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Madison musician connects with his heritage and father by archiving Ho-Chunk recordings

Clint Greendeer is a Madison-based musician and member of the Ho-Chunk Nation. A few years ago, his family member found ...

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 ...

Finding Yourself With The Neighborhood Crew: A Story From Ex Fabula

As a kid, knocking around the neighborhood with your friends can be a formative time. The experiences from those years ...

Cloud Eating: The Power Of Homemade Tortillas

Many of us have strong memories tied to making food with our families. Writer Araceli Esparza shares a poem about ...

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 ...

Greek Fest Plus Celebrates Food, Community & Heritage

On Madison’s near east side, the final weekend in July is rung in with bouzouki music and baklava-fueled joy. Assumption ...

Waadookodaading: The Ojibwe Language Immersion School

The Ojibwe language was nearly lost due to forced assimilation through federally-run boarding schools and policies. Today, communities around the ...

Madeline Island Chamber Music

Madeline Island is a place of wild beauty. On any given day you can hear the sound of Lake Superior ...

The Guide For White Women Who Teach Black Boys

White women make up 70% of the teachers in Wisconsin. In Fond du Lac, the percentage is even higher in ...

Milwaukee’s Long History of Cultural Festivals

Festival season unofficially kicks off in Milwaukee this weekend. Thousands of people will flock to the Henry Maier Festival Park ...

One Man’s Passion For Petroleum

The gas station. It’s a familiar place, but when you’re filling your tank, how often do you stop and think ...

A Wisconsin Bar on a Minnesota Road

The Wabegon Bar in Superior is firmly in Wisconsin. But you can only get there from Minnesota. Rich Kremer went ...

Wisconsin’s First Bicycle Ambassador

On bike paths, city streets, and even on ice, bicycles seem ubiquitous in Wisconsin. The first bicycling boom hit the ...

Lac Du Flambeau Youth Compete In Traditional Ojibwe Winter Games

Dallas Hart, an 8th Grader at Lac du Flambeau Public School, joins his classmates for the annual Ojibwe Winter Games, a ...