHXMadness. Fan-Fest, which took place in the Dick Bennett Gym, featured an inflatable obstacle course, bounce house, basketball, volleyball, face painting, and balloon art for young Phoenix fans to... Read more »

Horseshoes and Hand Grenades takes the Meyer

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Hannah Romenesko, Entertainment Writer
November 1, 2014

Large crowds gathered at the Meyer Theatre to enjoy live folk music and cold brews Oct. 25.  Dead Horses and Joseph Huber opened up for Horseshoes and Hand Grenades while a packed audience danced in front of the stage and drank Wisconsin-brewed beer. Dead Horses performed first with a set of songs from... Read more »