For most people, paper is paper. It brings the news or carries a message. Paper may contain art, but in the form of a drawing or a story or music notes on a sheet.
Main Street in Medford looks like any other rural Wisconsin community. It’s home to the Taylor County Courthouse and is surrounded by farm country. So, maybe it’s not surprise that when you walk into Lisa Kopp’s class at Medford High School, you’ll find baby chickens, a rabbit and possibly other farm animals.
When the United States declared war on Germany in April 1917, millions of young men across the country lined up to enlist and serve in what they believed would be the “war to end all wars.” One of those men was 21 year-old J.
Wisconsin Life host Angela Fitzgerald heads to Brule River State Forest to embark on a canoe trip down the waterway. With over 40,000 acres of land, the Douglas County state forest encompasses the entire 44 miles of the Bois Brule River within its boundaries.
If you go out to a frozen lake at this time of year, chances are good you’ll see a guy out there ice fishing. But ice fishing isn’t just for men.
Johnathan Dye calls out to folks, “We got free pie samples folks! You’re gonna hurt my feelings if you don’t try my pie, c’mon.” He lures in customers at a local farmers’ market in Milwaukee.
A short, animated movie is getting lots of buzz on the film festival circuit this fall. It’s made in Milwaukee, and its main character is the iconic Hoan Bridge. The yellow and blue bridge soars over the Port of Milwaukee and Summerfest, connecting the south side to downtown.