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Quick Spins: Blues, Pop & Alternative

Eric Gales The Bookends (Provogue) www.ericgalesband.com $14.99 “The Bookends” is release number twenty for blues guitarist Eric Gales, standing as evidence to dues paid. Gales is a southpaw who plays with his strings essentially strung upside-down, which give his riffs a sound that is immediately unique. Much like lefty Albert King before him, his riffs […]

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Racine Symphony Orchestra Announces Top Finishers in Annual Young Artists’ Competition

RACINE, WI | February 14, 2019  The Racine Symphony Orchestra is pleased to announce the top finishers in our annual Young Artists’ Competition. Held on Sunday, February 10, the Competition drew high school instrumental students from Racine and Kenosha counties.  The top finisher, Noah Mercadillo performed Haydn’s “Cello Concerto in C.” Second place winner was Sean Steinback on the violin. […]

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A huge music weekend

One of the year’s biggest music nights, Irish entertainment and the Waterford Expo are all on tap in Racine County this weekend. Real Racine has you covered. Great music, great cause. Take more than 50 bands on 15 stages in one evening and what do you get? Thoughts for Food! This annual fundraiser for the […]

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Music for the Kids

There are things to do the kids, things to do for families and things to do for adults in Racine County this weekend. Choose from musical programs, fund-raisers, theater and more. Real Racine has lots of suggestions. Music for the kids. Fairy tales come to life in music at “Tales and Tunes” presented by Southeastern […]

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Pick up the 2015 Guide

Fun is. . .Racine County! The 2015 Real Racine Activities Guide, a 64-page, full-color magazine, emphasizes year-round fun in Racine County. Pick up a free copy at nearly 700 locations, including the Real Racine Visitor Center (14015 Washington Ave./Hwy 20), area businesses, travel centers, airports, train stations, libraries and municipal buildings. Highlights include the county’s […]

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Family Fun in November

We turn up the heat on fun when November rolls around in Racine County. The month includes the start of the winter holidays, theater, comedy and some Thanksgiving traditions. Wrapping up Halloween is “The Werewolf’s Curse or Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow” weekends, Saturday, Nov. 1 through Sunday, Nov. 9 at the Racine Theatre Guild, 2519 […]

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A fun weekend ahead!

This pre-Halloween weekend promises to be as much fun as the Halloween itself. You can participate in a costumed run, early trick-or-treating, live music and even pumpkin chuckin! Come along with Real Racine. Run for fun!! It’s almost here! The 2014 Real Racine Skeleton Skamper 5k, Half-Marathon and Kids Trick or Treat Walk is one […]

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Unique art, last chances

This first weekend of October brings unusual art, relaxation and the season’s last chances for stargazing and terrific Lake Michigan views. Check out what Real Racine has in store for you. Chainsaws and artists. Come see the amazing artists at the 2nd Annual River Bend Nature Center Chainsaw Carving and Art Fair Saturday and Sunday. […]

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Skeleton Skamper Returns Oct. 25

Put on your Halloween costume and start running! The Real Racine Skeleton Skamper Half-Marathon, 5k Run/Walk and Kids Trick-or-Treat Walk is back Saturday, Oct. 25 at the Sealed Air Family YMCA, 8501 Campus Dr., Mount Pleasant. Skeleton Skamper is the only race of the its kind in Southeastern Wisconsin. Get your group together, wear your […]

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It’s Party Time!!

Who doesn’t like a party? This Saturday promises a big one — Party on the Pavement in Downtown Racine. This weekend, you’ll also find fascinating art, live theater, yo-yos and a chance to visit history. Real Racine has your weekend covered with these ideas. Come and party! Racine’s largest street festival is here at last. […]