Next Episode:10thirtysix travels to a ginseng farm in Central Wisconsin that centers around a courageous journey to America. We then take you to a local high school where they're taking on the broadcasting world. And we'll head to Wauwatosa and hear from a chocolatier who makes social justice one of his key ingredients.
Thursday, August 16th at 9:00 pm
We attend the Milwaukee Area Technical College's Car Show fundraising and awareness event. We meet with Victor Huke, publisher of El Conquistador, as his Bilingual Latino newspaper celebrates its 20th anniversary. Timothy Muth, Attorney for The American Civil Liberties Union of Wisconsin, talks about the County Sheriff's support of ICE, Immigration Customs Enforcement.Thursday, September 13th at 9:00 pm
John and the crew finally make it to the very northern tip of Wisconsin. Bayfield sticks out into what is by volume the largest freshwater lake in North America the third largest in the world! That's why it's called Superior did you know that? (Yes, we learned that from John Gurda.)
Thursday, August 16th at 7:00 pm
Black Nouveau talks with tennis legends James Blake and Brandon Currie. We also interview Dr. Keith Posley, the Interim Superintendent of MPS, and follow DJ Homer Blow at "work and play."Thursday, September 6th at 9:00 pm
Dan Small talks to UW-Extension natural resources educator, John Haack about lakeshore habitat restoration and monitoring. Deb Wolniak looks at accessible fishing piers on Lake Winnebago. In part six of the Mother Earth News Fair series, John Holzwart shares tips for turning front lawns into edible landscapes. And Lewis & Clark, two Syrian brown bears, celebrate their birthdays at Shalom Wildlife Sanctuary.Thursday, August 16th at 9:30 pm
Next Episode:The Arts Page gives you an insider's look at the art along Wisconsin Avenue in Milwaukee. For the second year, Sculpture Milwaukee puts world-class art on display downtown. Plus, project director Marilu Knode delves into the details of these 21 sculptures. Finally, explore Wisconsin Avenue's most cherished treasure—the Milwaukee Art Museum—through the eyes of its senior conservator Jim DeYoung.
Thursday, August 23rd at 9:00 pm
We learn students in the Culinary Arts program at Milwaukee Area Technical College (MATC) want to transform themselves into culinary professionals. Step into the kitchen labs as they learn the basics--from how to hold their knife, to knife cuts, to egg cookery.
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