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Finding Stillness In The Storm: Family Camping In The Best And Worst Of Times

Taking the kids camping usually sounds like a great idea, until it’s not. Author BJ Hollars brings us a story ...

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 ...

Starship Robots Keep Hungry UW-Madison Students Fed

If you've been to Madison sometime in the past year, chances are you've seen them — stout strangers from a ...

It ‘Looks Like A Square Root Symbol’: How Pepin County Got Its Shape

Dunn County in western Wisconsin once had access to the Mississippi River. Its early boundary held for four years until ...

How To Make Methunky, The Beloved Czech ‘Sauerkraut Cookie’

In northeastern Wisconsin, there’s a mysterious and beloved snack called methunky. With humble ingredients  — flour, salt, cracklings and sauerkraut ...

A Mother And Daughter Friendly Debate: Is There A Place For Macaroni In Chili?

A love of chili and a friendly mother-daughter debate over whether to add macaroni prompted this WHYsconsin question from the daughter ...

Wisconsin 101: Jolly Good Soda

What’s the first drink you think of when you hear the crack and fizz of a can opening? A Pepsi? ...

‘Do Your Job’: A Lesson From The Dane County Juvenile Detention Center

When we're at work, we all have a number of roles - we can take on other jobs - wear ...

For 30 Years, Her Ice Cream Truck Was The Sound Of Wausau’s Summer

The days are shorter in September and the nights are cooler. Not as many people feel like buying ice cream. ...

Meet The Nine-Year-Old Entrepreneur Behind Kyric’s Lemonade

One of the quintessential summer activities for kids is setting up a lemonade stand. You can find them all over ...

My Mother’s Tea: Skepticism And Love Of Family Traditions

Many of us grow up questioning our parents’ methods and traditions, only to find ourselves embracing them later in life. ...

Wisconsin 101: Pasties

Imagine this: It’s early morning in a small Wisconsin town about a century ago. The sun hasn’t risen, but parents ...

No Rubber-Roni Here: Holmen’s Student-Grown Cafeteria Food Defies School Lunch Stereotypes

The only time Holmen High School junior Gracie Kromke is exposed to the stereotypical bad lunch — rubber-roni, slapping food ...

Who Are Tom And Jerry And Why Are They A Cocktail?

It seems that every season has its cocktails. When the temperature drops and the snow piles up, people want a ...

Minocqua Thrift Shop Known As ‘Macy’s Of The North’

Winona Carufel of Lac du Flambeau navigates her cart through the St. Matthias Thrift Shop with a stuffed white horse ...