Lots of people love their Harleys. Frank Latta loved his motorcycle so much that he took it with him to war aboard the American submarine Lagarto during the Second World War. Writer Meg Jones tells us the story of the Harley that may still be at the bottom of the ocean.
For some people, rain is the chance to hunker down indoors. For others, rain is something to enjoy outdoors. Crystal Chan grew up with a rain-loving mother who encouraged her kids not to come inside when the rain drops fell but to go outside. Chan still loves rain to this day.
There are many things to love about summer. The best may be the berries – strawberries, blueberries, raspberries. Helene Phelps tells us about the summer berries that make her winters so much more bearable.
Anna Vogelzang has always been musical. She trained as an opera singer and has found success as a singer-songwriter and music teacher in Madison. Vogelzang tells us about the songwriting challenge that helped her develop her latest album.
Music has always been a part of life for Joe Vosen. When the idea came to him to write a musical, it just seemed like a natural thing to do. Vosen embarked on what would become a two-year musical adventure.