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Audio | April 21, 2017
For many years, Sagashus Levingston felt like she was faking motherhood. The women she knew looked nothing like the mothers in books and on TV, and she felt like she was constantly failing to live up to what other people thought she should be. Rather than keep trying to change, though, Levingston decided to change the story with a group she called Infamous Mothers.
Audio | April 12, 2017
The calendar might say spring but our climate begs to differ. Katie Venit has learned to appreciate even the little hints of spring.
Grosman Trees
Video | January 18, 2017
John and Kate Grosman created their own unique variation of a “family tree".
Audio | October 26, 2016
Childhood isn’t easy for kids or their parents. But writer Andrew Patrie has found that some of the challenges are created by adults rather than kids.
Audio | April 15, 2016
In Ozaukee and Sheboygan Counties, a "bookmobile" makes stops in small towns and rural areas loaded with about 4500 rotating books and media. It’s the Eastern Shores Library System bookmobile. Producer Nancy Camden went for a ride for the day.
Audio | April 15, 2016
Many of us were forced to play sports as a child. Crystal Chan’s parents signed her up for tee-ball. One disastrous outing led to a change of plans.
Audio | February 8, 2016
Miss Elizabeth came to Milwaukee from Liberia in 2007. She knew no English. She’d never really even gone to school.
Audio | February 8, 2016
Maria Huerta came to Milwaukee from Mexico with her husband. She knew no English but soon started classes at Journey House in Milwaukee. 
Audio | December 25, 2015
The year my older son started kindergarten—our third in Wisconsin—I learned about St. Nick’s Day.
Audio | September 4, 2015
The first time I experienced wonder was on my first day in kindergarten.

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