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Accordion Is All In The Family

Lifelong musician Ruth Marty still remembers the first song she learned to play. Her father taught her on accordion. “He ...

Woodworking Elves in La Crosse Brighten Holidays For Children In Need

Wooden toys are a timeless classic that have appeared under Christmas trees for generations. However, in today’s high-tech world of ...

Drum Maker Is Also Community Leader, Environmentalist And Student Of Nature

You’ll find Dylan Jennings out in the woods in all seasons. Hunting and gathering the way his ancestors did centuries ...

A Farmer’s Touching Tribute To His Late Wife Goes Viral

Take a late summer drive on State Road 85 in Eau Claire County and odds are one of nature’s most ...

Janesville Man Fulfills Passion, Scores Films and Television

Matthew Hollingsworth is breaking the stereotype that you must work and live in Hollywood to make a living scoring film ...

Hmong Parents Help Bridge The Culture Gap for Hmong Kids

For many years, academic achievement for Hmong students in the Madison area seemed fine. But many parents were doubtful about ...

Medford Teacher Brings The Farm To The Classroom

Main Street in Medford looks like any other rural Wisconsin community. It’s home to the Taylor County Courthouse and is ...

Milwaukee Love Letter Project Delivers A Positive Message

“Try to be rainbows in someone’s cloud.” – Maya Angelou Milwaukee’s Katrina Lord considers herself a cheerful person. “I think ...

The Scariest Place In Wisconsin

Places we think of as scary, often acquire that reputation over long periods of time, or from simple neglect. The ...

Milwaukee Couple Makes Cross Country Trip To Rescue A Blind Bulldog

Cassidy Kraus and her boyfriend Brett Weyers love dogs. Together they live with a blind pit bull named Sotiras, or ...

Rhinelander Musician Learns It’s Never Too Late To Chase His Dreams

Rhinelander musician Paco Fralick knows it’s never too late to follow your dreams. “I think I'm a late comer, you ...

St. Cloud Farmer Unlocks Secrets To Growing Giant Pumpkins

Round the corner when arriving at the Sippel farm and you might hear a rooster crowing in the distance or ...

Madison Artist Uses The Medium Of Glass To Explore Language

In a balmy lab on the campus of UW-Madison, a number of students are finishing up their art projects for ...

A Young Organist Plays A Madison Gem

The two-story-tall pipes of the concert organ in Madison’s Overture Center for the Arts were designed especially for the space, ...

Wisconsin Life #601: “Off to the Races”

Wisconsin Life host Angela Fitzgerald is off to the races as she explores the Crandon International Raceway. Home of the ...