- Armed robbery reported at Machesney Park CVS
- Lee Hamilton: President, Congress should work together on military intervention
- Ethnic Parade and Festival Sunday, Sept. 21
- Symphony begins 80th season Sept. 20
- Vikings bar Adrian Peterson from team activities
- Mr. Green Car: A car from your printer
- Candle Crest owners to open their first store and manufacturing operation in Rockford
- DuPont ordered to pay $1.85M for killing trees
- Rockford hosts America’s largest World War II-era re-enactment Sept. 20-21
- Guest Column: Former alderman: Rail station should be on Cedar Street
Dorothy Paige-Turner, Between Planes perform at Tempo Bistro Lounge Feb. 23
Over the years, Dorothy Paige-Turner and Ron Holm have collaborated on a variety of exciting musical projects. Their first was the Between Planes Emery Christiansen album, which won critical acclaim in national distribution. Last September, Dorothy was a featured performer in the Ethnic Heritage Museum’s Jazz and Blues Festival at Rockford’s Sullivan Center. Ron directed the house band, and Between Planes musical partner Janel Nelson anchored keyboards.
From 7 to 10 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 23, Dorothy, Ron, Janel and drummer Ken Druetzler will recreate the festival energy with a program of jazz and blues at Tempo Italian Bistro Lounge, Best Western Clock Tower, 7801 E. State St. Admission is $5, and wonderful cuisine and beverages are available in a lovely room with stage and dance floor.
From the Feb. 20-26, 2013, issue