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Audio | February 4, 2011
With the Green Bay Packers playing in the Super Bowl this Sunday, people all over Wisconsin will be watching football. And where there’s football, there’s another fine Wisconsin tradition — beer.
Audio | January 17, 2011
In honor of Martin Luther King Day, we asked Madison’s poet laureate, Fabu, to share some of her own memories of Dr. King, and some of her poetry.
Audio | December 21, 2010
You might not know it, but Wisconsin is part of a modern medieval kingdom called Northshield. It’s one of nineteen such kingdoms worldwide, created and run by the Society for Creative Anachronism, or S. C. A.
Audio | December 3, 2010
This week, The Cave of the Mounds in southwestern Wisconsin holds its annual Caroling in the Cave concert.
Audio | November 24, 2010
Wisconsin writer Jerry Apps was born and raised on a small farm in Waushara County, Wisconsin. For more than sixty years, he's never missed a hunting season - not since he was 12 years old.
Audio | October 12, 2010
Today, a visit to a place some members of the Ojibwe nation call the heart of the Lac Du Flambeau. Strawberry Island has been sacred to the Ojibwe for several hundred years, but it's also rumored to be haunted.
Audio | July 2, 2010
Mosquitoes in Wisconsin may be as big as small birds, but that doesn't stop a lot of us from stripping down to shorts and tank tops once the weather gets warm. All that exposed skin has commentator Harriet Brown thinking about tattoos.
Audio | June 18, 2010
Father's Day is coming up this weekend, and that's got commentator Alex Gee thinking back to the very first days of his daughter's life.  
Audio | June 11, 2010
The fifth annual Steel Bridge Songfest takes place this weekend in Sturgeon Bay. It’s a collection of performances to benefit the rehabilitation of the Michigan Street Steel Bridge.
Audio | May 27, 2010
It's graduation time for students across Wisconsin. For some, it's the end of a long road for others, a door to a new life.

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