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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.
October 28, 2015
A Door County goat farmer, a scenic trailblazer and author Patrick Rothfuss share their unique Wisconsin lives in this episode.
June 24, 2015
You can learn a lot about people by seeing how they play games. I’m not the first person to say so, but I’ve probably spent more time testing the idea than most. 
May 20, 2015
The landscape of childhood covers everything from playgrounds and vacant lots to woods and parks. Mike Paulus tells us about finding his roots in a wide open space in Eau Claire.
March 25, 2015
Video games like Call of Duty have become entertainment juggernauts, attracting millions of fans around the world. They come for the challenge, for the thrill, and for the storytelling.
March 20, 2015
Eagle River claims it’s the Hockey Capital of Wisconsin. Every year, more than 300 teams descend on the town to compete in the Pond Hockey Championship.
March 13, 2015
Long after the snow melts, the snowshoes stay out and in use in Lake Tomahawk. For more than fifty years, snowshoe baseball has attracted crowds to weekly games.
Marcy at the Holler House
March 11, 2015
Tucked inside the basement of a neighborhood bar in southwest Milwaukee, you'll find the oldest bowling alley in the country. The Holler House has been welcoming customers for over 100 years and hasn't changed much in that time.
June 27, 2014
Racquetball is a relatively new sport. Combining squash and handball, it was only invented in the 1950s. Milwaukee hosted the sport’s first national tournament in the late 1960s. Seth Jovaag introduces us to one of Wisconsin’s top players.
May 12, 2014
Dave Cieslewicz’s family introduced him as a young boy to the game of Sheepshead. The complicated card game bonded the men in his family together; and years later, Cieslewicz carries on the card game tradition with his Wisconsin friends.

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