WALWORTH COUNTY SUNDAY -- So the summer of 2014 hasn’t been a scorcher so far. But that hasn’t cooled enthusiasm for sand and sun at beaches around Walworth County.
“Popular music is the soundtrack of our individual lives. Anything that ever happened to you, good or bad, was scored with the music you listened to.”
-- Dick Clark
JANESVILLE MESSENGER -- Dick Clark, longtime host of “American Bandstand,” said it best when he referred to music as “the soundtrack of our lives.” Who among us hasn’t flashed back in time when we hear a song that epitomizes a certain time in our life?
“I know I always watched that show -- it was our MTV before there was such a thing,” said Cindy Halpren of Janesville. “Still those songs come on now and I can remember exactly where I was and what I was doing. And going to concerts was always a big thing in the summer.”
WALWORTH COUNTY SUNDAY -- The barrister tallied the aces in the nine-round match and made sure the audience was involved, allowing them to twice decide the striker’s fate.
And even though strikers knocked the apple around and stepped on the dish, the match got serious when women cranks let the ballists adjust their uniforms.
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Translation: The umpire kept score in the nine-inning game and twice asked the crowd to make the safe or out call for runners at first base. Batters hit the ball and many runners crossed home plate, but female fans decided whether players could roll up the sleeves of their extremely warm jerseys.
STATELINE NEWS -- For those who don’t live here, Beloit can be a city of surprising attractions. Community-made public art, historic buildings and a beautiful riverfront are just some of the treasures awaiting intrepid visitors.
Tucked in an old church alongside the river is another local gem: the Angel Museum. A feature of numerous tourism books and websites over the years, this unique attraction continues to draw attention even as it strives to thrive in changing times.