Weekly Round-Up

A little magic, a pinch of local music and a super sweet seasonal reopening are just a taste of what this week's round-up is made of.

Feeling like a road-trip? Head south to Madison to check out the MMoCA's latest exhibit, Houdini: Art and Magic. Make sure to note the handcuffs on loan from The History Museum at the Castle! (Psst. The History Museum is offering free admission on Leap Day.)

Open That Bottle Night is tomorrow! Will you be celebrating? Contact us and share your stories!

A local favorite, Cory Chisel, will be giving a live performance at Three Three Five in Green Bay on March 3.

Feeling festive? Applications are now available for the 2012 Appleton Memorial Day Parade.

The schedule of films for the Wildwood Film Festival is now available! The Festival is being held at the Fox Cities P.A.C. on March 3.

Photo courtesy of Wildwood Film Festival

Don't forget to mark your calendars for the 2012 Green Bay Film Festival coming March 23-25.

It's official. When Cherry On Top Ice Cream Shop opens on March 1, that means summer is nearly upon us. How sweet!

Seth's Coffee in Little Chute is offering their first-ever Coffee Education & Tasting on March 13. Listening to these guys discuss beans is like learning about wines from a sommelier.

So the game of kubb (pronounced koob) is taking off, so much so that there's a Fox Valley Kubb club! Have you ever tried it?

Some of the FCM staff tried out the new Vietnamese/Thai restaurant in Appleton, Basil Cafe (1513 N. Richmond St). The verdict? Pho-nomenal! Lots of pho (their specialty), noodle and rice dishes. Plus, you can order a young coconut and drink the nectar straight with a straw. Just the thing for a snowy weekend!