Nina’s Department Store has been in our family for four generations. My great grandfather, Harris Marcus, started the business. He was an immigrant from Russia.
Husband and wife team Heidi and Julian Zepeda will appear on the ABC show “Project Pitch It” this weekend, to pitch their hand-made tortilla business out of Lone Rock.
Keg & Kettle, a Lone Rock bar, was featured on comedian Charlie Berens’ “Manitowoc Minute” March 2 video segment.
Okay, so I sincerely doubt that Miss Antoinette actually proclaimed the peasants of the third estate should be allowed to brunch (Fun Fact: she also never said her infamous “let them eat cake” line but that’s a story for another time.) Anywhoo, I do imagine that the French monarch loved herself some brunch—something her and I would have in common.
Local favorite and New Auburn, Wisconsin native Michael Perry and his band, the Long Beds, have released a new single, ‘Forty Acres Deep’. A music video accompanies the new single, visually telling a dark and familiar story that draws the listener hopelessly in.
Brewhaha coffee, headquartered in Spring Green, is now available in Woodman’s Food Market stores throughout the Madison and Milwaukee area, as the coffee roastery is expanding the stores that offer its local whole bean blends.
The Lone Rock Bistro and Tap Room opened recently in downtown Lone Rock, offering different local tap beers, elevated American style food and cocktails. Valley Sentinel had the opportunity to ask some questions of Head Chef and Kitchen Manager, Justin Scofield, to introduce the restaurant.
In response to a column published in last week’s Valley Sentinel speculating about Santa’s Christmas Eve stops at breweries in Wisconsin, Lake Louie Brewing submitted the following letter to the editor.
The “It’s a Wonderful Life” inspired theme outside The Opal Man, who was announced as the first place winner of the Spring Green Area Chamber of Commerce Tinsel and Lights decorating contest. Pamela’s Fine Jewelry won second place and Silver and Star B&B Inn won third.
Valley Sentinel asked local businesses participating in RV-Opoly how the event, COVID-19 and shopping local impacts their business.