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Celebrate peanut butter and jelly, the food world’s most perfect combination.
We’re halfway through November, which is Peanut Butter Lovers’ Month. So grab a jar of your favorite jelly and start spreading!
The one-man show “Every Brilliant Thing” continues with a 2:30 p.m. matinee today at the Sixth Street Theatre, 318 Sixth St., in Downtown Racine. In the play, a young boy lists all of the brilliant things that make life worth living, in an effort to help his depressed mom. Tickets are $16.50 at
Looking for live music today? Cy’s Piano Jam is 4 to 7 p.m. at Union Park Tavern, 4520 Eighth Ave. No cover.
At Carthage College, the school’s Philharmonic Orchestra plays a free concert. 1 p.m. in Siebert Chapel. Reserve tickets at
Also today, Josh Garside-Meyers plays a jazz recital at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside. The drummer will be joined by Russ Johnson on trumpet, James Sodke on piano and Ben Holt on upright bass. 3 p.m. Admission is free but tickets must be reserved in advance online at Masks are required for everyone.
Tune in tonight: They’re talking turkey in the one-off culinary competition “Battle for the Bird.” With hosts Carson Kressley and chef Anne Burrell. 9 p.m., Food Network

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Officials are keeping a close eye on the Kyle Rittenhouse trial, with Gov. Tony Evers calling up the Wisconsin National Guard and local law enforcement saying they are continuing to monitor. 

Kyle Rittenhouse’s defense team has tried again, unsuccessfully, to get a charge for possession of a dangerous weapon by a minor dropped. 
Kenosha Police on Monday afternoon identified the victim of a fatal shooting early Sunday morning in the 600 block of 57th Street.
A 35-year-old Wheatland woman faces a felony charge after she allegedly threatened to kill a Kenosha County Circuit Court judge.
A man who survived being shot by Kyle Rittenhouse described raising his handgun toward the Antioch, Ill., teenager after watching him shoot an…
A 27-year-old Kenosha man faces a felony charge after he allegedly struck a Kenosha Police officer in the face at the scene of a fatal shootin…

Answering the question “Can someone claim self-defense while committing another crime?” is sometimes yes, sometimes no.
PLEASANT PRAIRIE – Police issued citations for disorderly conduct to two drivers following a fight that broke out in the middle of Bain Statio…

The lead attorney defending Kyle Rittenhouse in court this month was told as a kid in Racine by a counselor that he “was the most likely student to end up in prison.” That attorney, Mark Richards, excels at keeping his clients out of prison.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation is notifying motorists of an upcoming full closure of Highway 31 near Pleasant Prairie in Kenosha County.
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