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Milwaukee childcare center celebrates the lessons and joy of Ramadan

Muslims all over the world recently wrapped up the holy month of Ramadan, including at the Crescent Learning Center, an ...

‘Community gratitude’: Lessons learned on the road to cancer recovery

Taking notice and being thankful for the family and community we have around us often occurs when we’re facing our ...

A semi-pro football team that always drew a crowd: The Little Chute Flying Dutchmen

Little Chute is known for its Dutch heritage. A lesser known fact about the northeastern village is that it was ...

From The World’s Largest Six-Pack To The Hodag: A Tour Of Wisconsin’s Roadside Attractions

Author Eric Dregni has been a keen observer of roadside attractions for years. He recently wrote the book “The Impossible ...

What’s The Scoop On The Origin Of The Culver’s Franchise?

Just about everyone in Wisconsin is familiar with Culver’s. Whether it’s the cheese curds, the custard or the ButterBurgers that draw ...

Human Powered: Building Community Through Architecture

Arijit Sen is an architecture professor at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He’s lived all over the world, from Mumbai, India ...

Human Powered: ‘Color-Brave’ Shows Complexity, Beauty Of People Of Color In Fox Valley

In 2018, a photo exhibit opened at the Paine Art Center in Oshkosh. “The Color-Brave Photo Project: Black and Brown ...

Human Powered: Community Gardens In Green Bay Fight Food Insecurity, Empower Cultures

Across Wisconsin, there are people struggling to access healthy and culturally appropriate foods. It’s a complex issue that some communities, ...

Calling The Crops: Finding Solace In Fruits And Vegetables

As the coronavirus pandemic has left more people stuck inside, a yearning to get back to nature has flourished. This ...

Human Powered: Preserving Stories From Wisconsin’s Floods

In recent years, Wisconsin's Driftless Region has experienced some of the most severe flooding in its history. The new podcast from ...

‘Portrait of Manitowoc’ Encourages Residents To See Themselves And Their Community’s Diversity

It’s give and take when Sonia Vasquez starts a painting. The Manitowoc native creates rich portraits in the classical tradition. ...

When Wisconsin United Against The Polio Virus

Decades before COVID-19, there was an epidemic story with a happy ending. During the 20th century, Americans pulled together to ...

The Heist In Ripon Fosters A Creative Community

There’s a place in Ripon that’s providing a space for musicians and artists to get as creative as they want ...

Who Was Leonard Schmitt, The Man Who Ran Against Joseph McCarthy?

In 1952, Leonard Schmitt ran against controversial Senator Joseph McCarthy on the Republican ticket in Wisconsin...and lost. We recently received ...

Charles Sheppard, Who Helped Hundreds Of Homeless Vets In Milwaukee, Dies Of COVID-19 At 61

Charles Sheppard of Milwaukee found his calling in helping fellow veterans. Tragically, he died from COVID-19 in June. He's one ...