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  • Culture & History
March 30, 2015
After growing up in St. Louis, I wanted to settle down somewhere smaller. I liked Midwestern college towns, so I narrowed the choices to Ann Arbor, Michigan, and Madison, Wisconsin.
Ice statue in Superior
  • Science & Nature
  • The Arts
February 4, 2015
A Minnesota man has been trying to break the Guinness Book of World Records for the tallest ice sculpture at Barker’s Island in Superior.
stand-up comedy mic
  • The Arts
January 27, 2015
A high school senior details his first time standing behind the mic.
Cigar box guitars
  • The Arts
November 24, 2014
For most of his adult life Bruce Lee Rose has been making traditional string instruments at his home in Neenah. A serious accident to his right hand, however, changed his life.
  • Culture & History
  • The Arts
November 24, 2014
More than a half a century ago, Dudley Birder came to Green Bay as a young professor at St. Norbert College. Now in his late 80s, Dudley still holds a place in the heart of the Green Bay music community.
Artist
  • The Arts
November 24, 2014
Tyanna Buie is a Milwaukee collage artist who explores her troubled childhood through her art. With her father out of the picture, and her mother and other relatives in jail, Tyanna used art as an escape as a child.
  • The Arts
  • Wisconsin Originals
November 17, 2014
Cartoonist Lynda Barry has made a career out of putting life on paper. A Wisconsin native, she has returned to the state and now conducts drawing workshops with people of all ages and backgrounds at the University of Wisconsin Madison.
  • Culture & History
  • Wisconsin Originals
November 3, 2014
For the past 40+ years, Bill Galinsky has been involved in designing, making, and repairing clocks.  From the harvesting, sawing and drying of his own lumber, to carving and assembling each clock by hand, he creates some of the most unique cl
  • Culture & History
October 31, 2014
“All Hallows’ Eve,” or Halloween, was originally a religious celebration. In Mexico on Nov. 1st and 2nd, Day of the Dead is observed.
  • Culture & History
  • The Arts
  • Wisconsin Originals
October 30, 2014
Drive almost anywhere in Shawano County, and you’ll encounter barn quilts: plywood squares painted like quilt blocks and hung on old barns.

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