Last night, Gov. Tony Evers announced an executive advisory urging Wisconsinites to stay home as COVID-19 cases surge throughout the state. What can we do to protect ourselves and our communities during this new spike? Today, we spend the hour with Dr. Malia Jones and Dr. Amanda Simanek—two of the experts behind the popular public […]
Make your holiday shopping season historic at the Society’s Friends and Family Sale! Shoppers will receive up to 40% off more than 100 Wisconsin Historical Society Press books by well-known Wisconsin authors as well as on gifts, historic images, gift memberships, and much more at this special sale only available on-site at Society Headquarters. Don’t […]
Cave of the Mounds welcomes Mambo Blue, a Latin jazz quintet performing salsa repertoire of jazz standards (and maybe a few holiday tunes) featuring Vince Jesse (guitar), Paul Muench (piano), John Mesoloras (bass), Roberto Rengel (percussion), and Jim Huwe (drums). Mambo Blue will be performing inside the cave while guests sample holiday cocktails along the […]
Stop by DAIS anytime between noon and 6pm for a Giving Tree, hot cocoa, cookie decorating and entertainment. If you’d like to contribute to the Giving Tree, we are accepting Gift Cards to Target or Walmart in $25 increments and invite you to write your name on an ornament to hang on our tree in […]
On today’s Thanksgiving edition, Allen hosts his annual fireside chat with Will Williams, Vietnam veteran and activist with Veterans for Peace. They discuss the origins of Thanksgiving and what it means to be grateful year-round.
Today’s episode is a rebroadcast from December 25, 2017. To celebrate food festivities and the holiday season, Monday host Patty Peltekos speaks with food writer Michael Ruhlman. He’s the author of Grocery: The Buying and Selling of Food in America, which explores the miraculous nature of the modern grocery store.