Monthly Archives: October 2014

Vincent Price: Son of a Pointer

When I was a kid I used to go to the movies on rainy Saturdays to watch double feature horror movies for 50 cents. The best movies (The House of Wax, The Masque of the Red Death, The Pit and … Continue reading

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End of An Era At the Ben Franklin

There was a time, before Walmart, before shopping malls, before the Internet, when Americans did most of their shopping at their local five and dime.  In fact, Walmart’s founder, Sam Walton, got his start owning and operating a Ben Franklin … Continue reading

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Halloween Line-Up

With Halloween falling on a Friday this year, it’s going to be extra fun for all ages.  So, pick out a costume and make a night of it. 5  p.m. Halloween Parade down High Street –featuring the Middle School Band … Continue reading

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Driftless Film Festival – An Interview With Eve

Next week, November 6-9, 2014, the 5th annual Driftless Film Festival (DFF) takes place at the Mineral Point Opera House. We recently caught up with Eve Studnicka, the Director of Operations for this year’s fest. HSB: How are the films … Continue reading

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Weekend Update

It looks like it’s going to be a beautiful and fun weekend. It should be ideal for going to the Bures Berry Patch for your last minute pumpkins, farm fresh eggs and to get lost in their corn maze. Here’s … Continue reading

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