Inspired by her time living in the third-largest city in the United States, author Nanci J. Mortimer is bringing Chicago to life in her new children’s book,
Kao Kalia Yang, an award-winning author and one of the first Hmong-American writers whose work has received national attention, will speak about her latest book at UW-Eau
Museum to host dance event
Menomonie — Charles Matson Lume uses tangible and ordinary things in an attempt to connect with the intangible and extraordinary in his new art exhibit at UW-Stout.
EC library to host spring break events
From getting lost to speed traps to scams, a lot can go wrong on a road trip vacation.
When Josh Mozingo found out he was going to be a parent, he began digging for insights and information to help him on this new journey.
An upcoming concert by The Master Singers features new works and a message of diversity and inclusion.
A video created by three UW-Stout students in the class Introduction to Video has gone to the top of its class.
An Eau Claire native is making his way back to his hometown to share some of his stage and music skills with locals.
An upcoming Eau Claire Chamber Orchestra concert will pay tribute to UW-Eau Claire former Chancellor Leonard Haas.
Readers are sought for the 11th annual International Poetry Reading in May at UW-Eau Claire.