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The Braided Life: Las Trenzas de Quetzali

The connection between a grandmother and her granddaughter — and mother and daughter — is special, especially when it’s bound ...

The Hello Girls Of WWI: Heroes On The Front Lines

Way before cell phones, there were these things called telephones. And in the early days, a telephone call required a ...

Valders Couple Raise Coopworth Long Wool Sheep, Run 1920s Woolen Mill

Nestled in a valley by Valders is the Hidden Valley Farm & Woolen Mill. Five hundred and fifty head of ...

Stitching A Niche With Stoles

White, green, purple, red. Melinda Halom knows her church colors and the corresponding seasons. Halom is a part-time pastor at ...

Wisconsin 101: Door County Bookmobile

Bookmobiles have long dotted Wisconsin’s roadways and parking lots. The state has a long history of bringing books and movies ...

Newton Man’s Journey to Honor a Forgotten Daughter of Wisconsin Executed by Hitler: Mildred Fish-Harnack

Mildred Fish-Harnack was a Milwaukee-born, University of Wisconsin-Madison graduate and the only American woman executed on the direct orders of ...

Wild Rice Harvest Tradition Passed Down To Youth

Wild rice, or manoomin, is a staple food among Ojibwe tribes that lies at the center of their time on ...

Arbor Vitae Bookbinder Keeping Centuries Old Tradition Alive

Ask Florian Bieschke if he reads books and he laughs, "You betcha! That's my form of entertainment. I'm not fond ...

New Berlin Artist Turns Text Into Art

Nina Ghanbarzadeh understands the power of words. "You can elevate someone with your words. You can crush someone with your ...

First Day of School

“First Day of School” is an animated version of the story written by Jo Shaffer describing the dreadful anxieties that ...

Puppet Maker Holds the Strings on Hobby Turned Livelihood

When Ken Vogel started making puppets in the 1970s, he didn’t actually believe he would still be making them to ...

‘I Would Do Anything For Them’: Siblings Reflect On Separation

Family separation can be extremely traumatic, especially for children. At Camp To Belong-Wisconsin in Plymouth, brothers and sisters who have ...

Middleton Teen Using Indian Classical Dance To Help Others

Shruti Parthasarathy is a dancer from Middleton, Wisconsin. She practices Bharatanatyam, an Indian classical dance form that originated in southern ...

Sawmill Workers Use Unique Sign Language To “Talk” On Noisy Mill Floor

Sawmills are loud places. Menominee Tribal Enterprises in Neopit is no exception. Talking across the mill floor is nearly impossible ...