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Audio | November 18, 2016
Ron Weber made his first drive as a teenager with his brothers. His brothers have since passed away but Weber is still driving deer.
Museum Of Yesteryear
Video | November 17, 2016
A visit to the Chudnow Museum of Yesteryear is trip back in time. A nineteenth century Milwaukee home has been converted into a collection of shops from the 1920s and 1930s full of merchandise from that era.  It's the culmination of Abe Chudnow's lifelong passion for collecting items from his youth, now lovingly displayed in a museum founded by his children.
Wisconsin Life #409: “Making Magic”
Video | November 16, 2016
Meet a classically trained cellist who’s putting a modern spin on music, a blogger who’s exposing dishonest business practices, a mathematics-inspired furniture maker, a man who holds the key to an incredible collection of artifacts, and a highly skilled Magic: The Gathering competitor.
Audio | November 16, 2016
There are many reasons to hunt. For Mike Paulus, part of the appeal is the quiet.
Audio | November 11, 2016
There are few things that Green Bay fans like better than to show their Packer Pride at road games. Whether we’re invading Soldier Field or mixing it up with Saints fans under the freeway near the Superdome, we Packer fans travel well.  
Veterans in an acting class
Video | November 10, 2016
A Shakespeare therapy program at Zablocki VA hospital in Milwaukee that helps treat veterans suffering from PTSD.
Wisconsin Life #408: “Creative Origins”
Video | November 9, 2016
Meet the UW-Barron Rube Goldberg team, a muskie fisherman, a body artist from Madison, and a Shakespeare therapy program for veterans.
Audio | November 9, 2016
Raised beadwork was once widely practiced by the Iroquois but the art form had declined precipitously in the mid-20th century. But since the 1990s, native artists have made a major effort to keep the tradition alive. I went to meet two Oneida artists, Rebecca Webster, and her teacher, Loretta Webster, at an exhibit of their work in Madison.
Audio | November 4, 2016
Imagine your spouse doesn’t know you anymore. All the moments you shared, gone. Leota Ester tells us about the community that provided the support and stability that both she and her husband needed.
Philippe Coquard
Video | November 3, 2016
Philippe Coquard arrived in Wisconsin in 1984 as a French exchange student with 500 years of family tradition riding on his shoulders.  Thirty years later he has parlayed that experience into a career at Wollersheim Winery where he has made a life for himself and his family at one of the most successful Midwest wineries.

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