Jen Rubin grew up in her father’s electronics store on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. In 1977, the largest blackout in U.S. history plunged all of New York City into darkness. Looters ran rampant, smashing Leon Rubin’s window and stealing most of his merchandise. The next day, Leon put up a sign, reading “We Are Staying.” […]
It was June 28th, 1969, in the early morning hours when police began a surprise raid on the Stonewall Inn in New York. But the arrests didn’t go as planned when people started to fight back, which sparked the movement for LGBT rights in America known as the Stonewall Riots. Now in June, almost 50 […]
In this 4-week class participants will learn how to find, shape and present stories. You can bring an existing story to shape or find a new story from your life. We will discuss the five main elements to a story and how to discover them. By learning dynamic storytelling elements, you will gain the tools […]
The country woke up to a rude awakening Monday morning after Sunday’s spring forward into Daylight Saving Time. In this week’s edition of “To Be Honest,” hosts Sarah Hopefl and Eli Radtke sit down and unwind the mysteries and reasons for the time-shift.
Mine for gemstones and explore a lead mine inside the Museum! Join us for a tasting of yummy pasties provided by Myles’s Teddywedgers starting at 10am. Food will be served while supplies last. WHI Image ID 9026
Learn about Wisconsin’s lake lurkers and create new monster creatures of your own! WHI Image ID 81965