Kenosha’s live music scene is not only impressive, it’s resilient. Determined to bring forth the healing power that only sweet tunes can do, local musicians and venues are working overtime to bring back what so many of us have been missing since almost the turn of the New Year: Live music.
Indian Trail High School didn’t have to go far to find its new varsity baseball coach. Kenosha native Marty Pitts Jr., was named to the job on Wednesday, according to Eric Corbett, the school’s athletic director
Are you embarrassed to wear shorts because your legs are bruised? Are you afraid to wear short-sleeved shirts because your arms are sliced up? Do you need a SWAT team to clear your path each time you enter your home?
With the passing of Ray Forgianni, Kenosha lost an icon. As Kenosha’s unofficial foodie and longtime City Planner, Forgianni was persnickety about both roles. That insistence on quality had an impact on the community that will serve us for generations.
Anthony Perrine is prepared for whatever else 2020 might throw at him. Perrine, owner of Lou Perrine's Gas & Grocery at 5145 Sheridan Road, is facing a steep decline in business as a result of the devastating coronavirus pandemic that hit in March.
While many local residents remained locked inside their homes — living in fear and uncertainty over rioting, social unrest and a pandemic — Kenosha natives Marie Goff and Charles Heide were perfectly at ease on the steps of old Kenosha High School.
Equipped with just a skateboard and smartphone, Kenosha resident Koerri Elijah is producing a vital and viral video record of the city’s historic unrest following the controversial police-involved shooting of Jacob Blake last month.
In a year we’ve come to expect the unexpected, Jerry Smith Pumpkin Farm hopes to deliver a sense of normalcy, along with tradition, for the start of its 45th season. For hours and pricing, please visit jerrysmithfarm.com.